Man, despite his many accomplishments, owes his existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil and rain. Soil and water form a fountain of energy through which all life is nourished. It is in soil and water that the key to all life exists. Soil and water are the two essentials for a farmer. By improving the quality of both, magic can be created in the field. Cotton – The Force of Nature Cotton is the
Water – the Magical Life-force Water is the driving force of all nature. It is the key to sustaining life on earth. If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water. It is the most amazing substance there is. The water that we drink gives us life. It is the means to nourish, detoxify and rejuvenate our bodies. The type of water that we use is the most important factor in our
Water, even though transparent, contains many dissolved minerals and chemicals. These dissolved salts give the water its quality of hardness. The concentration of the dissolved salts determines how hard the water is. Most households and industries are dependent on bore-well water for their water needs. But, unfortunately, bore-well water contains a high amount of dissolved salts and is considered as ‘Hard Water’. The Disadvantage of Using Hard Water Hard water causes scaling. The precipitation of
Crop Yield? What’s that? Crop yield, by definition, refers to how much grain or other crops are produced per unit area of land. It is an indication of how efficiently the land is used to produce agricultural commodities. Higher the yield, better is the land utility value! Is Crop Yield linked to Soil fertility? Can it be improved? Crop Yield is inextricably linked to the Soil Fertility and the efficient management of available resources. The
We have always maintained that Structured Water is great for your farm. It improves the crop yield and maximizes the returns. Well, now we have one more report to back up our claim! Water Technology Centre (WTC) at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University carried out a study and evaluation of the ‘Performance of Structured Water on Growth, Yield and Quality of Cotton and Vegetables’ with the objectives being – To assess the influence of Structured Water