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    How do we control the moth population and the resultant larvae attack on all kinds of crops, which leaves behind nothing from the crop for the farmers? Existing Crop science knowledge, suggest us to use strong pesticide that are chemical in nature. These chemicals have direct detrimental effect on the overall health of our society. In the long run, due to chemicals, there is a considerable impact on human physiological system.. Is there a way out from these chemical tangle? Can the organic or bio - pesticide provide the effectiveness as similar to the chemical and eschew adverse effects of the chemicals? Where do we get all these alternatives for all types of pest? Even if it is available can we trust its efficacy and after effects? Most of the time, the farmers and others who utilize these are usually laymen and have limited knowledge on all the above questions... Natural products are derived from plants or animal source n are time tested for its efficacy and adverse effects. Moreover, they are readily biodegradable and devoid of genetical transmutation. These natural ingredients in unique combination provide deterrent effect on the pest; while these bio pesticides promotes the growth of the crops . These bio pesticides acts as a natural safeguard for the crops. These products in the form of multi combination formulations (many natural ingredients), ready to use are mostly manufactured by bio agro products manufacturing industries across the globe. Let us think natural!!!
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    Do we have an alternative for neem coated urea in the form of karanja Oil coated urea? Nitrogen is the most critical as well as significant component of Agricultural production. Currently, most of these nitrogen is being supplied by Urea in paramount forms of cultivation. However, the challenge for most of the farmers as well as the agronomist, is that the nitrogen within the urea is getting hydrolyzed rapidly when it comes in contact with soil. And these hydrolysis bring out various forms of Nitrogen. Among these forms, some evaporates and some escapes the soil and the rest loses nitrogen use efficiency. This development usually work against the soil as well as the crops. In this way, normally 50% of the applied nitrogen fertilizer is getting wasted and in turn is adversely impacting the overall nature of the soil. Moreover, the accumulated unusable nitrogen rescinds the underground water quality. To overcome this challenge, agriculturists have introduced the usage of costly chemicals (Ammonium thiosulphate, Dicyandiamide & Nitrapyrin etc) which aids in controlling the nitrification of the soil. However, the addition of these chemicals further violates the basic characteristics of the soil. To circumvent this phenomenon, lately researchers have dotted on neem oil or neem cake as the natural ingredient that can be coated to prevent nitrification. The result of this large scale use have been phenomenal. The yield has increased dramatically and also the soil quality in general. The neem oil coat have largely prevented the nitrification of soil. Based on the extensive studies and its subsequent report, Government have proposed the use of neem coated urea for large scale agricultural production. This recent development did create positive impact in the organic produce market. It has led to ripples in neem oil market wherein, neem oil market have reached a situation of high demand and low supply. Neem oil being the natural product, the production can’t be increased substantially in a short span of time. Therefor, in order to tide over this challenge, farmers have come up with the usage of less demand and high supply oil called Karanja (Pongamia Glabra) as an alternative to neem oil in coating urea. Since, Karanja oil contains both the insecticidal property as well as hydrolysing nature similar to that of neem; Karanja oil is being flaunted as a natural alternative for neem oil. Karanja is also called as Millettia pinnata, is a species of tree in the pea family, Fabaceae, native in tropical and temperate Asia including parts of Indian subcontinent, China, Japan, Malaysis, Australia and Pacific Islands. It is often known by the synonym Pongamia pinnata as it was moved to the genus Millettia only recently. Common names include Indian beech, Pongamoiltree, karanj (Hindi), honge (ಹೊಂಗೆ in Kannada), pungai (புங்கை in Tamil), kānuga (కానుగ in Telugu), karach (করচ গাছ in Bengali), naktamāla (नक्तमाल in Sanskrit). Considering the high price for Neem oil and low price of Karanja oil, we can consider Karanja Oil as an alternative for coating urea and as well as an insect repellent in organic farming.
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    There is a famous proverb it goes like this " what we sow we reap" This proverb can be specifically applied to describe the consequences of our action. But if you take it literally this proverb explains a simple facts of agricultural farming...We won't reap apple from mango seed and vice versa. Since, ancient times, literally farmers were sowing seeds of various crops in the respective prepared fields and they were reaping what they were sowing; but the modern day sowing doesn't end with just the seeds, but along with many chemicals and the components that have long lasting impact on the nature of the soil and for the end consumers. These uncontrolled use of chemicals and other unspecified ingredients are leading to the point of no return. Moreover, we are currently reaping sickness of many kinds that has no name. The root cause for this scenario could be that we don't know what we have sown. In essence, we are reaping persistent disintegration of cells on a nuclear level. The question that we have to ask ourselves is that, are we sowing organic or in organic? are we sowing negligence or care? are we sowing future or end? Are we sowing health or death? In order to achieve a sustainable planet and reap a planet of life and exuberance; it is time to act and act fast- we must activate our wholesome thinking towards natural, kindle our mind concerning organic and above all to act proactively rather than react.. We @ Yarok Biotech, bangalore the manufacturers of organic and essential oils as well as manufacturers of bio agro products are determined to think natural and we endeavor to create a organic coat over our planet. Join with us!!!
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