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Panchagavya


Panchagavya is a blend of 5 items acquired from the cow.which is utilised in customary prescription broadly. These are Cow- Dung,Urine,Milk, Curd and Ghee. This is moreover specified in Vruksh-Ayurveda writings and it has been tested by different natural farmers. It has a noteworthy job in preventing pests,disease and expanding the general yield.
Panchagavya as a Liquid Manure:
Items Used:
· Cow dung - 5 kilo
· Water - 5 liters
· Cow urine - 2 liters
· Curd - 2 liters
· Clarified butter/Ghee - 1 liter
· Sugarcane juice - 2 liters
(Instead of sugarcane juice utilize 500gms of Honey or 1 kg of jaggery or Palm sugar).

Blend these items in a mud pot and mix them well. Permit this blend under shade for aging for around 3 weeks. At that point take out 2 liters of Panchagavya and weaken it with 100 liters of water
and, shower on the crops by utilising a power sprayer in 1 acre of land plot. The above blend is adequate for splashing 4 acres of land at the rate of 2 rounds per crop. The weakened blend must be mixed altogether for 20 minutes before splashing. This can be put away for another 1 month. It initiates development and improves quick flowering. It gives obstruction against pests and diseases.

First spay at 25 days after transplanting paddy and second spray 15 days after first shower. It has propelled paddy harvest by 10 days. Also showering 2 rounds of Panchagavya once before flowering
and another at fruit/pod stage, bringing quick flowering and good profitable harvest. In Jasmine it guarantees nonstop blooming; and in Moringa tree with synchronised early blooming, it multiplied the yield of Moringa Pods. It worked well for groundnut turmeric and numerous crop yields. Seed materials can be plunged for couple of minutes and wet their root zone before planting.

Panchagavya as a Pesticide:
Items:
· Cow dung blended with water - 500 ml
· Cow's Urine - 300 ml
· Cow's milk - 200 ml
· Curd - 200 ml
· Ghee - 100 ml
· Ripe Banana - 2 nos.
· Coconut water - 300 ml
Sum of all - 1500 ml

Each items specified above ought to be placed in a mud pot, blended and kept open for 10 days. It ought to be blended each day. It is prepared for use in 10 days time.


  



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