Soils are the loose mineral or organic materials found on the earth's surface, usually (or averagely) made up of about 25% air, 25% water, 45% mineral and 5% organic matter (humus, tiny living organisms and sometimes plant residue).
Soils are essential for life, in the sense that they provide the medium for plant growth, habitat for many insects and other organisms, act as a filtration system for surface water, carbon store and maintenance of atmospheric gases.
Unfortunately, soil has been damaged by many chemical fertilizers, pesticides and weedicides. Gradually we are realizing our mistake and now farmers are moving towards natural or organic methods of farming leading to sustainable development.
Our service to mother earth
We have worked on scientific methods of soil rejuvenation by organic composting and vedic methods of soil rejuvenation using nature’s gifts. Both methods are great way of protecting mother earth but we want to get best from both, thus we created a synergy for composting which has vedic foundation and scientific analysis resulting in sustainable way of farming. Our composts enhance the production in natural way and the produce is 100% natural free from chemicals and taste best. Besides, our compost prohibit the growth of weeds and pests which saves our crops.
An overview of composting process from scientific outlook is shown in the figure 1 given below:
Our soil rejuvenation products
Figure 1 Vermicompost
Figure 2 Biogas Slurry
Figure 3 Cow Dung
How we help others to save mother earth?
Soil Rejuvenation Service
We have developed scientific and strategic services for agriculture processes to gain sustainable and profitable ways of farming. Soil Rejuvenation is one of the service we provide to make your field more productive and healthy.
Analysis of availability of resources
Strategy development for in-house production of natural composts
Usage management plan for 5 years
Bio Product development and Marketing
A farmer’s commitment:
“Together we can save the world from all hazardous chemicals and give healthy and fresh produce to feed the world”.