1. How to spray Panchagavya with sprayer?

3 litres of Panchagavya has to be mixed with 100 litres of water and sprayed to all type of crops. The power sprayer of 10 litres capacity may need 300 ml tanks of Panchagavya. When sprayed with power sprayer, sediments are to be filtered and when sprayed with hand-operated sprayers, a nozzle with higher pore size is to be used.

2. Panchagavya for Irrigation purpose?

20 litres of Panchagavya per acre can be used along with irrigation water either through drip irrigation or flow irrigation.

3. Panchagavya in Seed / seedling Treatment?

30 ml. of Panchagavya has to be mixed with one litre water and seeds have to be soaked for 20 minutes. Seeds have to be dried in the shade and used for cultivation.

4. Panchagavya for Seed procurement?

3% i.e., 3 ml of Panchagavya has to be mixed with 100 litres water to soak the seeds or dip the seedlings before planting. 20 minutes soaking is sufficient. Rhizomes of turmeric, ginger and sets of sugarcane can be soaked for 30 minutes before planting.

5. Panchagavya for Seed Storage?

3% i.e., 3 ml Panchagavya has to be mixed in 100 litres of water and dip the seeds before drying and storing them.

6. Periodicity application of Panchagavya?

This Panchagavya solution has to be used once in 10 or 15 days depending on the duration of the crops.

  • Pre-flowering phase (20 days after planting)
  • Flowering and pod setting stage (Fruit / pod maturation stage)

7. Ingredients of Panchagavya

  • Fresh cow dung
  • Cow’s urine
  • Cow’s milk
  • Cow’s curd
  • Cow’s ghee
  • Sugar cane juice or Jaggery
  • Tender coconut water
  • Ripe Poovan banana
  • Water

8. Ingredients Quantity of Panchagavya?

  • Fresh cow dung – 7 kg
  • Cow’s urine – 10 litres
  • Cow’s milk – 3 litres
  • Cow’s curd – 2 litres
  • Cow’s ghee – 1 Kg
  • Sugar cane juice- 3 litres or Jaggery – 500gms dissolved in 3 Litres of water
  • Tender coconut water – 3 litres
  • Ripe Poovan banana – 12 Nos
  • Water – 10 litres

9. What are the important contents of Panchagavya?

  • Macro nutrients – N,P,K
  • Micro nutrients – Trace elements
  • Proteins
  • Fats
  • Carbohydrates
  • Vitamins
  • Amino acids
  • Micro organisms
  • Bacteria
  • Fungi
  • Enzymes
  • Growth promoting factors
  • Immunity boosters
  • Antioxidants

10. How to use Panchagavya for animals?

Usage of Panchagavya for Animals: 

FOR Cows, Goats, Sheep, Dogs, Rabbits, Poultry, Pigs, Fisheries.

Mode of Action:

  • When taken orally by animals, the living micro organisms of Panchagavya:
  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Produces lot of antibodies against the ingested microorganisms
  • It acts like a vaccine
  • Increases the immunity of animals
  • Helps prevent illness and cure diseases
  • Slows down the ageing process
  • Improves appetite, digestion, assimilation & elimination of toxins in the body
  • Constipation is totally cured
  • Increases the blood circulation
  • Balances the endocrine secretions
  • Cures sterility
  • Animals become hale and healthy with shining hair and skin
  • The weight gains are impressive

11. Dosage & Beneficial Effects for Poultry?

When mixed with the feed or drinking water at the rate of 1 ml / bird / day

  • The birds became disease-free
  • They laid bigger eggs for longer periods
  • In broiler chickens the weight gain was impressive
  • The feed-to-weight conversion ratio improved by 5% to 10%
  • The Shine in the legs of the bird was stunning which proved the bird’s health

12. What is Gritha?

Desi Cow Panchagavya Gritha is an Ayurvedic medicine, in herbal ghee form. This medicine has ghee as its base. It is used for preparatory procedure for Panchakarma and also as medicine. Panchagavya refers to five different components of cow products.

13. What are the benefits Panchagavya Gritha?

It is widely used as medicine and also in preparatory procedure called snehakarma for the treatment of neurological and psychiatric conditions, fever, liver diseases such as jaundice. Effect on Tridosha – Calms Pitta and kapha.

14. Dosage or How to use Gritha?

Panchagavya Gritha dosage:

As medicine – quarter to half teaspoon with water, usually before food, once or twice a day, or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor. For Panchakarma preparation – Snehana procedure, the dose depends on the disease status and the judgment of Ayurvedic doctor. It is usually administered with warm water.

15. Is there any side effect from Gritha?

Desi Cow – Panchagavya Gritha Side Effects: 

There are no known side effects with this medicine. However it is best to use this product under medical supervision. Self medication with this medicine is discouraged. People with diabetes, high cholesterol, heart diseases and high BP should excise precaution. In very high dose, it may cause diarrhea and indigestion.

16. What is Price and Packing of Gritha?

The cost of Panchagavya Gritha is Rs.120 and the Packing is 50 grams.

17. What is Agnihastra and its use for?

The name of the pesticide / insecticide / fungicide is called as Agnihastra. Cost of Agnihastra is Rs.80/- per Litre. The total process for preparing the product is 21 days. The main content of this product are cow by-products, garlic, ginger, pepper, neem leaves and barks, green chilly and jaggery. This product will not kill the pest or the insect; it will only drive out the pest and the insects. Normal diseases in the plants and the crops will be cured by this. Further it also acts as a fertilizer to the soil.

The recommended dosage of this is 2% percent mixed in the water and to be sprayed on the plants / crops / trees. This product has to be applied only in case of necessity and it has to be applied once in four days till the pests are driven out. Normally in two applications this happens. This has to be applied either in the early morning hours or in late evening hours, at the time of sun rise or sun sets, and not to be applied in hot sun. In summer the dosage can be reduced to 1.5% ratio with water.

18. What is Ganajeevamrutha?

The name of the Organic manure is Ganajeevamrutha. Cost is Rs. 25/- per Kilo. This is produced from Cow Dung, Cow Urine, Jagerry and pulses. The number of days for preparing the same is two days. This is organic manure which enriches the soil and plant and provides all the nutrients required for the growth of the plant. This has to be applied in wet soil. It comes in powder form and it has to be scatted on the soil and approximately 20 to 25 kgs is required for one acre of land.

Using Panchagavya Fertilizer:

Q: How do you use Panchagavya fertilizer? A: You can apply Panchagavya as a foliar spray or soil drench. Dilute it at a ratio of 1:3 with water and apply every two weeks during the growing season.

About Panchagavya:

Q: Is Panchagavya a natural manure? A: Yes, Panchagavya comprises cow urine, dung, milk, curd, and ghee.

Effects and Side Effects:

Q: What is the effect of Panchagavya on plant growth? Are there side effects? A: Panchagavya enhances soil fertility, plant growth, and yield without any known side effects.

Cow Urine and Dung:

Q: Is cow urine a good fertilizer? Which dung is best for plants? A: Yes, cow urine is beneficial, and cow dung is excellent for plants due to their rich nutrients.

For Flowering Plants:

 Q: What is Panchagavya for flowering plants? What are its nutrients? A: Panchagavya serves as a fertilizer for flowering plants, providing essential nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and magnesium.

Comparisons and pH:

Q: What is the difference between Panchagavya and Jeevamrutha? What is the pH of Panchagavya? A: Panchagavya and Jeevamrutha are both natural fertilizers with different ingredients. Panchagavya’s pH ranges from 7.0 to 7.5.

Storage and Price:

Q: How many days can we store Panchagavya? What is its price per litre? A: Panchagavya can be stored for up to six months in a cool, dark place. Prices vary by manufacturer and location.

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