Preparation of Jeevamrutha: To get good yield
Jivamrita/jeevamrutha is a fermented microbial culture. It provides nutrients, but most importantly, Jeevamrutha also helps to prevent fungal and bacterial plant diseases.
How to prepare jeevamrutha:
1. Put 200 liters of water in a barrel; Add 10 Kg fresh local cow dung and 5 to 10 liters aged cow urine; Add 2 Kg of Jaggery (a local type of brown sugar), 2 Kg of pulse flour and a handful of soil from the bund of the farm.
2. Stir the solution well and let it ferment for 48 hours in the shade. Now jeevamrutha is ready for application. 200 liters of jeevamruta is sufficient for one acre of land.
Benefits of jeevamrutha: 1. Jevamruth, which boost the plant growth and the plant, gives good yield. 2. It gives resistance against pest and diseases. 3. It increases beneficial organism activity and promotes organic carbon in the soil. 4. Jeevamrutha application: Apply the jeevamrutha to the crops twice a month in the irrigation water or as a 10% foliar spray.
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