Launch the campaign of balance of nature through soil nutrition, In the land campaign of the country started by the Governor of Gujarat, Gopalbhai will replace the chemical fertilizer with the newly discovered new bacterial culture for free
Gandhinagar, 14 April 2021
The Governor of Gujarat Acharya Devvrat has launched a nationwide campaign for land nutrition and conservation from Raj Bhavan in Gujarat from 13 April 2021. In which Gopalbhai Sutriya revolutionary research for farmers will be given free of cost all over the country. New cow-based culture of bacteria has been developed in Ahmedabad. Free education will be provided on how to use bacteria. Production can be greatly increased by significantly reducing the cost of 65 types of crops.
Bansi Giri Gaushala is at Shantipura Circle, Ring Road near Sarkhej, Ahmedabad. Gopalbhai Sutaria 06351000349, 09316746990, 7487064395, 063519 78087 has developed a culture of bacteria. Out of which, natural farming is started from the first year. No chemical fertilizers or pesticides are required.
Governor Acharya Devvrat said that due to chemical agriculture, the balance of nature has been disturbed. Indiscriminate use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides has contaminated water, soil, environment, and contaminated food poses a threat to human health.
He said that natural agriculture is the strongest option to avoid the ill effects of chemical farming. Native cow-based natural agriculture of the Indian breed will not only be a strong alternative to chemical agriculture but will also be a means of prosperity for the farmers. Citizens were pledged to nurture and conserve land.
The campaign was launched by worshiping the land and cow.
Gopalbhai Sutaria of Bansi Gaushala, Ahmedabad was present on the occasion. He has developed Gaukripa Amritam Bacterial Culture. Which will be given free of cost to any farmer throughout the country. The farmers themselves will be able to make it in millions of liters. One farmer gives this culture to another farmer for free. Which makes the soil better.
Gopalbhai said that bacteria-based Gaukripa amritam culture – replaces fertilizers like urea, DAP in 7 days. No external chemical fertilizer, urea, DAP, phosphorus, micronutrients are required after 7 days of using the culture. Naturally, it begins to meet the first crop in the field.
Currently, he has given Gau kripa Amritam culture – 1 liter culture free to more than 1 lakh farmers through Gaushala. Currently, 4.50 lakh farmers in 22 states are using it.
65 types of bacteria have been obtained from the cow dung and urine of rare cows from Gir, Gujarat. Developed by 21 herbs and Panchagavya. About which Gopalbhai did research and experiments for years. It is coordinated by Ashokbhai Patel.
Natural farming takes 3-4 years for soil preparation. But the effect of Gaukripa Amritam culture is being felt since the time when the crop is planted here.
The use of Gau kripa Amritam culture produces large quantities of insects. Other insects produce pests that benefit the crop. Friendly organisms that eat harmful organisms are born on the farm.
If the chemical has accumulated in the soil, it separates from the Gaukripa Amritam culture and makes the soil more nutritious hence less water is needed. Water enters the ground.
Laboratory tests have been carried out. Immune boosting bacteria have been found. Probiotic friend is the germ.
Anand Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya and Maharashtra Agricultural University have conducted laboratory tests of Gaukripa Amritam culture. Helps detoxify the soil.
Bacteria are found in cow dung and urine. Which reduces crop disease by increasing digestion.
Digestion is better in cow’s body.
A study has found that there were more than 2 crore favorable germs in 1 gram of soil. There are not even 40 lakhs left. So the plant does not get nutrients. Now the new culture will be able to reach 20 million bacteria again.
one liter bottle of Gaukripa Amritam culture 1 liter in 200 liters water, with black jiggery. Which makes one farmer produce manifold output in the farm to another.
Panchagavya is expensive for farmers.
Therefore, some years of experiments have discovered some bacteria of the cow. Which is prepared at a low price. However, probiotic material is offered by private companies. But it is expensive. According to the district, a series of farmers have been formed. Which is given free of cost to all farmers.
Bansi Gir Goshala has been involved in the field of cow farming and agriculture for the last 13 years with a large number of Vedic scholars, agricultural scientists, Ayurvedicists, saint mahatmas, cow devotees, agricultural organizations, and many other organizations.
The purpose of making “Gau Kripa Amrutam
This solution has been obtained through research for the past 6 years. According to NABL-accredited laboratory tests, the solution contains more than 55 types of microbes. This solution has been analyzed by metagenomic testing in a valid laboratory for DNA and RNA.
Urea, DAP, pesticides, fungicides are found. This solution has been scientifically tested in every way.
Symbiotic bacteria in Gau Kripa Amrutam
There are eight types of bacteria that receive nitrogen fixation from the air and make the roots digestible. Due to which the urea cost of farmers is negligible.
Gau Kripa Amrutam contains 5 to 6 types of bacteria that act as disease control pest control (immune stimulant, anti-microbial, anti-falling, algicidal).
Gau Kripa Amrutam has 6 bacteria known as Geobacteria in scientific language. These bacteria provide cow dung, cow urine, and earth in the digestible form in metals and mineral solution.
This solution in Gau Kripa Amrutam contains many sulfur supplying bacteria (sulfur oxidation) which are very useful in all types of crops.
Gau Kripa Amrutam consists of 6 bacteria that act as composting (organic matter decomposition). Lactobacillus bacteria play a good role in the growth of plants and fruits.
Phosphorus-acting bacteria (phosphate solubilizers) in Gau Kripa Amrutam make plant phosphorus available in digestible form.
Controls germs carrying disease (suppresses soil-borne diseases). Due to which its effectiveness remains despite being exposed in the shade.
The use of Gau Kripa Amrutam solution increases the number of earthworms in the soil, there is no need to buy earthworms or their manure. The soil becomes fertile easily.
As a result of this culture, 23 feet high sugarcane has been produced by farmers in Junagadh, Gujarat, and near Jetpur and near Jasdan.
Bansi Gir Gaushala was founded in 2006 by Gopalbhai Sutaria. They currently make things like Gir cow milk, Ghee, medicinal barley flour, soil fertility, gourd ointment, red toothpaste, floor cleaner, mouth freshener. (Dilip Patel)