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MHR Foundation of India supports and guides for Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) with help of famous trainer Mr. Subhash Palekar. He suggested cow dung of our local cow is effective. The cow dung should be used as fresh as possible. It is more effective and one cow is needed for thirty acres of land. For one acre one day’s cow dung is enough. That means thirty days cow dung for thirty acres. The four foundation of Zero Budget Spiritual Farming are Bijamitra, Jiwamitra, Mulching and Waapasha

What Is Zero Budget Natural Farming

1.Making use of things easily available at a farm to minimize investment on farming.
2.Dung and urine from local variety of cow are required.
3.Seeds are sprinkled with beejamrut, a mixture of cow dung, cow urine, lime and water, before sowing.
4.After sowing, the field is sprinkled with jeevamrut, a fermented mixture of cow dung, cow urine, jaggery, gram flour and soil.
5.A layer of dead leaves, twigs, branches, etc is laid over the field to activate local earthworms.
6.Intercrops and mixed crops are used to stimulate symbiosis.
7.Pesticides and insecticides are made from ingredients like garlic, neem leaves, chilli and waste products of cow.