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    WHAT IS THE EFFECTIVE MODE OF FERTILIZER APPLICATION? If only we can identify the best and the proper mode of fertilizer application, the farmers in general and the end consumers will be better off. The primitive and traditional mode of application is broadcasting method, wherein the fertilizer is spread around the crops, mostly sprayed as granules to the base of the crops. Uptake of the most of the fertilizer are in question. This mode results in wastage of the fertilizer, in addition the soil is doesn’t take in everything it receives consequently leads to soil acidification. The process of transportation of the fertilizers to the core phytochemical centres requires formulation excellence. Solid components in the fertilizer mix have to undergo bio chemical transformation through solubilisation process, in order to aid the absorption. On the other hand, there are many products currently in the market like POWER UP (The Organic NPK), HUMIPRO ( HUMUS), FULVIPRO ( FULVIC), SEABOON ( SEA WEED EXTRACT), NUTRIGRO ( COMBO OF HUMIC N FULVIC) etc are available in the liquid form(absorbable form). Since, all these are already in the form of liquid formulation, it can be easily administered in foliar space. Best of the organic, naturals and bio products manufactured at Yarok Biotech, Bangalore consists of unique formulation ingredients. These ingredients aids in shuttling out the actives through the xylem and phloem and other leafy pores. The actual required content of actives with additives shall be directly applied without losing any of the applied content. Why Foliar Spray Nutrition is Important? There is a disturbance in the absorption of nutrients, due to the presence of weeds, poor aeration and frequent rain or draught and in this kind of scenario’s foliar sprays of HUMIPRO and FULVIPRO will restore the crops in a faster pace. In the case of damage to the root system is either mechanically or through pest damage, Foliar sprays of SEA BOON or NUTRIGRO can provide growth to the plant. Nutrient uptake via leaves and shoot is considerably fast, if the formulation contains permeation enhancing agent. If the plant or crops require faster recovery after a stress condition. Product like POWERUP will enhance the growth manifold as compared to the traditional sprays.
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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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    What is NPK and what are its source? NPK is the most important constituent of the majority of the fertilizers composition in the world today. NPK complex comprised primarily of the three primary nutrients (Nitrogen, Phosphorus & Potassium) required for healthy plant growth. The global food demands relies heavily on the use of NPK fertilizer. Plants require these minerals in very high proportion as against other minerals. Those minerals required in high proportions are technically called as macro-nutrients and those required in minor quantities are called as micro-nutrients. Use of Nitrogen Nitrogen is a key component for the growth of any plants. In particular, nitrogen is vital to chlorophyll, which allows plants to carry out photosynthesis. Nitrogen is also a significant component in amino acids, the basis of proteins. Nitrogen also aids in the compounds that allow for storage and use of energy. Use of Phosphorus Phosphorus also plays a role in an array of functions necessary for healthy plant growth, contributing to structural strength, crop quality, seed production, and more. Phosphorus also encourages the growth of roots, promotes blooming, and is essential in DNA. Use of Potassium Potassium is also vital in a variety of other processes that contribute to growth and development. Potassium is often referred to as the “quality element, ” because of its contribution to many of the characteristics we associate with quality, such as size, shape, color, and even taste, among others. Plants low in potassium are stunted in growth and provide lower yields. It is being claimed that, about half of the global population is alive as a result of the increased food production provided by the use of mineral fertilizers. These NPK nutrients are essential for the complete growth of the plant, also these nutrients keeps the plants from being susceptible for diseases. On an unrelenting cultivation, these nutrients are being sucked out of the soil and it is imperative that we put back these organic NPK back to the soil in a natural way. Nitrogen source Inorganic mineral source for nitrogen are urea, urea ammonium nitrate, anyhydrous nitrate etc.. Natural sources for nitrogen are from the air, organic manure, compost, blood meal & feather meal etc. Phosphorus source Primary inorganic phosphorus source is the phosphate rock and the organic source for the same can be from organic manure, bone meal, bio-compost, fish meal etc. Potassium source As similar to phosphate, potassium also mined out of the rock. Also, these are available in the form of potassium nitrate, potassium sulfate and rock powder. The natural source for potassium is through compost, wooden ash and organic manure, sea weed etc. How do we get all these components (NPK) as a single product ? that too natural and organic origin, is there a product of that nature? Organic NPK manufactured by Yarok Biotech, bangalore provides a unique combination "POWER UP". It is 100% organic in nature and it can be applied in the form of foliar spray. The benefit of POWER UP is such that, the entire product ican be applied in the form foliar and there is a complete absorption through the shoots and leaves as against the losses in granular products. Think natural!!
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