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Ways to control deficiencies of all 18 essential elements

Method 1:
Boil 9 types of leaves
Boil it for 3 times. Make it cool to normal temperature
Filter it and spray it in 1:10 ratio. 1 litre with 10litre water

Method 2:
A healthy green leaf contains all nutrients. Healthy green leaf is the solution for all deficiencies. Take healthy green leaf soak in any liquid fertilisers like sour buttermilk, jeevamrut and mix in the soil. Microbes eat the leaf and release all nutrients to the soil. Note, jeevamrut will not supply nutrients supplies healthy microbes only. Microbes need food( mulch)  to survive. Microbes eat food and excrete nutrients.

a)      Tamarind leaves are the rich source of zinc.
b)      Hibiscus leaves contain copper.
c)      Curry leaf, drumstick leaf, or any other leafy greens contain iron.
d)      Arka leaves contain boron.(helps in getting female flowers in gourds)
e)      All types of flowers contain molybdenum.
f)       Indian Mallow contains calcium.
g)      Gingelly or mustard plants contain sulphur.
h)      Lady's finger plant contain iodine.
i)       Lantana camara, Casuarina, or bamboo contain silica.
j)       Ipomoea carnea, Basil contains mercury.
k)      Gliricidia contains nitrogen

As per the composting experts
a)      Banana peel has calcium, magnesium, sulphur, phosphates, potassium, sodium and phosphoric acid.
b)      Coffee/Tea Grounds have more nitrogen.
c)      Egg Shells have more Calcium.
d)      Onion Peels have Sulfur and antioxidants. But gives smell and attract pests.
e)      Citrus peels have Potash. Repel pests.But use peels after soaking at-least 1 night in water. Spray the water on plants to repel pests and peels to compost.
f)       Carrot tops are excellent suppliers of manganese.
g)      Chicken manure has Iron.
h)      Kitchen wastes, Seaweed contains molybdenum, Copper.
i)       Sawdust, Coconut fibre contains Baron.
j)       Chickweed contains copper, boron, zinc, phosphorus, iron.
k)      Wood ash adds potash, some phosphorus.
l)       Nettle (stinging) plant contains iron, phosphorus.

All the plants will have and capacity to acquire and store all the micronutrients. But the above plants have a more holding capacity of specific micronutrient due to their inherent quality. The green leaf sprayings after fermentation will release their core quality which will benefit the recipient. Hence if we create the congenial atmosphere for the plant to receive the food the deficiencies will be balanced.

Sixteen plant sustenance supplements are fundamental for appropriate harvest improvement. Each is similarly imperative to the plant, yet each is required in inconceivably extraordinary sums. These distinctions have prompted the gathering of these basic components into three classifications; essential (full scale) supplements, auxiliary supplements, and micronutrients. 


Essential (large scale) supplements are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. They are the most regularly required in a yield preparation program. Likewise, they are required in the best aggregate amount by plants as compost. 


· Necessary for development of amino acids, the building pieces of protein 

· Essential for plant cell division, crucial for plant development 

· Directly engaged with photosynthesis 

· Necessary part of vitamins 

· Aids underway and utilization of starches 

· Affects vitality responses in the plant 


· Involved in photosynthesis, breath, vitality stockpiling and exchange, cell division, and extension 

· Promotes early root arrangement and development 

· Improves nature of organic products, vegetables, and grains 

· Vital to seed arrangement 

· Helps plants survive unforgiving winter conditions 

· Increases water-utilize productivity 

· Hastens development 


· Carbohydrate digestion and the separate and translocation of starches 

· Increases photosynthesis 

· Increases water-utilize productivity 

· Essential to protein blend 

· Important in organic product arrangement 

· Activates catalysts and controls their response rates 

· Improves nature of seeds and organic product 

· Improves winter solidness 

· Increases ailment protection 

Auxiliary NUTRIENTS 

The auxiliary supplements are calcium, magnesium, and sulphur. For most products, these three are required in lesser sums that the essential supplements. They are developing insignificance in trim treatment programs because of more stringent clean air gauges and endeavours to enhance the earth. 


· Utilized for Continuous cell division and arrangement 

· Involved in nitrogen digestion 

· Reduces plant breath 

· Aids translocation of photosynthesis from leaves to fruiting organs 

· Increases organic product set 

· Essential for nut improvement in peanuts 

· Stimulates microbial movement 


· Key component of chlorophyll creation 

· Improves usage and versatility of phosphorus 

· Activator and segment of many plant compounds 

· Directly identified with grass tetany 

· Increases press use in plants 

· Influences earliness and consistency of development 


· Integral piece of amino acids 

· Helps create compounds and vitamins 

· Promotes knob arrangement on vegetables 

· Aids in seed creation 

· Necessary in chlorophyll arrangement (however it isn't one of the constituents) 


The micronutrients are boron, chlorine, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and zinc. These plant sustenance components are utilized as a part of little sums, however, they are similarly as imperative to plant advancement and gainful yield generation as the significant supplements. Particularly, they work "behind the scene" as activators of many plant capacities. 


· Essential for germination of pollen grains and development of dust tubes 

· Essential for seed and cell divider arrangement 

· Promotes development 

· Necessary for sugar translocation 

· Affects nitrogen and sugar 


· Not much data about its capacities 

· Interferes with P take-up 

· Enhances development of little grains on a few soils 


· Catalyzes a few plant forms 

· Major capacity in photosynthesis 

· Major capacity in regenerative stages 

· Indirect part in chlorophyll generation 

· Increases sugar content 

· Intensifies shading 

· Improves kind of products of the soil 


· Promotes arrangement of chlorophyll 

· Acts as an oxygen transporter 

· Reactions including cell division and development 


· Functions as a piece of certain catalyst frameworks 

· Aids in chlorophyll blend 

· Increases the accessibility of P and CA 


· Required to frame the chemical "nitrate reductase" which decreases nitrates to ammonium in plant 

· Aids in the development of vegetable knobs 

· Needed to change over inorganic phosphates to natural structures in the plant 


· Aids plant development hormones and chemical framework 

· Necessary for chlorophyll generation 

· Necessary for starch development 

· Necessary for starch development 

· Aids in seed development 

Notwithstanding the 13 supplements recorded above, plants require carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, which are extricated from air and water to make up the greater part of plant weight.

Additional Supplements
Chloride (Cl) — Until as of late, chloride was believed to be immaterial as a plant supplement. We now know Cl expands trim yields by adjusting insufficiencies and by eliminating numerous infection life forms.

Cobalt (Co) — Although cobalt has not been demonstrated basic for higher plant development, balancing microorganisms require it for settling Nitrogen in legumes.

Vanadium (V) — Although it has not been demonstrated basic for higher plant development, vanadium has been appeared to have a part in plant nourishment and promote yields.

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