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Even just before the “Green Revolution”, people had used natural products like cow dung, cow urine and the composted plant wastes as the supplements for the plant growth. Then the chemical additives came into the use which had its own peak time. With the side effects of these chemicals and the loss of fertility due to the exhaustion of soil nutrients, the scenario has started to reverse with the organic and the natural farming gaining the importance.


Panchagavya is prepared form the 5 products from the cow namely, cow dung, cow urine, milk, curd and ghee. In addition, jaggery, banana and coconut water are also added for enrichment and is fermented. It contains both macro and micro nutrients and also the plant growth hormones like Gibberellic acid and Indole acetic acid. Panchagavya can be used as a growth promoter and insect repellent. It is used as a soil drench or as foliar spray on the saplings and plants. Soil drench once in a month and foliar spray every fortnight will provide the best results. It should be used in the ratio of 1:30 – 1 unit of Panchagavya can be diluted with 30 units water.


Neemastra is prepared from the parts of neem plant by fermenting it. It is used as an immunity booster for the plants. The saplings before transplantation, when dipped its roots in the neemastra and planted will improve the plant immunity. It can be used in the ratio of 1:10 – 1 unit of Neemastra and 10 units of water.


Agniastra is also called as 3G karaisal. It is prepared from Green Chilies, Garlic and Ginger along with other natural ingredients. The pungency of these ingredients will help in warding off the sap sucking insects. Spraying the solution directly on to the affected area will provide best results. It can be used in the ratio of 1:10 – 1unit of Agniastra diluted in 10 units of water.


Brahmastra is a concoction of tobacco leaves and many other ingredients that is fermented for few days. It helps in repelling large caterpillars and pests. Spraying
directly on the infested area provides the best result. It is used in the ratio of 1:10 – 1 unit of Brahmastra and 10 units of water.


Dashaparni is a natural herbicide and pest repellent. It is a concoction prepared by using the native leaves and cow urine which is fermented before use. The filtered solution when applied helps to ward of small maggots that cause damage to the fruits. It is used in the ratio of 1:10 – 1unit of Dashaparni diluted in 10 units of water.

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