Jeevamrut (jiv amrut) And Way to make it | Jeevamrut kese Bnaye

                Jeevamrut (jiv amrut) And Way to make it

Jeevamrut kese bnaye | jeevamru & way to make it

                After repeated experiments, the result was that for one acre of land, 10 kg. Mixing cow urine, jaggery and dill seeds flour or chickpea flour with manure gives miraculous results. Eventually a formula was developed called Jeevamrut (Jiv Amrut). 

 * Way to make it Jeevamrut

1.Domestic cow dung 10 kg.

2.Domestic cow's urine 8-10 liters. 

3.1.5-2 kg ​​Jaggery

4.Chickpea flour 1.5-2 kg

5.150 liters of water 

6.500g of soil under the tree

                  Mix the above items in a plastic barrel with a wooden stick and leave the mixture in the shade for two to three days to decompose. Twice daily, morning-evening, rotate the clockwise for two minutes with a wooden stick and cover the dead body with a sack. Its decay produces harmful gases such as ammonia, carbon dioxide, and methane.

                 It should be used for seven days after death in summer and for 8 to 12 days in winter. The increased dead body should then be thrown on the ground. 

               In the month of December, a scientific research was done on the mortuary prepared in Gurukul in which a maximum of 7400 crore bacteria were found 15 days after the mortuary was prepared. After that its number began to decline. Both jaggery and chickpea flour played a major role in the growth of germs. The mixture of dung, cow urine and soil found the number of germs to be only three lakh. When chickpea flour was mixed in it, the number increased to 25 crores and when jaggery was mixed in these three instead of chickpea flour, this number increased to 220 crores, but when both jaggery and chickpea flour were mixed, i.e. , Chickpea flour, and soil) came up with surprising results and the number of germs increased to 7400 crores. When these germs are fed to the field with irrigation, the number of germs in the soil increases incredibly and the physical, chemical and biological properties of the soil are improved.

Use Of Jeevamrut

                   Give Jivamrut twice or once a month, depending on availability, at the rate of 200 liters per acre with irrigation water, it will work miracles in agriculture. 

                   At 12 o'clock in the afternoon, the shade of the tree near the fruit tree is to be applied once or twice a month on the dead soil per tree near the shade. The soil must be moist when fertilizing. 

* Sprinkle of Jeevamrut

                  Sugarcane, Banana, Wheat, Sorghum, Maize, Tuvar, Adad, Mug, Chickpea, Sunflower, Cotton, Flax, Mustard, Millet, Chilli, Onion, Turmeric, Ginger, Eggplant, Tomato, Potato, Garlic, Green Vegetable, Flower , Medicinal plants, aromatic plants, etc., all have this type of spray for 2 to 8 months. Spray at least once, twice or thrice a month. 

*We will know later about the spraying of Jivamrut on standing crops*

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