Use of Beejamrut to germinate the seed in sowing

Gandhinagar, 23 June 2021
Due to good rains in Gujarat, farmers have started sowing in Bhima Agiyaras. Out of 58 lakh, farmers sum have been found to be using Bijamrut on seeds before sowing in 95 lakh hectares of land. Beejamrut reduces the use of pesticides, fertilizers and increases production.

This time instead of using septum on expensive chemical seeds, the use of seed culture has increased at 0 costs. Beejamrut acts like nectar for the seed. Beejamrut is used as a seed treatment before sowing any crop. The seeds are soaked in water and then sown or planted.

Seeds protect the crop from pests and diseases in the early stages of the plant. Increases seed germination capacity. Seed health is good and germination is good. If the growth is good then the plants live well. I do not feel sick. The plant grows healthy. The tender roots are protected from fungus. The sprout protects the bean roots from harmful bacteria. There is a cure. It protects bee and plants from diseases caused by soil or air.

manufacturing process
Making Beejamrut is a very simple process and it is ready in a single day. Domestic cow dung, cow urine, lime, soil, jaggery, raw milk are used. The use of Beejamrut does not cause diseases to the crop. The 0 budget of Subhash Palekar method is a good use of farming.

The method of preparation is that everything is used in sequence. Cover it with a cloth and keep it in shade for 24 hours, shake it 2-3 times, soak the seeds in it and sow it.

Beejamritta – 1
10 liters of water
1 kg country cow dung
1 liter cow urine
10 grams asafoetida
50 grams lime
250 ml country cow’s milk

Beejamrut for 100 kg seed – 2
water – 10 liters,
Desi cow urine -3 liters,
Domestic cow dung – 2 kg,
Lime – 50 g (do not use for thin skins of beans)
A handful of field soil is added.
If jaggery is mixed, its nutritional value increases.

Seed Beejamrut for 100 kg paddy seed – 3 –
1. 5 kg dung of cow or buffalo
2. 5 liters native cow urine
3. 500 ml raw milk
4. 5 liters of plain water
5. Lime: 250 grams

Nutrients in Beejamruta
Quantity ppm
1. pH: (pH) 7.8 to 8.2
2. Nitrogen 40
3. Phosphorus 160
4. Potash 255
5. Copper 0.5
6. Iron 15.5
7. Zinc 3
8. Manganese 3.5
9. Fungus 10.5 * 103 CFU / ml.
10. Bacteria 15.4 * 105 CFU / ml.

use of seed
Beejamrut is mostly used for seed treatment of cereals, paddy, wheat, maize, millet, pulses, oilseeds, etc. Add the required quantity of paddy seeds to the seedbed for germination.

use of lime
Use lime for thick and strong husks like paddy. Do not use, or reduce, lime for thin and soft-skinned seeds such as mug, gram, mustard.

use of jaggery
You can use jaggery to make Beejamrut more powerful and effective. Jaggery contains all the nutrients like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sulfur, iron, manganese. The seed is covered.

millions of bacteria
There are 300 to 500 crore micro-organisms and bacteria in one gram of indigenous cow dung. Round is added to increase the number of dead microorganisms. Millions of microbes on the farm make food for the plants in the soil. So that no external material is needed.

All 16 elements required for plant nutrition are available in nature. Their conversion into plant food is carried out by millions of microorganisms found in the soil. The plant takes essential nutrients from the soil for its nutrition.


Insecticides Tulsi, Neem, Karanj, Amla, Garlic, Chilli, and Tobacco are also used after the plant has grown.