Jiwamrita (Miracle Microbial Culture)

Jiwamrita is not a fertilizer. There is no any need to apply any fertilizer for the growth of the crops. No question arises to utilize any fertilizer. Because our mother soil is originally ‘Annapurna’ i.e. full of nutrients. But these nutrients in the soil are in that stage, in which the roots cannot take or absorb those nutrients. That means, those nutrients are non- available for roots. Some microorganisms, fungus and earthworms have a ability to convert those non-available nutrients into available form. This soil biota i.e. useful microorganisms, fungus and earthworms are activated only using this Jiwamrita with irrigation water or Ghanjiwamrita at the sowing period to the soil. Deshi cow dung (dropping) is the main base of Jiwamrita. Deshi cow dung (Gomaya) is ocean of effective microorganisms, which are converters. We have read in our ancient literature that Deshi cow has in it’s intestine 33 crores of ‘Dewas’ i.e. ‘Gods’ are residential. I think that these 33 crores Gods are actually the species of effective microorganisms which are beneficial for soil biological saturation.

How to prepare Jiwamrita?

Ingredients of Jiwamrita

Water 200 Litre
Deshi Cow Dung 10 Kg
Deshi Cow Urine 5 to 10 Litre

Jaggery OR

Sugarcane Juice OR

Ripen Fruit Pulp

1 to 2 Kg

4 Litre

1 Kg

Flour of any Pulses

(Beans, Black gram, Cowpea, Bengal gram, Red gram, Pigeon pea)

2 Kg
Soil from Bund of farm or forest One Handful
 STEP 1

Take 200 litres water in a barrel for one acre crop utilization.

STEP 2

Add 10 kg Cow dung or with cow dung mixture of bullock or buffalo in that water. Mix the deshi cow dung in that water by the tips of your fingers well.

STEP 3

Stir it well by a stick clock wise.

STEP 4

Then add broken small pieces of Jaggery.

STEP 5

Again stir it well.

STEP 6

Then Add Pulses flour in that solution.

STEP 7

Then add Deshi cow urine or urine of bullock and buffalo mixed with the Deshi cow urine or human urine with Deshi cow urine.

STEP 8

Add handful soil from the bund or forest in that solution.

STEP 9

Stir it well.

STEP 10

Keep the cover of jute bag on the barrel.

STEP 11

Keep this solution quite stable for three days to ferment.

STEP 12

During fermentation, the poisonous gases like Ammonia, Methane, Carbon-mono-oxide, Carbon dioxide, are emitted. Through the holes of jute bag these gases are evacuated in the atmosphere and aerobic fermentation process is going on with the high speed. For that purpose, we have utilized jute bag to cover the barrel.

STEP 13

Stir this solution by the branch of tree thrice a day.

STEP 14

Keep the barrel in shade or shadow. Do not expose Jiwamrita to straight sunlight or rain.

STEP 15

Now Jiwamrita is ready for utilization.

STEP 16

You can utilize this Jiwamrita after three days. Within three days, Jiwamrita is totally saturated by microbial count. This count is uncountable count. All these microorganisms are useful, beneficial, effective microorganisms. These are the converter microbes, which take conversion of soil nutrients from non-available into available form.

STEP 17

This Jiwamrita is not a fertilizer; it is a best culture of uncountable effective micro-organisms. Also, this Jiwamrita is the best fungicide, ocean of hormones and the best medicine.

STEP 18

This Jiwamrita is not a fertilizer; it is a best culture of uncountable effective micro-organisms. Also, this Jiwamrita is the best fungicide, ocean of hormones and the best medicine.

Application of Jiwamrita

  1. Jiwamrita can be applied to the crops twice a month 200 litre per acre.
  2. You can give Jiwamrita directly with flowing water in flood irrigation.
  3. For drip irrigation, you have to filter the Jiwamrita with a cloth properly and then give it.