Bhutan

Fig 1. Management of Wooly aphid by the use of Jeevatu based organic liquid manures
Site: Damchena, Bhutan

 

 

Management of stem black of apple

Fig 2: Management of Stem Black by the use of Jeevatu based organic liquid manures
Site: Damchena, Bhutan

  

Healing of infected part of stem black

Fig 3. Healing of infected part of Stem Black of Apple by the application of Jeevatu based organic liquid manures, and compost treated with Jeevatu

Fig 4. Management of Cidar rust  of apple by Jeevatu based organic liquid manuresSite: Damchena, Bhutan

Fig 4. Management of Cidar rust of apple by Jeevatu based organic liquid manures
Site: Damchena, Bhutan

 

Fig 5. Management of premature leaf fall by the use of Jeevatu based organic liquid manures and compost treated with Jeevatu

Fig 5. Management of premature leaf fall by the use of Jeevatu based organic liquid manures and compost treated with Jeevatu

 

Fig 6. Management of Citrus Decline of Mandarin Orange by Jeevatu based organic liquid manures and compost treated with Jeevatu.Site: Dagapela, Bhutan

Fig 6. Management of Citrus Decline of Mandarin Orange by Jeevatu based organic liquid manures and compost treated with Jeevatu.
Site: Dagapela, Bhutan

 

Fig 7. Management of Nutrient deficiency of Mandarin orange by the use of Jeevatu based organic liquid manures and compost treated with JeevatuSite: Dagapela, Bhutan

Fig 7. Management of Nutrient deficiency of Mandarin orange by the use of Jeevatu based organic liquid manures and compost treated with Jeevatu
Site: Dagapela, Bhutan

Fig 8. Bumper Production of potato after the application of compost treated with Jeevatu and Organic Liquid ManuresSite: Goeling, Bhutan

Fig 8. Bumper Production of potato after the application of compost treated with Jeevatu and Organic Liquid Manures
Site: Goeling, Bhutan

 

What is Jeevatu?

Jeevatu is a package of beneficial microbes found in natural conditions. This package of beneficial microbes is eco-friendly, sustainable and capable to manage plant nutrition and plant protection problems. Jeevatu is non-poisonous and harmless to eco-system. The key ingredients of Jeevatu are Lactic acid bacteria, Azotobacter,…

Why Jeevatu?

Global top concerns are Climate Change, permanent food/ nutrition security and city waste management. These issues are more relevant to the developing world. The capitals of developing countries are rapidly urbanized and experiencing the population explosion and facing extremes of environmental degradation in…

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