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How to prepare jeevamrutham: Step By Step Guide

Posted On : April 07, 2020

An organic farming or Natural farming is profitable importance in view of sustained agriculture and maintaining ecological balance. It helps to utilize cheap and local inputs with zero utilization of chemicals in any form like herbicide, fertilizer, antibiotic, pesticide, hormone, etc. Apart from using agro farm-based natural products, there is an increasing demand for improvised and utilization products like Panchagavya, Jeevamrut, fish amino acids. It helps enrich the soil with microorganisms but also decrease the diseases in many crops.

Jeevamrutha is a low budget preparation that makes the soil enriches and helps to grow micro organisms and improve mineralization of the soil.Jeevamrutha is prepared from native cow’s urine, dung, jaggery, and horse gram.It is the right time to use cow-based products in the agriculture field.The fungal infections and tick burning are effectively kept under control by Jeevamrutha. Jeevamrutha was spray in the nursery and given with irrigation every night in the main fields. don't use chemical fertilizer or pesticide during the whole period of cultivation.

Ingredients for Jeevamrutham

  • Water 200 liters
  • Desi cow dung 10 kgs
  • Desi cow urine 10 liters
  • Jaggery 1 kg
  • Flour of any pulses 2kg
  • A handful of fertile soil from your farm

Prepareation of Jeevamrutham

  • For preparation Jeevamrutham, you need a 200-liter tank or a water barrel is required.
  • You should add 10kgs of cow dung into the water. with the help of a stick Stir the mixture in clockwise.
  • After put the handful of fertile soil from your farm in to the mixture.
  • And add 10 liters cow urine to the mixture. Stir it well again clockwise.
  • Finally, you must add remaining the semi powdered jaggery and the flour to the mixture.
  • The above mixture should be kept in a shaded place and away from sunlight.
  • The mixture should be stirred a thrice a day (10 min every day) for 4 days.
  • And Cover the water barrel or tank with a breathable jute bag.
  • After the fermented process complete and Jeevamruthami s prepared for the use.
  • This jeevamrutham can be used for 2-3days. Do not use Jeevamrutham after seven days.

Types of Jeevamrutham

  • The liquid state of Jeevamrutham ( explained above)
  • The semi-solid state of Jeevamrutham
  • Dry Jeevamrutham (Ghana Jeevamrutham)

Semi-solid state Jeevamrutham

  • The Ingredients 5 liters cow urine,100kg cow dung,1 kg of pulses flour,1 kg jaggery and a handful of fertile soil.
  • Take a small amount of water and Mix all of them.
  • Make the mixture as a small ball and keep these balls in direct sunlight to dry them.
  • Keep the dried balls near the mouth of sprinkler or dripper.
  • The microbes get activated again. When the waterfalls on the semi-solid Jeevamrutham

Ghana Jeevamrutham

  • Take 200kg of cow dung manure and spread manure uniformly on the floor to form a layer.
  • Take 20 liters of liquid Jeevamrutham and add to the manure.
  • Mix the mixture completely.
  • After that heap of the cow dung and closed it again using jute bag for 48 hours.
  • Allow it for fermentation. After that spread on the ground for dry in the sunlight.
  • After drying collect dry manure and kept it in jute bags in the room.
  • you can store Ghana Jeevamrutham for six months.
  • you can use 200kg ghana Jeevamrutham per acre in the sowing period.
  • Use 50kg of Ghana Jeevamrutham in between two crops and you will Amazing yield.

Jeevamrutham Irrigation and dosage

  • Jeevamrutham is given by Irrigation through like a drip, canal water, sprinkler.
  • When you spraying Jeevamrutham, you can dilute the mixture and then spray it.
  • First dosage – After One-month seed sowing takes 100-liter water and add 5 liters of filtered Jeevamurtham. And Stir it well and spray it to one acre of Vegetable Crops. In summer, spray early morning or evening. and In winter any time can be sprayed.
  • Second dosage – After 21 days the first spray. Take 150 liters of water and add 10 liters of filtered Jeevamrutham spray.
  • Third dosage – After 21 days the Second spray. Take 200 liters of water and add 20 liters of filtered Jeevamrutham per acre.
  • Fourth dosage – When fruits are beginning up. Take 200 liters of water and add 6 liters sour buttermilk can be sprayed for one acre.

Benefits of Jeevamrutham

Jeevamirtham is an organic fertilizer that plays a very important vital role in promoting the growth rates and immunity to plant systems. It provides an environment to microorganisms that help the plants to grab the nutrients such as phosphorous, nitrogen and potassium to the plants. The earthworm is broken down into molecular form by the microbes in the jeevamrutham, so that, it can be easily absorbed by the roots. These microbes waste in the soil thereby making the soil more fertile. The downward and upward movement of the earthworms loosens the soil. It helps plants to absorb nutrients from the soil easily.

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