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Do Subscribe To Ekeeda Channel and press bell icon to get updates about latest Engineering HSC and IIT-JEE Mains an advance videos. Hello students today will be studying chapter Miceobes in human welfare in that will be studying today about biofertilizers when I say biofertilizers bio means organic or naturally available and fertilizers and nothing but manuals which enrich the nutrient nutrition content of a soil or nutritive value of a soil now there are various chemical fertilizers available today we will be studying about fertilizers which are present organic or which are naturally available. Biofertilizers Biofertilizers are easily available that who knows cause any pollution to the soil but what are this bio fertilizers made up of bio fertilizers are basically made up of organisms it could be simple organisms like earth moon which enrich the soil quality when a bone is added into soil it passes to the field and burrows the soil or the field and in this process it mixes all the nutrients of the soil it enriches the soil quantity by the biological activity microorganisms increase the fertility or the effectivity of the soil when you compare with chemical fertilizers biofertilizers do not cause any harm to the soil an example of National bio fertilizers which are available on microbial cases would be sino bacteria one fungi and different kinds of bacteria sino bacteria is nothing but blue green agate now this blue-green alga is naturally present inside rice fields and in rice fields it helps to transport nitrogen while the rice crop is growing we all know that rice crops means a lot of water and nitrogen fixation in rice lands is done by cyanobacteria while adding nutrients this biofertilizers increase other phytonutrients like nitrogen phosphorus in the soil and the crop grows very effectively biofertilizers are the cheap source of nitrogen fixing and well as phosphorus fish fixing ailments available so let us see how by for let's help [Applause] my offer glazes organisms that help to enrich soil quantity and increase soil fertility by their biological activity it means organisms help the plant to increase in phosphorus nitrogen content naturally without causing any damage to the crop of the field a dundas biofertilizers main source of biofertilizers are bacterium it could be symbiotic or symbolic like a nabina not stock etc fungi as well as cyanobacteria this organisms president biofertilizers causes nutritional content of soil to increase rapidly this could be nitrogen phosphorus and sulfur without causing any damage to the crops or without having any side effects on crop or crop cycle they are cheap source of fertilizer secondly they are much effective than chemical fertilizers like urea which cause a lot of damage to crop cause pollution and even it is expensive in this part of the chapter we have studied how biofertilizers have helped humankind and what are the great aspects of bio fertilizer as compared to chemical fertilizer I hope you all have understood till early about this topic thank you
yo! have you heard about FAA or Fish Amino Acid there are lots of video tutorials on how to it but I just want to share to you my technique of making this and why I am making FAA? and the effect of this to my vegetables FAA is one of the concoctions that used in NFTS or Natural Farming Technology System one of that is CALPHOS that I already published here FAA is a liquid bio-fertilizer that made from Fish effective fertilizer to nourish plants especially for the vegetables in order to grow healthier and keeps the soil condition one of the reason why my plants are healthy so easy to make FAA. The materials we need are Fish Molasses, clean drum or pail and fine nets its okay to use fish parts like head, gills, scales, fish entrails and bones. if Molasses is not available in your place, use Muscovado Sugar as alternative but Molasses is more cheaper this is the food for the good micro organisms in the soil more good microbes much better because it helps the plant roots to draw more nutrients and this would be the reason that our soil will become healthy not necessary to spend money to buy fish of making FAA what I did was, I went to public market and I asked fish vendor to give their fish waste parts for free like entrails, etc. and they have also leftovers spoiled fish. I just approached one vendor but others fish vendors asking me if I can take out their waste too some are willing to deliver it in the farm even if every afternoon so they will not be bothered where they can disposed their waste see! even if how many drums we need, we are able to get it for free nothing to worry because we can ask it for free in market I got 2 pails. I washed it thoroughly to clean and remove bloods Total of 11kg for the fish parts so I mixed 11kg of Molasses because the ratio mixture is 1:1 if the fish is 1 kilo then 1 kilo of molasses either in mixing fish and molasses, much better to wear gloves for safety purposes I am used to this so I mix it with my bare hands but gently and carefully to avoid get hurt it has a stenchy smell but we need to endure it its part of the work process. once the molasses is mixed the smells become better prepare clean drum which here we put the mixtures and let it be fermented cover it with net on the top and put clean stones to press the mixtures downward before covering the drum place fine net first to prevent the entry of eggs and larvae of house flies to avoid contamination then cover and seal it. write the date if when it can be harvested. Fermentation will takes 14 days up to 20 days place the drum away of Children's reach and animals and not expose to heat and rain Here we go my friends after 20 days we are going to harvest we will extract the FAA juice as you see, there are many maggots but did not able to enter inside because of the fine nets I installed to extract it fast i put drum and G.I. screen on the top of it and net. then we position the drum upside down to naturally flow the liquid substance which is already the liquid fertilizer were able to harvest 2 gallons or 12 liters the extracted substrates can be added and mixed it again with molasses to ferment again for second time so I mixed 10kg of Molasses and I ferment it for 10 days for second extraction, I was able to harvest 8 liters total of 20 liters of liquid fertilizer which is plenty enough if we will buy a commercial liquid fertilizer the price is ranging from 250 to 400 per liter it means we can save a lot of money if we produce our own fertilizer. Like us, we are able to save more especially the raw material which is fish was free we can apply this through spraying as foliar fertilizer we can also mix it in water through drenching method or to water our plants mix 2tbsp of FAA in 1 liter of water if our pail is 16L capacity, mix 32 tbsp of FAA or 2 cans of sardine same thing to knapsack sprayer if we are going to apply through foliar recommended time of application is 4-6AM and 4-6 PM during this time the microbes in the soil are active so easy and effective not only the plant will benefit also the soil this is more effective to leafy vegetables because it contains high in Nitrogen I always used this in my lettuce, pechay, kale, bunching onions, mustard, etc. and also for the big plants Here, I just show to you that it doesn't required to cost money in making FAA because it is free to get from fish vendors it is a good program or project to be done by DA LGU for suggestion, since market is under control of DA they can collect the waste product in market especially the fish parts then processed it into a fertilizer and later give it to the farmers this would be a helpful step to promote natural farming and educate people that fish can be processed into a good fertilizer this will help to minimize the waste in market and not somewhere else the vendors disposed their waste products it think this is easy they only need to put drums in the market then collect it every afternoon I can't imagine how many foliar fertilizer that they will able to make In our planting method, if we would like to make our plants healthy and more harvest is we need to be industrious one thing consider is we must be diligent in producing our own fertilizer like this FAA and many more being a plant grower enthusiast we must learn how to save especially on how we fertilize our crops and why my vegetables are healthy... because I applied it with more organic fertilizer and one of those is this fish extracts. yo!
One of my favourite ways to feed the garden is by liquid fertiliser. Nutrients are immediately absorbed through the roots and leaves which is great for hungry, summer-fruiting vegetables like tomatoes and cucumbers, peppers, aubergines, zucchinis and melons. My summertime recipe is made up of comfrey, stinging nettle and cleavers or bidibidis as most people know them. We make our fertiliser in 200-litre black bins but for a home gardener you can use a 20-litre pail like this. In the pail what you want to do is add your green manure. You can add your cleavers, comfrey, your stinging nettles and you can also add other things like thistles, some seaweed and other garden weeds. Just be careful to not add things from the tomato family. What you want to do is push it down as hard as you can and then when it's full, fill this with water, cover it with a lid and leave it. If you leave it in a space for about a month, after that time you'll find this has turned into a black liquid. Here's a barrel of the liquid fertiliser we made a couple of months earlier. The lid sits loosely on top to stop any expansion in the barrel. You may notice in your barrel sometimes you have some little larvae floating in it. These are the hoverfly larvae and they're great for your garden. There's no need to worry about those. With the barrel it always pays to give it a good stir before you use it to mix the mixture around. A lot settles on the bottom and that can be all turned up. This is also good to put on the garden at the end. It's a good mulch. Now when taking liquid out of the barrel, we try to sort of make it the colour of weak tea. Now this is a little bit stronger so we'll probably have to put a quarter of a bucket of this in and three-quarters of a bucket of water. This can be poured straight over the plants and onto the leaves. This is just pure comfrey, nettles and cleavers because that's really high in potassium, it's lower in nitrogen and it's great for your fruiting crops like your tomatoes and your capsicums and your beans and anything that's got a fruit on. If you're growing potatoes it can almost double the crop of your potatoes by putting comfrey liquid over them. You can add fish heads and animal manure to it but that's better for your winter crops - things like your kales and your silverbeets and your green leafy vegetables. They don't have a fruit on and they don't need that high potassium content. Another really great way to feed your soil is with something we call Black Gold. If you can't make compost, this is a great alternative. We use three key ingredients. We use coffee grounds, seaweed and preferably kelp if you can get it and an animal manure. Here we have the nitrogen, the carbon and all the minerals you need. You can put this on your bed over winter and layer it, cover it with black plastic. In spring you'll have a great compost that you can plant straight into. In this case we're going to make it in a black plastic bag. The reason we make it in a black plastic bag is we can leave this in a sunny place and it can cook quickly. Then we can add this lovely rich additive into our garden and our plants can feed on that. So to do this we need to layer it. So we're going to put layers of the coffee grounds... ... some of the seaweed, and you can see this is quite tough kelp, but with the other animal manures it will break down quickly. The difference between the seaweed and the kelp is, the kelp has so many more minerals and it's a better form for your garden. If you can't get the kelp which is from mostly the west coast beaches, seaweed is still a good alternative. And we'll add some of the cow manure, but you can also use sheep manure or chicken manure or horse manure, if you can get it, into your bin. Again we do our second layer now and we'll add some more coffee grounds... ... some more seaweed... ... and some more manure. And we'll put a final layer of coffee back on the top. And we'll get this bag, leave it in a sunny place, but we won't seal it. We'll still let it breathe and every so often, you can actually tip it over and move it and that will help aerate it as well.