Cotton with Plantonics Organic Fertilizer

Cotton with Plantonics Organic Fertilizer Mr. Prashant Godedara, A farmer of Mahrajpur Abhor Dist. Fazilka Punjab grown cotton with Plantonics on 10-may 2017. Mr. Prashant observed good growth, more branches, larger and greener leaves and height was better than other farmers of the village. He also observed that the cotton field is…

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Success story of cotton farmer with Plantonics organic fertilizer

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Success story of cotton farmer with organic fertilizer Bhagavan bhai is a farmer of Budhel, Dist Bhavnagar Gujarat. Bhagavan bhai is in cotton farming since decades. every year expenses increasing and yield is decreasing. Bhagavan bhai used Plantonics Cotton Special for Better yield. Bhagavan bhai mentioned that he was getting 700…

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Organic Farming VS Chemical Farming in Onion Cultivation

Comparison of Organically Grown and Chemically Grown Onion Which One is Better ? Organic Farming or Chemical Farming ? This is a Simple comparison of Organic farming VS Chemical Farming. More than 90 % farmers believe that chemical farming is better in terms of Cultivation and Getting more Yield Comparatively…

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Brinjal Shining with Organic fertilizer

Ranchod Bhai, A Farmer of Gujarat Showing his Success with Plantonics Organic fertilizer Treatment in Brinjal. (Egg Plant). Better Shining, Big Size, Great Taste and Young Brinjal Gets Highest Price in the Market. Ranchhod Bhai Mentioned that Particularly in this season, Brinjal yield and Quality is Very Low, but we…

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Apple Ber with Plantonics Organic fertilizer

Apple Ber with Plantonics organic fertilizer. Plantonics Fruit Special and Plantonics Granules works extra ordinary in Apple Ber. Unbelieveable High Yield- (Plant Broken Down) Best Fruit Quality, Shine an Size Great Taste Higher Prices in Market Watch the Video     Plantonics Treatment in Apple Ber: Plantonics Granules-1 Bag and…

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Chemical farming Vs Organic Farming- Onion Seedling

Chemical Farming Vs Organic FarmingThis video Shows real Difference between Chemically gown Onion Seedling with urea and DAP and Organic fertilizer treatment on the field. Organically grown onion seedling with “Plantonics” an Innovative research product of Gujarat Bio Organics P.Ltd and Urea -chemical fertilizers treated comparison.This comparison shows vast difference…

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Organic Mango was cultivated using Plantonics Organic fertilizer

Organic Mango was cultivated using Plantonics Organic fertilizer.Many things to notice in this Video; Color of Leaves: is still Dark green even the fruits reached to maximum GrowthNumber of Leaves: Very Dense Leaves. Leaves makes food for Plant, Healthy and Large number of Leaves Creates Luxury level of nutrients for…

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Plantonics Organic Fertilzier Performance In Mango Farming

Vipul Bhai, A Farmer of Jamvala Has Used Plantonics Organic Fertilizer in His Mango Farm. Vipul Mentoned About Plantonics Organic fertilizer Performance in His Organic Mango Farm. He Said, we have Noticed there are Number of Mango Seen even on Stem of Mango. which is Quite Magical. Unbelieveable yet Could…

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Plantonics Organic fertilizer in Potato Organic farming

Plantonics organic farming with help of Plantonics Potato special Organic fertilizer performance in Potato. Narsi Bhai, farmer of Deesa Taluka Got Bumper Yield in Organic potato farming with Plantonics Potato Special.Narsi Mentioned that he got 125 % yield compared to last year. Another point he told is he didn’t applied…

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Carot Grown with Plantonics Vegetable Special

Carrot Grown with Plantonics Vegetable Special Ramesh bhai ajudiya A Fermer of Talala Gir, Got Amazing result of Plantonics Vegetable Special in Carrot Cultivation. He mentioned he never Seen Carrot Crop in life like this, when he used Plantonics Vegetable Special. Ramesh Bhai recommends to use Plantonics Vegetable Special to…

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The advantages of small animals in farming systems

10426817_10205249497669232_831702315571923554_nFarming systems can be roughly divided into on the one hand large scale, highly mechanized and energy intensive systems managed as corporate agri-businesses and on the other hand small-scale farms, which employ family labour and use limited external inputs. In the small systems, a closer integration of the different components, Continue reading