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Can we achieve perfect soil with cow?

 Special thanks to Mr.Praveen Karri for his support in bringing this article into this website. 

What is soil? Soil is an aggregate of four basic components: mineral solids, water, air and organic matter. Depending on how much of each is present in soil determines what makes good soil for growing crops for human and animal consumption, or for flowers that will adorn the dining room table.

Soil health (also referred to as soil quality) can then be defined as “the capacity of a soil to function within ecosystems and land use applications that can sustain productivity, maintain environmental quality and promote plant and animal health.” Characteristics of healthy soil include:

• Good soil tilth

• Sufficient depth

• Proper levels of nutrients

• Good drainage

• Large populations of beneficial organisms

• Resistance to weeds and degradation

• Resilient when unfavorable conditions occur

Many of us don’t have to look any farther than our home yards and lawns to be able to understand basic soil health. The flower beds have soil that is dark in color and crumbly and loaded with earthworms. (As a matter of fact, using worms for composting is an excellent way to improve the quality of soil.) The soil drains very quickly after a summer thunderstorm and the plants that grow there are vigorous. The lawn has sections that never seem to need water, but then there’s that patch right in the middle that always turns brown in the summer no matter how much water it gets. Grass is difficult to grow there, but weeds love it. Over the years you’ve learned that a couple of bags of manure or topsoil have improved those areas. You’ve learned that certain plants grow better in a more acidic soil and others do well in an alkaline soil.

                                                     Soil Health

Achieving and maintaining a healthy soil involves the integration of physical, chemical and biological components that result in improved productivity and environmental quality.

Probably a better way to learn what constitutes good soil health and what makes good soil is to study what constitutes unhealthy soils. The most obvious clue to an unhealthy soil is the fact that nothing will grow in it or, if it does, it grows poorly. Poor quality soils are the result of soil compaction, surface crusting, low organic matter and minerals, increased pressure from diseases, weeds, and insects as well as the lack of beneficial organisms. Soil is the thin layer of material covering the earth's surface


Growth of plant with contrasting soils

In the below example, at first one we tried top soil it was the worst performance of all the soil looked good it carried some sort of disease and as soon as the plant sprouted there was disease all along. Then we tried growing in clay at least we saw there was no disease, but we also noticed that the roots were having a very hard time developing and so the plant had very poor performance. Thereafter we tried growing in sand and we noticed there was no disease there was no problems with root growth but there was a lack of nutrition so the growth was medium Finally we tried forest topsoil the best top so we could find and we saw very nice results of there were some bug attacks and the performance was good but compared to the best perfect soil it was still far away

See the difference - 5 Pots were planted 3 weeks ago with the same seed and contrasting soil

Why should we think about cow to achieve perfect soil?

Initially, we must collect grass leaves and organic material as much as we can, then we must find a way to shred it into small sized particles. At the same time, we must remove rocks or hard to break items and then we must destroy the unwanted bacteria. Unwanted seeds usually done with heat.

 We must inoculate with beneficial bacteria so that the whole decomposition process starts and while it's happening you must maintain a warm temperature all along then we must wait for several months or a year until the beneficial bacteria take over. During this whole period, you must avoid rainwater so that nutrients are not lost and then you simply must repeat this process many times. 

To continuously feed your plants sounds like fun there are several methods to  accomplish this one is with man-made machinery you have to buy lawn mowers mechanical sifters shredders composting tanks bins tarps etc. too expensive then there is a traditional compost pile it is cheap but it takes a lot of work and you have to wait a long time and all along you have to worry about rain water protection it just takes too much time. 

Others try to avoid all this work and waiting by simply buying fertilizer from the store the problem is it's not alive it's not scalable it's too expensive and it's not homemade so you can't do it at home it's just too complex so what is the Vedic way of making perfect soil. 

The cow the perfect soil generator she collects and shreds huge amounts of organic matter she inoculates with beneficial bacteria within her body and she automatically filter rocks and bigger particles to generate antiseptic seedless single units of perfect soil.

The process starts with collecting the condom then you must dry it on a wall for three days and then you must crush it, dry and automatically we have all the qualities of the perfect soil available for your gardening. Full of life antiseptic, soft, good drainage, full of nutrients with very fresh smell good water retention and no unwanted seeds then you can start your gardening projects successfully every single time.

Conclusion

There are innumerable benefits of having a cow.  Easy to maintain, very gentle & peaceful. We can get perfect soil very quickly. Livestock waste is act as a soil amendment in low-input intensive farming which is a feasible agricultural practice to improve soil fertility and productivity that eventually mitigate soil degradation. 

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