This ultimate guide on aagneyastra, its preparation process, benefits, and uses will help you to understand everything about aagneyastra. It is indigenous organic pesticide developed by Indian agriculturists and researchers in NCOF, Ghaziabad.
Moreover, whether you are a farmer or a gardener you can easily prepare this organic pesticide. After preparation you can also store this pesticide and can use it periodically or whenever your crop get infested with pest.
This organic pesticide helps to control pest efficiently. It acts mainly on stem borer, fruit borer, and all common pests. Neem, garlic, Ipomea or besharam leaves, cow urine are the basic ingredients that have pesticidal properties.
It takes very less time to prepare this organic solution and is very effective against pest.
You will need to arrange the following ingredients in the given quantity in order to prepare this organic pesticide.
|Cow Urine||10 Litres|
|Ipomea Leaves (Besharam leaves)||1 Kilogram|
|Azadirachta indica (Neem Leaves)||5 Kilograms|
Once you arrange these ingredients then the next step is to prepare the solution.
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Crush Ipomea leaves, neem leaves, and garlic together. Put this crushed mixture in the earthen pot and add cow urine in the mixture. Make sure that there is no leakage or hole in the earthen pot. Now boil this mixture till the solution become half of its initial quantity.
After boiling let the solution to cool down to room temperature. After cooling strain this organic solution with the help of strainer or cotton cloth and keep the strained liquid solution in a plastic bottle.
You can mix 10 ml of this prepared organic pesticide in one litre of water to spray on the crop infested with pest. For one acre of land you will have to prepare 1 litres of this solution mixed in 100 litres of water.
Spray aagneyastra during early mornings or evenings on the infected parts of the plant.