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1. Bio-Digestor - Immunity promoter and a biopesticide.The big tank is Fermentation tank which gathers dairy animals excrement(dung, urine) alongside weeds like Parthenium, lantana, Calotropis gigantea and more alongside therapeutic plants like neem, amla, Justicia adhatoda. This is permitted to decompose for 30 days. After that, it connected to filter channels and into the small gathering tank. The solution can be utilized both as a foliar or by means of Soil application. Cost of burrowing the pits, solid rings with a solid base, putting and four days wages of two ranch help - Rs 5,000. 

2. Fertigation is a procedure which applies natural development promoters and characteristic composts through water system water straightforwardly to the root zone. Resistance promoters, for example, amrit pani, panchgavyaa, biopesticide and more blended with water system water is directed through this reused plastic stockpiling barrel to the fundamental pipeline. This is a controlled strategy for applying compost contingent upon the harvest and spares labour. 

Cost - Recycled drum and half day wage 

3. Vermi Wash - Recycled plastic barrel with broken blocks, sand, local soil, dairy animals excrement, earthworms and straw. This is left for 15 days. From there on 5 litres of water is brought into this vermicompost which washes intense full scale and small scale supplements." 

Cost - Recycled plastic barrel and cost of one day work rest inputs are INSITU


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