Kalagura Gampa Peanut Cake Fertilizer, popularly called the Groundnut cake fertilizer comes in a 1-kilogram pack of 100% pure and natural residual material of Groundnut only.
Kalagura Gampa Groundnut cake fertilizer is made from the residual material left after the extraction of peanut oil. It is an organic fertilizer packed with several nutrients; it is durable and stays in the soil for a long time as it does not evaporate.
- Rich in nitrogen, it has the highest rate of nitrification
- Suited for every type of farming, especially Terrace Gardening
- Increases water holding capacity of soil
- A Natural bio-fertilizer and Contains several vitamins & minerals
- Helps in maintaining C: N ratio in soil
- Enhances the soil condition which increases the yield
- Improves both structure and texture of the soil
Groundnut fertilizer supplies nitrogen which is a key nutrient element for plants, during its decomposition. It helps in improving the health of plants and thus enhances the crop yield. The use of organic waste in agriculture can reduce the need for chemical fertilizer.
The peanut cake fertilizer helps produce porous soil humus and promotes beneficial microbial growth. It helps enhance the crop yield as it improves the organic matter content of the soil. This fertilizer improves the soil texture, soil aeration, and the water holding capacity of the soil. This Groundnut cake fertilizer is suitable for all types of crops.
Kalagura Gampa Peanut/ Groundnut cake Fertilizer improves the organic matter content of the soil, helping improve soil texture, water holding capacity, and soil aeration for better root development.
HOW TO USE:
1 kilogram of peanut cake fertilizer should soak in 7-8 liters of water between 10-15 days (after soaking the lid closed). Fermentation prevents insects from being attracted to the plants.
Mix Kalagura Gampa Peanut Mixture –
100 g /liter of water or buttermilk.
Keep the mixture undisturbed for 2 – 3 days with a lid on, in a shaded. Separate the residue by filtering and dilute it 2 – 3 times with water. Finally, use the mix as a foliar spray, while the residue can be used directly or mixed with a sufficient amount of organic manure.
Depending on the size, age, and species of the plant, use the cake appropriately. And finally, Happy Gardening!