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The word Dashparni Ark contains two different words: ‘Dasha’ means ‘ten’ and ‘parana’ means the plant or tree leaf. ‘Extracts’ means to remove the juice. It is a natural pesticide, which can be used on any crop and vegetable plants or fruit trees. Due to the high amount of urea in Dashparni Ark,  worm and insects do not attack crops, plants and buds. Due to nectar and aroma, Worm and insects are attracted to plants, they are away from plants due to the scorching and bad odour of Dashparni Ark, and by which plants can be protected.

This mixture can be made easily by the farmers at home.

Required materials for Dashparni Ark:

1. Extracts, Nirguna, Gudhal, Kaner, Neem, Ghanari, Sitaf, Arand, Papaya leaves 2 kg.

2. Cow dung 3-4 kg

3. Cow urine 2-3 litres.

4. Water 200 litres.

Preparation method:

Step 1:

ake 200 litres of water in a tank and then put 2 kg leaves of ten types of plants in the equal amount. After this, add 5 litres cow urine and 5 kg cow dung to the submerged leaves and mix this mixture well.

Step 2:

Leave the prepared mixture for 5 days. Put 5-7 litres water in the mixture on 6th day and mix all the ingredients in the tank well.

 Step 3:

Leave this mixture for 1 month. When the time is over, filter out this mixture and use it.

Preparation time:

1 month


4 month.


Insecticide can be applied as a foliar-spray.

Pay attention:

1. Mix 125 ml insecticides with 10 litres water.

2. Use 2.5 litres of pesticide with 200 litres of water for one hectare.

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh, M.Sc.(Bio-Chemistry), Content writer, Self Shiksha, Lcoatips, Candidviews, Quikpills and Former Research Director at NEEW


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