None of the discussions on gardening/ farming/ organic produce/ manure/ composting is ever complete without talking about COWS!!
Cow dung and urine are considered one of the most elite sources of compost. Cow dung is rich of minerals and bacteria cultures which turns the soil very fertile. However there are many ways in which we can apply this cow dung to the soil. I’ll be discussing a few of those methods. Cow dung can be added to the compost bin/pit as well. There is no right or wrong way of application just a better way.
The first method that I am going to talk about here is called
AMRUTJAL (literally translated as NECTAR-WATER)
For making AMRUTJAL we require
1kg of fresh cow dung
1 liter of cow urine
10 liters of water
50 grams of jaggery
Now all you have to do is add all of the above contents in a container/bucket, mix them all thoroughly, cover the container and keep it aside for three days. During these three days you have stir the mixture (clockwise and anti-clockwise, 12 times each) three times every day. Fourth day onward you can use this mixture.
How to use: Dilute the above mixture with water in ratio of 1:10 i.e. for every one liter of mixture you can add 10 liters of water and use it to water plants. This acts as an excellent compost for plants.
Here’s a video for reference!!
VC : Amit Dharamsi