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1.High water holding capacity2.Acceptable pH & EC3.Excellent wettability, superior to peat4.Ability to retain nutrients against leaching and to buffer supply5.Unique water holding capacity6.Good drainage / aeration7.Less shrinkage8.Retains physical…
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White Turmeric (Curcuma aromatica Salisb)

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We Would like to introduce a multi faced herbal known as Original Kasturi Manjal and the botanic name is Curcuma aromatica Salisb which is  mentioned as ‘Vanaharidra’ in Ayurveda, belongs to the ‘ginger family’ Zingiberaceae.


 It is a perennial herb with characteristic aromatic rhizomes used in many traditional systems of medicines in India, China and other Southeast Asian countries. The rhizome of the plant is rich in alkaloids, flavonoids,…

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During the past several years, interest in Controlled Environment Ag (CEA) has virtually exploded. Current growers are expanding at a rapid pace and new entrants to the field abound. From greenhouse production to indoor vertical farming (IVF), we hear an unending list of stories of "new and innovative growing systems and techniques," all promising a countless array of benefits. Unfortunately, this isn't new.

Or maybe better yet, fortunately, this isn't…

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8th Africa Sugar 2018

8th Africa Sugar Outlook dates announced
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Dear Members,

The global sugar industry juggernaut chugs along, successfully navigating itself through the myriad of market variables. Africa is no different. The EU quota, the so called “war on sugar,” ongoing regional trade twists, production, pricing, investment, all forces are at play, and being deftly managed.

The region’s top Sugar conference is back to enable industry in more ways that one. After successive years of demonstrating value, the 2018 programme will once again have a fresh look that addresses all topical matters. Alongside many networking opportunities, this is an unmissable event for anyone in the sugar industry.

  • Africa’s largest sugar event with regional and global representation
  • 200+ participants representing Millers, Refiners, Traders, Government, and Industry bodies
  • Sugar and health – how consumption trends are changing
  • Pathways to sustainability
  • Global market movements and implications for Africa
  • Spotlight on production efficiencies, trade agreements and regional trade
  • Country profiles and trade / investment opportunities
  • Diversification trends and what applies to the African region
  • Sugar production technology developments and outlook
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Benefits of Coco Peat

1.High water holding capacity2.Acceptable pH & EC3.Excellent wettability, superior to peat4.Ability to retain nutrients against leaching and to buffer supply5.Unique water holding capacity6.Good drainage / aeration7.Less shrinkage8.Retains physical properties longer9.Light weight10.No pests, weeds, or diseases11.Odorless and pleasant to handle12.Natural and renewable resource If any one Intrested our Products please visit | Whatsapp +919786551386 | Email :

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How to Process Chicken Manure into Organic Fertilizer

As a good source of organic material for composting, chicken manure processed to fertilizer through compost and granulation can help to solve the problems of flies, maggots, odor and other pollution. Taking making 1 ton organic fertilizer for instance, Whirlston will introduce a method about how to process chicken manure into organic fertilizer: Mixing 800-900kg fresh chicken dung with 50-100kg rice hull and 50kg humic acid uniformly, then adding 5-10kg rice bran (or wheat bran, corn meal and…

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How to Compost Pig Manure into Organic Fertiliser

If you own a pig, you’ve got to deal with managing the manure. If you own a pig farm, you need to consider how to process the manure with more efficient and economic methods. Luckily, pig farmers can choose the related composting machine and organic fertilizer equipment to make manure biological organic fertilizer. In the case of composting, it’s safe to use this manure as a soil amendment. Nowadays, the advanced manure waste disposal machines can help to reduce the volume of pig slurry and…

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How to Make Cow Dung Fertilizer

Currently, the most common and valuable processing method is to turn cow dung/manure into sellable organic fertilizer. Cow dung is a derived product from wastes produced by cattle, providing high levels of organic materials and rich in nutrients, including about nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium as well as many other essential nutrients. According to the data, daily cow dung contain 12.9% DM and excreting a total of 0.15kg N, 0.04kg P and 0.08kg K. Moreover, cow manure also contains high…

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MoonCalTT Moon Gardening Calendar

MoonCalTT's Moon Gardening Calendar, it is a comprehensive hand book in the form of a monthly calendar which easily guides new and experienced gardeners by detailing the ideal times to perform all gardening related tasks. The times are derived from the position of the moon relative to a specific location. Thus far our Calendars cover Trinidad and Tobago,  Punjab (India), Texas (USA), Ontario (Canada) and the United Kingdom. What territory would you like to see a Calendar for? Feel free to like…

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