Jeevamrut,Panchgavya, Bijamrut,Amrutpani and Sanjivak Preparation

Jivamrut,Panchgavya, Bijamrut,Amrutpant and Sanjivak Preparation
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Introduction:

As the prevalence of organic farming increases day by day, management practices that preserve soil health, efficient nutrient supply systems that rely on organisms rather than chemicals, and integrated pest management systems play an important role. Therefore, COWS with organic fertilizers are found as effective ingredients in organic farming for a reliable and cheap supply of nutrients.

Important Words:

  • Jivamrut, Panchagavya, Bijamrut, Amrutpani and Sanjivak
  • “KAMDHENU”
  • Deshi Cow
Jivamrut,Panchgavya, Bijamrut,Amrutpant and Sanjivak Preparation
Jeevamrut Preparation Ingradients

A combination of bio-enhancers and biofertilizers must be used. For these compounds, the environment is convenient as well as safe. They are suitable for soil physical chemical, and biological condition of the soil and improves soil fertility.

Cows are the backbone of Indian culture and rural economy and helps in sustain our lives. A cow is “KAMDHENU” in Indian Culture and known as the mother because her nature is like a mother’s nurturer and nurturer of humanity.

Cow’s milk, curd, ghee, and cow urine are mentioned in detail in Ayurveda and the ancient Indian system of medicine in the treatment of various human diseases. Cow-based bio-fertilizers, vegetables, bio-fertilizers, etc. play an important role in crop production. It improves the physical properties of the soil, making the soil fertile, and hence, proper circulation of air and water takes place. Also, plays an important role in rainwater absorption.

PANCHAGAVYA, JIVAMRITA AND BIJAMRUT is a cheap and environment friendly organic method made from cow products like cow dung, urine, milk, curd, and ghee. PANCHAGAVYA acts as a growth stimulant and increases the biological efficiency of the crop when apply in the agronomical practices of various crops and protects plants from diseases and increases the nutritional quality of fruits and vegetables also.

It is used as a foliar spray, irrigation water or seed treatment, etc. On average, it takes 2-3 weeks to prepare cow-based bio-fertilizer.

Cow-based biofertilizers play an important role in the rapid decomposition of organic waste, which is essential for maintaining the activity of microorganisms and other life forms in the soil.

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Jaggery-Jeevamrut Ingredients

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BENEFITS OF COW-BASED BIO-ENRICHMENT

  • Bijamrut protects plants from seed-borne diseases during initial germination and the establishment stage results in to good yield. It increases germination percentage, seed development and strengthen plants.
  • Plants sprayed with Panchagavya produce larger leaves, develop a dense canopy, spread roots and grow to subsoil levels, and improve soil fertility by increasing micronutrients and beneficial microorganisms.
  • Jeevamrut accelerates plant growth development and gives more yield.
  • Sanjivak is used to enrich the soil with microorganisms and accelerate the decomposition of organic residues.
  • Cow-based bio-enhancers enhance beneficial microorganisms such as nitrogen fixing, phosphorus solubilizing bacteria, actinomycetes, fungi and promote organic matter in the soil.
  • The ingredients used in cow-based bio-fertilizers are abundantly available and are much cheaper compared to chemical fertilizers and are  alternative to chemical fertilizers for farmers.
  • The nutrients provided by this formulation are 100% natural and organic.
  • It does not harm the plant as well as the human body and is safe and environmentally friendly.
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Jeevamrut in a Plastic Drum

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CHARACTERISTICS OF COW-BASED BIO-ENRICHMENT:

  • Rich source of micronutrients
  • Presence of plant growth-promoting factors
  • Effective as both an insecticide and fungicide to enhance plant immunity, seed treatment, enhance decomposition of organic matter, to improve soil fertility and productivity.
  • The current global scenario emphasizes the need to adopt environmentally friendly agricultural practices for sustainable agriculture.
  • Chemical farming has adversely affected not only the soil but also the beneficial microbial communities in the soil and the health of the plants grown in these soils. Because of this, health awareness has increased the demand for organic products and farmers around the world have made sporadic efforts to detoxify the soil by switching to organic farming as opposed to chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
  • The price of chemical fertilizers is increasing to such an extent that it is beyond the reach of small and marginal farmers.
  • Cow dung and cow urine have been used since ancient times in India for various organic compounds and various medicines, besides being known for their antiseptic and medicinal properties.
  • Cow-based bio-enhancers play a major role in promoting growth and providing immunity to the plant system. Over the past few years, there has been a growing interest among farmers in using Panchagavya, Bijamrut, Jivamrut, and other cow-based biofertilizers in organic farming.

COW-BASED BIO-FERTILIZERS USED IN AGRICULTURE:

  1. PANCHAGAVYA
  2. JIVAMRUT
  3. BIJAMRUT
  4. AMRUTPANI
  5. SANJIVAK

(1) Panchagavya

Ingredients:

  • Fresh Deshi cow dung 7 kg,
  • Deshi cow ghee 1 kg,
  • Deshi cow fresh urine 10 liters,
  • Cow milk 3 liters,
  • Cow milk curd 2 kg,
  • Jaggery 500 grams,
  • Ripe bananas 2 Kg,
  • Green coconut water 3 liters and
  • Water 10 liters
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Deshi Cow Ghee-Jeevamrut Ingredients

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METHOD OF PREPARATION OF PANCHAGAVYA :

  • First mix 01 kg of ghee with 7 kg Deshi cow fresh dung, mix it well in 25 liter-capacity plastic drum and keep it for 72 hours (THREE DAYS).Ensure stirring the mixture at least TWICE A DAY to remove methane gas from it.
  • ON THE FOURTH DAY, add 10 liters of fresh Desi Cow urine and 10 liters of water to this mixture. Stir this mixture twice a day and leave it to ferment for 15 DAYS. Cover the mouth of the plastic barrel with a cotton cloth and keep it in the shade.
  • ON THE NINETEENTH DAY, add 3 liters DESHI COW’S MILK or 2-liter curd, 500 grams Jaggery (native), 2 kg ripe banana & 3 liters green coconut water. Allow this mixture to ferment for 7 DAYS and stir the mixture clockwise twice a day in the morning to help oxygen-requiring microbes. Jaggery, green coconut water & ripe bananas help speed up the fermentation process.
  • ON THE TWENTY-SIXTH DAY, filter this mixture using a cotton cloth.
  • Thus, at THE END OF 26 DAYS, a stock solution of PANCHAGAVYA (20 LITERS) is ready to use.
  • Do not use buffalo milk, curd, dung, or urine in this preparation.

Use of Panchagavya:

Use of Panchagavya for spraying:

  • 20 liters of Panchagavya mixed with 500 liters of water can be sprayed on plants in a one-hectare area. Use 300 ml of Panchgavya in a 10-liter of pump.
  • When panchagavya spraying with a pump, strain the solution and fill it with a pump. Use a nozzle with a large hole.

Seed treatment: 3% solution of Panchagavya can be used for soaking the seeds or dipping the seedlings before planting.20 minutes of soaking is enough.

With irrigation water: Panchagavya solution can be mixed with drip or irrigation water @ 50 liters/ha.

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Packed Gaumutra

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(2) JIVAMRUT

Materials:

  • Fresh cow dung 10 kg,
  • Fresh cow urine 10 liters,
  • Jaggery 2 kg,
  • Pulses flour 2 kg,
  • Organic soil 1 kg and
  • Water 200 liters

Method of preparation of Jeevamrit

  • In the wide-mouth plastic drum with a storage capacity of 300-liter, fill with 10 kg fresh cow dung, 10 liters fresh cow urine, 2 kg Jaggery, 2 kg Pulses flour & 1 kg Organic soil.
  • Add 200 liters of water to the plastic tank and keep it in well-ventilated place under shade.
  • Stir this mixture clockwise TWICE A DAY (MORNING AND EVENING), tie the mouth of the plastic container with a cotton cloth and keep this mixture in the shade FOR SEVEN DAYS. Now, a stock solution of JIVAMRUT (200 LITERS) is ready for use.

Use of Jeevamrut

  • Jivamrut can be applied to the soil when there is sufficient moisture in the soil.
  • It is advisable to use Jeevamrut in the evening (i.e. Afternoon after 4 pm) is more imperative.
  • It can also be given with Irrigation water.
  • 500 liters of Jeevamrut is required for a one-hectare
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(3) BIJAMRUT

Ingredients:

  • Fresh Deshi cow dung 5 kg
  • 100-gm lime
  • Deshi cow urine 5 liters
  • 50 gm organic Soil and
  • 20 liters of water

METHOD OF PREPARATION OF BIJAMRUT:

  • First, take 5 kg fresh cow dung in a new cotton cloth and dip it in water, so as to soluble elements present in cow dung will dissolve in water easily.
  • In another separate container take 100 grams of lime add 1 liter of water in it and keep it for 12 to 16 hours.
  • Separate the dung by squeezing the dung in the cloth and adding 5 liters of Deshi cow urine + 1 liter lime water + 50 grams organic soil and 20 liters water.
  • Now keep this mixture for 12 to 16 hours and then filter it.

Use of BIJAMRUT:

  • A seed treated by BIJAMRUT grows faster and more abundantly.
  • Roots grow quickly.
  • The plant survives against various soil-borne diseases and
  • Blooms well.

(4) AMRUTPANI:

METHOD OF PREPARATION OF AMRUTPANI:

  • Mix 100 kg Deshi cow dung, 100 liters cow urine, and 500 gm Jaggery in a (closed mouth) drum with 300 liters of water and allow it rot for 10 days.
  • Amritpani is prepared by mixing 10 kg of Deshi cow dung with 500 gm honey.

Use of Amrutpani

  • Mix 1 liter of Amrutpani solution in 10 liters of water and use it for irrigation.
  • Before planting, the seeds should be soaked in a solution of Amrutpani
  • Dried leaves or fodder are soaked in Amrutpani solution and used as animal feed.
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Jeevamrut in a plastic Container/Drum                                                  Image Credit: Google.com/Images

(5) Sanjivak

  • Add 100-liter water and mix cow dung & urine, Jaggery in a 200-liter capacity closed plastic drum.
  • Solution should be shaken clockwise twice a day for 7 to 10 days.
  • After 10 days Sanjivak will be ready for use.
  • It is necessary to mix 01-liter Sanjivak with 09-liter water to prepare 10-liter of solution.

Use of Sanjivak

  • Apply 03 doses of Sanjivak.
  • First time before sowing
  • Second time after 20 days of sowing, and
  • Once after 45 days of sowing by sprinkling or with irrigation water

Summary:

Cows with organic fertilizers are effective ingredients in organic farming for a reliable and cheap supply of nutrients. Cow-based bio-fertilizers, such as JIVAMRUT, PANCHAGAVYA, BIJAMRUT, AMRUT PANI AND SANJIVAK are a cheap and environmentally friendly method made from cow products like cow dung, urine, milk, curd, and ghee. These compounds are suitable for soil physical chemical and biological conditions of the soil, which improves soil fertility.

They enhance beneficial microorganisms such as nitrogen fixing, phosphorus solubilizing bacteria, actinomycetes, and fungi and promote organic matter in the soil. They are an effective alternative to chemical fertilizers for farmers and do not harm the plant as well as the human body.

Panchagavya protects plants from seed-borne diseases during initial germination and establishment stage, accelerates plant growth and development, and gives more yield. Sanjivak is used to enrich the soil with microorganisms and accelerate the decomposition of organic residues. These bio-enhancers are a rich source for micro and micronutrients and are effective as both an insecticide and fungicide.

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Plastic Drum-Home of Jeevamrut

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FAQs:

1. What is the benefits and use of Jivamrut?

JIVAMRITA is a cheap and environment-friendly organic manure made from cow products like cow dung, urine, milk, curd, and ghee. It enhances beneficial microorganisms such as nitrogen fixing, phosphorus solubilizing bacteria, actinomycetes, and fungi and promotes organic matter in the soil. They are an effective alternative to chemical fertilizers for farmers and do not harm the plant as well as the human body.

2. What is the composition of Jeevamrut?

• Fresh cow dung 10 kg, • Fresh cow urine 10 liters, • Jaggery 2 kg, • Pulses flour 2 kg, • Organic soil 1 kg and • Water 200 liters

3. What is the NPK content of Jivamrut?

NPK content of Jeevamrut is 1.48%-0.28%-0.32%, respectively.

4. Why is Jaggery used in Jeevamrut?

Jaggery contains potassium which is quality nutrient for plants and helps with plant fertility as well as increases drought resistance in plants.

5. What are the ingredients of Panchgavya?

• Fresh Deshi cow dung 7 kg, • Deshi cow ghee 1 kg, • Deshi cow fresh urine 10 liters, • Cow milk 3 liters, • Cow milk curd 2 kg, • Jaggery 500 grams, • Ripe bananas 2 Kg, • Green coconut water 3 liters and • Water 10 liters

6. What is the validity of Jivamrut Solution?

Only:10-15 Days, no more.

7. What is Bijamrut?

Bijamrut is organic solution prepared using 5 kg cow dung, 100-gm lime, 5 liters Deshi cow urine, 50 gm organic Soil and 20 liters of water. It can be used as a seed treatment before sowing seeds as well soaking plant root in the solution for 20 minutes.

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