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INDIA INTRODUCED THE CONCEPT OF TILLING TO THIS PLANET
Tilling allows you to prepare a farming space fast.
Tilling the soil helps enrich the toil by speeding up the decomposition of remaining crops, weeds and other organic matter that may be lying on the surface. It loosens and aerates the top layer of soil or horizon A, which facilitates planting the crop. Loosening the soil not only provides a good footing for newly germinated roots but it helps water, nutrients and oxygen reach those roots.
Tilling breaks up hard soil and delivers nutrients deep into the soil. Plants need loose soil for their roots to grow and spread, and tilling is the most efficient way to break up a densely packed bed.
Tilling mechanically destroys weeds.. With no-till a farmer has lost the ability to mechanically control weeds through tillage. Tilling or cultivating your garden helps tear weeds apart and break down their root systems.
Without tillage, weeds have more time to establish themselves and grow.
Tilling increases air in soil and stimulates the activity of aerobic bacteria. That helps break down organic matter more quickly, releasing heat as energy. Air pockets that are created by the deep loosening of soil facilitate air and water penetration for plants to use. Air penetration is also important to the micro-organisms in the soil that perform all kinds of important tasks creating nutrients for the plants
Compost, leaf litter, grass clippings and other organic amendments are powerful sources of nitrogen and carbon, two elements necessary for plant growth and good soil composition. Tilled soils have pockets that can secrete water but they also allow excess water to percolate down through soil which avoids sodden roots.
SOMEONE ASKED ME— WHY PUT KERALA NENDRAN AND COCONUT WATER BANANA IN PACHGAVYA
WELL THEY ARE A GREAT SOURCE OF POTASSIUM
Potassium (K) is an essential nutrient for plant growth.
It's classified as a macronutrient because plants take up large quantities of K during their life cycle. Potassium is associated with the movement of water, nutrients and carbohydrates in plant tissue. It’s involved with enzyme activation within the plant, which affects protein, starch and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production.
The production of ATP can regulate the rate of photosynthesis. Potassium helps regulate the opening and closing of the stomata, which regulates the exchange of water vapor, oxygen and carbon dioxide. If K is deficient or not supplied in adequate amounts, it stunts plant growth and reduces yield.
In the soil itself, potassium appears in three forms: (1) in the soil solution; (2) as the exchangeable ion K+ adsorbed to, or released from, the surfaces of clay particles; and (3) in organic matter. Potassium plays a most important role in regulating the water status of plants by lowering water potential.
NOT A SINGLE DAM IN INDIA HAS BEEN FITTED WITH DESILTING CAPABILITY..
ALMOST ALL OF INDIAs MAJOR DAMS ARE SILTED BETWEEN TO TO 70%
BUILDING DAMS IN INDIA WAS A WAY FOR CORRUPT POLITICIANS TO MAKE MONEY
MOST OF INDIAs DAMS ARE MERE WHITE ELEPHANTS..
WE MUST HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO BUILD DREDGERS SUITABLE FOR DESILTING
REMOVED SILT CAN BE CONVERTED TO FANTASTIC ORGANIC FERTILIZER BY USING ORGANIC CATALYSTS..
BELOW: ORGANIC PESTICIDE OF HUMPED COW URINE AND NEEM LEAVES
BJP ELECTION MANIFESTO ( 2019) HAS NOTHING ABOUT ORGANIC FARMING..
THIS MEANS JEW DARLING MODI WILL CONTINUE RAPING INDIAs TOP SOIL AND WATER RESOURCES WITH GM FOODS / CHEMICAL FERTILSERS / PESTICIDES..
-- AND GUJJU NO 2 WILL WRANGLE A NOBEL PRIZE FROM HIS GRATEFUL JEW MASTERS..
ALREADY MODI IS “CHAMPION EARTH” FOR STEALTHILY MOTHBALLING INDIAs ENORMOUS COAL RESERVES..
WE ASK THE GOVT NOT TO ALLOW SUBDIVISION AND FRAGMENTATION OF FERTILE CULTIVABLE LAND ..
THE MODI GOVT MUST HAVE A POLICY THAT LESS THAN A DECLARED AREA, THE LAND CANNOT BE SUBDIVIDED BETWEEN CHILDREN INHERITING THE JOINT PROPERTY..
YOU CAN MAKE PROFIT BY DOING ORGANIC AGRICULTURE ON SMALL PIECES OF LAND.. ESPECIALLY IN MODERN TIMES ( LIKE IN KERALA ) WHEN LABOR CHARGES ARE TOO HIGH..
INDIA MUST GO BACK FROM CHEMICAL FERTILIZER AGRICULTURE ( ICK STARTED BY GREEN REVOLUTION ) TO ORGANIC FARMING..
THE IMMEDIATE NEED IS TO INCREASE THE THICKNESS OF OUR TOP SOIL WHICH IS NOW JUST ONE FOOT DEEP ( BEFORE GREEN REVOLUTION IT WAS SIX FEET DEEP ).. THE REST OF THE PLANET HAS JUST COUPLE OF INCHES OF TOP SOIL..
WHAT HOLDS GOOD FOR HOLLAND AND ISRAEL ( WITH SHIT TOP SOIL ) DOES NOT HOLD GOOD FOR INDIA..
The loss of soil nutrients and the biodiversity base is a result of continued over-exploitative approaches based on chemicals in contemporary chemical based industrial agriculture.
INDIAs BEST BRAINS MUST BE DIVERTED TO ORGANIC AGRICULTURE TILL WE PHASE OUT GREEN REVOLUTION FULLY.
WE NEED SEPARATE MINISTRIES FOR ORGANIC SOIL AND CLEAN GROUND WATER. RAI WATER HARVESTING MUST BE TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS AT PRIMARY LEVEL..
NCERT MUST CREATE EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS ..
I GIVE THEM PERMISSION TO DIP INTO MY BLOG POSTS WITHOUT MY PERMISSION.
TO ALLOW RAIN WATER TO EVAPORATE IS A CRIME.. FROM HENCEFORTH IT MUST BE PUNISHABLE..
ALLOWING WATER TO EVAPORATE FROM DAM RESERVOIRS IS MADNESS.
Soil is a living system. Organic farming builds living soils through providing locally adaptable cropping practices, including mixed cropping and crop rotations, thus enriching soil nutrients.
Organic farming has evolved effective and varied organic manures, such as vermicompost, vermiwash, panchagavaya ghanamrit, jeevamirit, compost and green manures.
These practices can lead to the rejuvenation of the soil flora and fauna, and soil fertility.
Use of heavy machinery in farming is leading to soil compaction, resulting in lower infiltration and recharge of ground water and interrupting the flow of nutrients.
Protecting the soil organisms, soil texture, structure and porosity and health, requires reduction in mechanical power, especially tractors in tillage operations. Tilling need not be very deep.
IF BURNING CROP STUBBLE ( BIOCHAR PRODUCTION ) IS CAUSING SMOG IN DELHI PRONE TO TEMPERATURE INVERSION —SHIFT THE CAPITAL.
INDIA HAS THE POTENTIAL ( AND THE SOIL ) TO EXPORT ORGANIC FOODS AND RAKE IN ENORMOUS FOREIGN EXCHANGE.. THE WORLD HAS WOKEN UP TO THE VILS OF CHEMICAL FERTILISERS AND PESTICIDES.
SAME WAY –
INDIA HAS THE POTENTIAL ( AND THE HUMPED VEDIC COWS ) TO EXPOST A2 MILK AND RAKE IN ENNOURMOUS FOREIGN EXCHANGE .. THE WORLD HAS WOKEN UP TO THE TOXICITY OF HUMPLESS JERSEY COW MILK..
Contrary to the popular myth, organic farming produces more food per acre than monocultures and chemical farming. Since organic systems are based on crop diversity, they produce the diverse nutrients needed for a balanced diet.
Organically-produced food contains more nutrients, especially micro-nutrients and trace elements, than chemically-produced food. Yield of a few monoculture crops is an inadequate assessment for nutritional security.
For human nutrition, micronutrient requirements are in amounts generally less than 100 milligrams per day, whereas macronutrients are required in gram quantities daily.
AYURVEDA GIVES PRIMARY IMPORTANCE TO WHOLESOME VEGAN FOOD TO PREVENT DISEASES.
AND DON’T LISTEN TO PEOPLE WHO SAY THAT VEGANS DON’T GET ENOUGH PROTEIN.. ELEPHANT IS A VEGAN.
Although there are dozens of different micronutrients that are all vital to overall health ( which you don’t get with chemical based farming ) , here are a few examples of micronutrients that are found in many healthy whole food sources:--
Micronutrients are essential because they protect our bodies from disease, slow the aging process and help every system in our bodies work properly. The long list of micronutrients functions can range from supporting metabolism to fighting free radicals and promoting overall health.
The body uses dozens of different micronutrients every single hour of every single day to keep us energized, produce enzymes and hormones, and prevent nutritional deficiencies.
Specific micronutrient deficiencies can result in various problems like mental impairment, poor digestion, thyroid problems and bone loss.
Among other roles, the main jobs of micronutrients include:--
producing digestive enzymes
helping keep a strong metabolism
breaking down carbs, fats and proteins into usable energy
aiding in bone mineralization
helping with hormone production
allowing cells to rejuvenate
slowing oxidation damage or signs of aging caused by free radicals
allowing muscles to move and helping with tissue repair
protecting the brain
So what are macronutrients, and what are the differences between macronutrients vs. micronutrients? Macronutrients are essentially the way we classify the calories found in foods into one of three groups: carbohydrates, proteins or fats.
“Macro” means big, so it makes sense that the official macronutrients definition encompasses any substance required in relatively large amounts by humans. On the other hand, “micro” means small, which represents the fact that we need micronutrients like vitamins and minerals in much smaller quantities.
Each food that we eat has a proportion of macronutrients, and the one with the highest percentage is often how we classify the food. For example, grains have a high percentage of carbohydrate molecules, so we commonly refer to grains as “carbs” instead of fats or proteins, even though many grains contain a small amount of each.
Many micronutrients are considered essential nutrients, which means they are not made within the body. We must get these micronutrients from foods, otherwise we risk micronutrient deficiencies, such as iron deficiency, low potassium, low vitamin B12 or magnesium deficiency.
There are 13 different types of vitamins, all of which have their own important roles in body, including protecting against oxidative stress, slowing the aging process and preventing cancer.
BEFORE THE GREEN REVOLUTION CANCER CASES ( ALO DOWN SYNDROME/ AUTISM ) IN INDIA WERE NEGLIGIBLE..
Minerals play a big role in bone development, brain health, cellular function and metabolism, and humans need at least 18 different minerals to function properly. These include macro-minerals that we usually think of as “electrolytes,” such as calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium, plus other trace minerals that we need in smaller quantities like copper, iodine, iron, manganese, selenium and zinc.
Micronutrients of all kinds are important co-factors in DNA synthesis and metabolism, as they are frequently involved in modulating enzymes that help us absorb other nutrients and turn them into fuel for the body. Zinc, for example, is a co-factor for over 100 enzymes.
Selenium, on the other hand, is an important mineral for metabolism that is involved in the production of the enzyme glutathione peroxidase, also known as the master antioxidant.
No single type of food contains all the micronutrients we need, which is why variety is key. The focus should be on anti-inflammatory foods, meaning those that are fresh and found in nature, including all types of colorful vegetables, fruits, beans nuts, whole grains, and quality animal foods like seafood and eggs.
It’s best to get your vitamins and minerals through whole food sources, as these foods supply a wealth of micronutrients and macronutrients to help optimize your health.
The nutrients found in these foods can also be absorbed more easily ( VITAMIN TABLETS FROM EVIL PHARMA CANT DO THIS ) , ensuring that your body is able to use them more efficiently to maximize the potential health benefits.
DOCTORS LOVE THE GREEN REVOLUTION—THEY SING ALL THE WAY TO THE KOSHER BANK.
The complex mixture of micronutrients found naturally in a diet high in fruit and vegetables is likely more effective than large doses of a small number of micronutrients.
Micronutrients are essential to many aspects of health and play a central role in nearly every bodily function.
While a comprehensive micronutrients list would be too long to include here, below are some examples that illustrate the importance of micronutrients and the crucial roles that they play in the body:--
Potassium: lowers blood pressure, helps combat heart disease
Vitamin A: antioxidant that fights free radicals, supports skin and eye health, fights cancer by blocking DNA mutations in cancerous cells
Vitamin B12: helps produce hemoglobin, which carries oxygen throughout the body, and fights fatigue
Vitamin C: improves immune function, prevents oxidative stress, fights cancer and prevents common illnesses of the skin, eyes, etc.
Vitamin D: promotes healthy bone metabolism, helps prevent depression, may have anti-cancer properties
Vitamin E: acts as an antioxidant, protects cell membranes, protects heart health
Vitamin K: critical in blood clotting, protects against heart disease, osteoporosis and other types of cancer
Zinc: boosts the immune system, supports brain function, improves heart health
Iodine: important for fetal development and thyroid health
Beta-carotene: turns into antioxidant vitamin A in the body, strengthens the immune system and mucous membranes
Calcium: maintains bone strength, acts as an antacid, regulates high blood pressure
Choline: prevents fat accumulation in the liver, promotes brain development, helps improve liver function
Chromium: removes sugar from the bloodstream and converts into energy, helps control blood sugar in individuals with type 2 diabetes
Copper: anti-inflammatory, helps combat arthritis, known as a brain stimulant
Flavonoid (antioxidants): reduces the risk of cancer, asthma, stroke and heart disease; fights free radical damage, protects brain health
Carotenoid (antioxidants): protects and preserves eye health, fights macular degeneration and cataracts
Folate: plays a central role in fetus development and cervical cancer prevention, contains antidepressant properties
Iron: helps transport oxygen to the entire body, prevents anemia and low energy
Manganese: improves bone density, helps combat free radicals, regulates blood sugar, regulates metabolism and inflammation
Riboflavin (vitamin B2): helps prevent cervical cancer, fights headaches and migraines, can help treat acne, muscle cramps, carpal tunnel and fatigue
Selenium: has antioxidant properties, reduces the risk of prostate cancer, aids in the treatment of asthma, arthritis and infertility
Because each and every micronutrient is essential to health, a deficiency in any vitamin or mineral can come with some serious side effects and consequences. Although the exact micronutrients deficiency symptoms can vary based on which vitamin or mineral you may be lacking, some of the most common symptoms that can indicate there may be a problem include:
Memory loss ( CHOOTIYA DHAKKANS )
On a well-rounded and balanced diet, most people can meet their micronutrient needs through food sources alone
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