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Homa Farming Effects

Homa Therapy refers to healing fires of which Agnihotra is the basis. The application of Homa Therapy to agriculture is Homa Organic Farming. HOMA Organic Farming is a system of agriculture that may be added to any organic farming practices.
I am doing the research on the effect of Homa farming on five verities of Brinjal with five replication. I divide my research in two plots with same soil fertility. One is treated With 1% Amrit Pani( 1kg cow dung +  1liter  cow Urine + 2liter water   + 50gm molasses) and the other one is treated with Amrit pani and Homa Farming both. I have to conduct homa daily at the time of sun rise and sun set daily according to the time table. There is a copper pyramid of specific size where I conduct homa with cow dung cake, Ghee and Unpolished, unbroken rice by chanting of two mantras. The smoke created in homa is healthy for plans, the vibration of mantras radiate through the pyramid which acts as an antenna helps to grow plants and the ash of the homa increase the phosphate solubilisation in the soil.

My plant age is of one month after transplanting I can detect the difference of health of two plots, Homa plot plans are taller and the stems are thicker than the other plot.

 By Saswatik Tripathy (5th sem RKMVERI)






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