TYPE AND POPULATION OF MICROBES DECIDE THE HEALTH OFNATURAL RESOURCESHIGH POPULATION OF RESOURCES DECIDE QUALITY OF NATURAL GOOD SOIL, POOR GOODMICROBES BAD COST, QUALITY AND YIELDAIR ETC MICROBES WATER,
Fertility of soil and health of plants depend upon the smallest unit of life - Micro-organisms
What is ‘Happy Garden’? • Formulated by BIOSA, Denmark • A Consortium of 10 microbes like Lactic Acid bacteria, Photosynthetic bacteria and yeast (plate count > 25 million) • Mixture of carefully selected herbal extracts. • Produced indigenously at our factory at Dehradun. • Mutually compatible with each other and co- exist in liquid culture below a pH of 3.5. • All microbes are facultative. They exhibit both aerobic and anaerobic characteristics. • They work in a wide range of temperatures, salinity and pH values. • Products are certified as an Organic input by USOCA and are now being used in over 40 Countries worldwide. • The microorganisms are not Genetically engineered or exotic.
Benefits1. The leaves look healthier.2. There is more flowering with deeper colour.3. The cut flowers stay longer.4. Soil fertility improves.5. Controls soft insects and bacterial diseases.6. Composting can be done within 40 days even without cow dung.7. Chemical requirement Strawberriesgrown with and is reduced drastically. without ’Happy Garden’ after 7 days at roomtemperature
Uniqueness1. Only product to have 10 microbes.2. Only product having both microbes and herbs.3. Only product to have a plate count of > 20 million cfu.4. Only product to have a shelf life of > 12 months.5. Ease of use – simply dissolve in water and spray on plant and soil.
Application1. Seed or bulb Germination: Simply soak the seeds or bulbs. Dry in shade and then sow them.1. Spraying: Dilute in water (20-30 caps per 15 liters of water) and drench the plant leaves and soil. Spray at intervals of 7 to 10 days.
Precautions1. Spray after sunset: To avoid ultra- violet rays from the sun and to ensure no ‘burning of leaves’.1. Do not use with any biocides: They would kill the live microbes. Give a gap of 15 days.1. Ensure there is presence of compost in soil: Compost is substrate (food) for the microbes.
Mechanism (Microbes) Lactic Acid Microbes: Creates a barrier to keep harmful microbes away Yeast: The Bioactive Substances such as Hormones and Enzymes produced by Yeasts. Promote Active Cell and Root Division Phototrophic Microbes: Photosynthetic bacteria break down harmful substances from secretion of roots into useful substances for plant growth. The metabolites developed are absorbed directly by plants and act as substrates for increasing beneficial population of microbes.
Mechanism (herbs)Aloevera: It is rich in Vitamins such as A,B1,B2,B6,B12,C and E, Choline and Folic acid. Theanthraquinone or phenolic compounds have antimicrobial properties thus prevents plants fromdiseases. It acts a suitable substrate for the growth of beneficial microorganisms present in ‘HappyGarden’. Raw Banana:- It has an enzyme amylase that breaks down starch into sugar, thus helps in providing faster rate of growth to beneficial microbes also act as a substrate. It is a rich source vitamins, manganese and potassium thus provides essential minerals to soil. Soyabean:- The oligosaccharides present in it encourages the growth of Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus against putrefactive bacteria. It has isoflavones, genistein which acts as an oxidant (stimulating nitrate synthesis). Glyceollins of pherocarpans family have an antifungal activity against various Aspergillus species.Wheat Bran:- Rich in protein, thiamin, riboflavin and potassium required for the growth of beneficialmicroorganisms. Excellent source of minerals Fe, Mg, P, Zn, Cu, Mn and Se required to increase thefertility of soil.Barley:- It contains 8 essential amino acids which promotes the growth of beneficial microorganisms.It is a rich source of digestible sugar.
Mechanism (herbs) Garlic:- It yields allicin an antibiotic and antifungal compound (phytoncide). It has antimicrobial effects, inhibits aflatoxin. Its compounds have evolved as a defensive mechanism, deterring animals such as birds, insects and worms from eating plants. Capsicum:- High in nutritive value, rich in carotenoides, proteins which supports the growth of microorganisms. It shows antioxidant properties. Onion:- It is antioxidant in nature. It has several phytochemicals known as disulfides which have antimicrobial and antifungal properties. Tomato:- It is a rich substrate for the growth of beneficial microbes. it has antioxidant properties.Cabbage:- Source of vitamin C, and essential amino acids. It has indole-3-carbinol which boosts DNArepair in microbial cells.
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Perfect Fit1. Widen your product range: Additional benefits to farmers or gardens can be provided as the there are many advantages in ‘Happy Garden.2. Use of existing network: Your existing network can realize sales of ‘Happy Garden’ with minimal investment.3. Growth sector: The garden market is growing with the growth of disposable income in the hands of the middle class. It is estimated by McKinsey that this income will rise 4 fold by 2025.4. Multiple segment focus: The product can be used both for gardening and re-positioned for agriculture as well.5. Get into the future:‘Happy Garden’ being certified organic is a product of the future as more and more people prefer not to use chemicals.
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