Bheejamrutham

Bheejamrutha

Bheejamrutha is prepared for  Seed Treatment.

This Process is Purification / Shuddhikaranam / Bheejasanskara of the Seed.

Why Bheejamrutha?

  • Seeds get Fungus coated that flow along with wind.
  • When sowed, the Fungus in these seeds start killing the plant.
  • When they get moisture, they enter the root and slowly enter the plant and reach its leaves.
  • Hence, Bheejamrutha coating kills the Fungus on the Seed hence saving the seed and its growth after sowing.
  • Seed-borne diseases will be avoided..

Sources of Nitrogen, Phosphate, Potash 78.6% Nitrogen in air.

Ingredients for 100kg Seed treatment.
  • 20 liter Water
  • 5 Liter Cow Urine from Desi cow only. No bull or buffalo
  • 5 Kg Fresh Cow dung from Desi cow
  • 50 gm Edible Lime stone, (Sunna / Chunnambu)
  • 1 fist soil from our farm land. This is to de active the microbes that exist for years in the soil.

 

Preparation:

  • Put all above material in a container.
  • Stir it well clockwise using a wooden stick.
  • Store it overnight for fermentation.
  • Next day use it for Seed Treatment.

For Monocots Gramineae family crops, like grains, pulses, millets, oilseeds, except soya and groundnut.
Take the seeds and sprinkle Bheejamruth and use fingers to slowly mix them. Do not Rub as it will remove the skin of the seed and damage it.

Plants like Potato, Banana sapling, ginger, turmeric.
Take the seeds in a porous Bamboo basket and dip the basket into Bheejamruth and hold it for few seconds and then hang it out..

Sweet potato, beetel leave, vanilla, cuttings dip in Bheejamruth and then plant it.

Seeds of Fruits.
Dip the seeds in Bheejamruth, dry it and then sow it.

Seeds of Vegetables
Wash the seeds from the packet as it might have some chemicals.
Then Dip in Bheejamruth and then dry it and sow it.

Shelf Life

One Day Use.

Bheejamrutha Subhash Palekar Method

Bheejamrutha is prepared for  Seed Treatment.

This Process is Purification / Shuddhikaranam / Bheejasanskara of the Seed.

Why Bheejamrutha?

  • Seeds get Fungus coated that flow along with wind.
  • When sowed, the Fungus in these seeds start killing the plant.
  • When they get moisture, they enter the root and slowly enter the plant and reach its leaves.
  • Hence, Bheejamrutha coating kills the Fungus on the Seed hence saving the seed and its growth after sowing.
  • Seed-borne diseases will be avoided..

Sources of Nitrogen, Phosphate, Potash 78.6% Nitrogen in air.

Ingredients for 100kg Seed treatment.
  • 20 liter Water
  • 5 Liter Cow Urine from Desi cow only. No bull or buffalo
  • 5 Kg Fresh Cow dung from Desi cow
  • 50 gm Edible Lime stone, (Sunna / Chunnambu)
  • 1 fist soil from our farm land. This is to de active the microbes that exist for years in the soil.

Preparation:

  • Take 5 Kg Local Cow Dung in a cloth and bound it by tape. Hang this in the 20 Liter water up to 12 hours.
  • Take one liter water and add 50 gm lime in it, let it stable for a night.
  • Then next morning, squeeze this bundle of the cow dung in that water thrice continuously, so that all essence of cow dung will accumulate in that water.

  • Then add a handful of soil in that water solution and stir it well.

  • Then add 5 liter Desi cow urine or human urine in that solution & add the lime water and stir it well.

For Monocots Gramineae family crops, like grains, pulses, millets, oilseeds, except soya and groundnut.
Take the seeds and sprinkle Bheejamruth and use fingers to slowly mix them. Do not Rub as it will remove the skin of the seed and damage it.

Plants like Potato, Banana sapling, ginger, turmeric.
Take the seeds in a porous Bamboo basket and dip the basket into Bheejamruth and hold it for few seconds and then hang it out..

Sweet potato, beetel leave, vanilla, cuttings dip in Bheejamruth and then plant it.

Seeds of Fruits.
Dip the seeds in Bheejamruth, dry it and then sow it.

Seeds of Vegetables
Wash the seeds from the packet as it might have some chemicals.
Then Dip in Bheejamruth and then dry it and sow it.

Shelf Life

One Day Use.

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