Foreword Farmers’ Experiences with Homa Organic Farming India Mango, Uttar Pradesh Sericulture & Floriculture, Karnataka Cashew Nut, Maharashtra Sugarcane, Karnataka Soya Bean, Madhya Pradesh Cotton, Maharashtra Mango & Potato, Uttar Pradesh South America Banana Turkey and Middle East Effect of Homa Organic Farming on Environment Effect on Acidic Soil, Poland Effect on Water Resources, Australia Agnihotra and Radioactivity Scientific Evaluation Dr Ulrich Berk Dr Rameshwar Dr Selvaraj Dr Shendye Action Plan What is Homa Organic Farming Homa Psychotherapy Annexures

Dr Tej Partap Organic agriculture is a two dimensional opportunity; one, for developing organic agribusiness both for export and domestic market by focusing on organic production of niche products. And second, more important is the potential of organic agriculture as an important livelihood opportunity for small resource poor farmers with low input costs and quality food production. Organic agriculture also holds last hope to the farmers facing debt and suicide conditions. Accordingly, there are two kinds of organic farmers; one the large estate owners, contract farmers associated with corporate sector and doing organic farming as agribusiness opportunity. There are those with small land holdings of rain fed marginal farmlands, looking for options which reduce their dependence on external inputs, reduce cost of cultivation and provide food and income security using on farm resources and the family labour. The small farmers have no access to credit, one or two animals, no irrigation facilities, no access to adequate quantity of biomass and composting. The resources available for organic farming with them are; cow dung and urine, biomass from few trees, farmland for growing crops. With this resource base at hand, farmers look for technological options for enrichment of soil, management of temperature, conservation of rain water, maximum harvesting of sun energy, self reliance in inputs, maintenance of natural cycles and life forms, integration of livestock of the family with farming. Organic agriculture offers farmers, better options to achieve these. Organic agriculture implies that farmer grows his crops without using chemical fertilizers and pesticides, by producing manure, using organic wastes available and pest control methods in his own farm, provides for adequate water by adopting rain water harvesting, and ultimately provide a conducive atmosphere for effective growth of plants and animals and good working conditions. Among the options available is Homa Farming, also called Agnihotra. It is known to purify the atmosphere, removing pathogens the causes of several crop diseases. It involves performing regular Vedic ritual at sunrise and sunset for few minutes. Though Vedas give many definitions of sunrise, but one of the definitions, explaining its value for nourishing the vegetable kingdom, is used as the basis of Homa farming. It is further complimented by Om Tryambakam Homa, a continuous exercise of chanting mantras for several hours on the farm. Homa is a pyramid fire technique from ancient Atharva Veda. The technical term Yajnya , denotes a process of removing the toxic conditions of the atmosphere through the agency of fire. The purified atmosphere is said to make beneficial effects on plants in the influence zone of the farmland, livestock and farmer’s family. The purification of the atmosphere through Homa is said to lead to an intensification of life energy (prana). It is postulated that crops under Homa Farming develop cylindrical veins of vascular tissue with an above average diameter, permitting water and nutrients to move faster, which support better growth and productivity. The use of this ancient knowledge of Homa ‚the pyramid of fire‛ in farming, revived in late 20th century in Latin America as well as in India by Shree Vasant Paranjpe and his followers is now spreading among the farming community. Homa, the pyramid of fire, has a strong potential for increasing the yield and quality of crops, food grains, vegetables and fruits, alike. It also seems to be regulating insect infestation and fungal disease in crops in an ecologically sound manner. Soil characters with significant effect on yield such as plant availability of nutrients appear to be improved. There are now definite examples of Homa Farming experiences and success stories among the farmers in India. The scientific community, however, may have lot of apprehensions about the scientific value of this technique and reservations about promoting Homa as an effective organic farming technology. It is not without reason, very often, scientific community becomes constrained by the through? process since principles of ecological science are rarely applied in agriculture science, as much as these should have been.

Ecological principles, offer an opportunity to widen the horizon of thinking and reasoning to give space to the value of ecosystem energetics. Within this domain also come, value ecology and cosmic energy and their implications to agricultural ecosystems. It is a science which we have still not ventured in. While chemistry dominated agricultural sciences in the 20th century, it is time that fundamentals of physics of agriculture are explored and used to the best of their value in the 21st century. And organic farming, taken out from Vedic courses, falls under this domain. Homa farming today suffers from lack of informed knowledge and experiences, scarcity of experts and virtual absence of institutional support. While it will be useful for organic farmers to apply it as one of the complimentary methods together with other organic practices on their farmlands, but emphasis on R&D in Homa Farming would help clear doubts of many who maintain their reluctance to promote it as a potential organic farming option. Under the back drop of such circumstances, I appreciate efforts of the organizers of the meeting to create a platform for sharing knowledge and experience with respect to Homa farming. Participants to the meeting have shared lot of useful information, both about technological processes and experiences of impacts on various crops and farming conditions. This rich information needs to be made available widely. For that I appreciate the efforts of Dr Ulrich Berk in putting together the information in the form of a publication. It will be, I am sure, of much value to researchers, extension workers and farmers as well as to those keeping interest in organic agriculture and Homa Farming.


Vice Chancellor CSK Himachal Pradesh Agriculture University, Palampur-176062 April 18, 2009


I don’t perform Agnihotra on my second farm but still there is increase in production as compared to last year. Also my neighboring farmers are getting benefited because of my farming methods. Block – Hasanganj. From my experience of past four years. In the end I propose to all that this method which is developed by Shree Gajanan and Holy Shree Paranjpe can be used in farming by all farmers which has a good effects on health and can produce good quality of yield. rajma and barseem (cow fodder). Germany. Holland. I have a second farm which is near to my farm and I can see the good effects of Homa Farming on that farm. By mixing three handfuls of Agnihotra ash in water and putting this mixture in the sun for three days and spraying them on plants. I also sprayed Jivamrut on Mango trees. Before the flowering season for Mangoes I sprayed biosol for four times in September and November. I have awesome results just by performing Agnihotra at sunrise and sunset and four hours of Om Tryambakam Homa. I had grown my mangoes by using this practice called Homa Organic Farming. Ramesh Chandra Tiwari. By performing Agnihotra and using Agnihotra ash. vermicompost and water. first year the yield was less but in second year yield was 50 percent (30 Tons). texture and without any disease. Canada. I am a farmer from village – Khanpur Sirauli. K. R. This is a very simple type of farming which comes from Rig Veda and has been successfully practiced in countries like Chile. Pest control is easier and cheaper by this method. So in this way even without using any chemical fertilizers and pesticides I will have 50 tons of mango yield by organic methods. UP Ramesh Chandra Tiwari My name is Mr. Rajkumar Awasthi had higher production of potatoes. We should also know that using chemicals for growing mangoes may help mangoes look good from the outside but actually it’s harmful to eat. third year was 40 Tons and this year 65 tons of yield is expected but due to storms and bad climate 15 tons of mango yield was destroyed. .5 hectare and the remaining land is used to grow wheat and other types of grains. Mr. Homa ash. Lucknow Safeda and Chousa). Bananas (Variety – Grandnan) and Guava (Variety – Lalit and Elahabadi Safeda) on 0. My farm is healthy without any disease and other farmers who are using chemicals have problems with diseases. I have a 12 hectares farm in 3 hectares of which I have planted Mango (Variety – Dasheri. I had seen that performance of Agnihotra has helped to control pests and weeds on my farm and also there is continuous increase in the production each year.75 hectare. I had also seen that diseases can be cured by practice of Agnihotra. By using this method I have not used any fertilizers and pesticides from last four years. America and many other different countries. District – Unnao. In nearby areas of my farm the mango yield is much less as compared to my farm. Pathak who is the Chief Consultant of National Horticulture Mission to practice this type of farming.EXPERIENCES WITH HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN MANGO BELT. I had the highest production of mango in the area of Hasanganj which is in the mango-growing belt. this is more effective way to control pests than by spraying chemicals pesticides. Peru. Bel on 0. Through this letter I want to share a type of farming practice which is cheaper and pollution free. But by growing mangoes by Homa Organic farming methods will produce a better mango in taste. I have performed Agnihotra and sprayed Biosol which is a mixture of cow dung. I have been guided by Dr.

The crop was good but believe me I lost the mulberry leaves of that plot for a year due to the effects of these pesticides. That day I decided to go organic.‛ I STARTED DOING AGNIHOTRA in my green house and in a few weeks time it showed results. When I and my wife Asha. Great thoughts. visited Abhay’s farm to sell our product. They fed on pests in the green house and also later made my farm their home and started nesting giving a . Started sericulture in 1996 in 1. who is a true life partner to me. Results flowed one after the other. then the predators to destroy the attack of whiteflies on gerbera plants in the green house. That’s when I woke up to find the reasons. We saw the Agnihotra Resonance Point. I was amazed to get a fairly good yield. This continued for almost a year. Terrible was the residual effect of the treacherous pesticide. being with me in the toughest of periods and bearing these experiments in agriculture which I was going through.1/2 acres extra land available in my factory premises. Then on there was no stopping. Mr Abhay. This gave me a great boost and I decided to expand my sericultural activities. I noticed a lot of birds in the farm. I was forced to buy water and after a lot of research I could have a rain water harvesting and well recharging in place. The moment a silkworm ate that leaf it vomited. Water was in scarcity. Expansion in sericulture of 2 acres of mulberry plantation was undertaken and till the plants grew. Excellent growth with record yield and no pest attack were its characteristics in the first few years wherein I recovered the investment done. An inner voice prompted ‚ all this just for me to understand the purpose of my life to be. by producing manures using organic wastes available and pest control methods in his own farm. By this the quality of leaves improved and I got the first taste of organic matter doing the trick.EXPERIENCES WITH HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN SERICULTURE & FLORICULTURE Tejasvi Naik Organic agriculture is complete when a farmer grows his crop without using chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Here are some of my experiences which I want to share with you. with much gratitude to His holiness SHREE Vasant Paranjpe whose gift to the farming community is immense. I wanted to market it as organic. The RESONANCE POINTS were then set up by Mrs Anne. I am a Textile engineer. all this available by AGNIHOTRA HOMA FARMING TECHNIQUES. so I located Mr Abhay Mutalikdesai who was then running a organic food club. It was good but proving costly. Having looked at it with wide open eyes and ears. Here I was introduced to HOMA FARMING technique. This time without using any chemical fertilizers or pesticides. This prompted me to reduce chemical inputs and increase organic instead. First the birds moved in. 1. performed Tryambakam Homa and after knowing the effects. In the first year I could get good crops as the area was new to it. provides for adequate water by adopting rain water harvesting. In the first three months of starting Agnihotra on the farm. Great atmosphere was what I felt and so did all the visitors to my farm. it was EUREKA! ! !. Second expansion of another 2 acres was undertaken and again I took an intercrop of cauliflower. By now I had also taken up a course in green house technology and started a green house to grow carnation flowers. In the next couple of years there were crop losses due to diseases to the silk worm. as also the crop loss due to contamination of disease causing bacteria and virus did not end. I took a intercrop of cauliflower using pesticides. These are words come out of my experiences in agriculture from the 12 years I have been a farmer. providing unconventional power generation and ultimately provide a conducive atmosphere for the effective growth of plants and animals and good working conditions. who introduced me to this great treasure – healer technology. facilitated by the God sent person. I was told that the mulberry leaves in the farm had become papery and that I should be adding FYM in large quantities.

In the last one year I have regularly obtained 80kg per 100 dfls. Mynas. Sparrows. No garden lizards? Such was the effect of Agnihotra. love birds. My neighbour informed me it was visible that his 2 acre sugarcane was unaffected when the whole village had the problem. 4. Harmony and vision through Agnihotra? 13. Baya weaver. My Manager who does the regular Agnihotra on the farm and also consumes the ash has his Diabetes well in control. You will not believe that I use only Agnihotra ash as antiseptic for all cuts and bruises. 9. Men at work? Agnihotra??? I have reports from the CSB that in one of the crop csr2 X csr4 the pairing was so great that it yielded 62 grams eggs/100coccoons as against the average being 26 gm and a good yield is around 40 gm. 12. generation of birds. Parrots. Last two years there have been NO crop failures. 11. I don’t know what they are doing there. wood pecker. Crows. More Agnihotra! Powdery Mildew is a common pest on mulberry leaf. the pupa was so full of vigour and vitality. My cocoons are purchased instantly in the auction fetching better rates. Babblers. I failed to know this phenomenon. Asian Koel. 6. Pigeons. No mealy bugs too. 2. Fly catchers. 7. Robins. Distinctly visible are the Greater coucal (Bharadwaj). Brilliant ideas in allocating jobs with responsibilities. 8. But my farm is free from it by the presence of the Lady bird beetle (scymnus nubilus) which are in abundance acting as a natural predator. No boundaries for Agnihotra. No Dettol please! Found the healer!! Agnihotra the saviour!!! . Kingfishers. Cranes. My sericulture crops which suffered due to diseases gradually improved. Owls. Reelers have expressed higher silk content in my cocoons. and lots more and in pairs. I also killed one as it was entering my sericulture rearing shed mistaking that they had arrived to eat the silk worms. Average is one pairing and good being two. No labour problems. size of leaf improved tremendously and it showed on the yield/acre. It is also found in larger quantities in the garden adjoining the Agnihotra kutir. Agnihotra all the way. 10. Agnihotra In my latest crop. Agnihotra? Leaf quality. 3. Unbelievable Agnihotra< Number of earthworms in the farm have increased and you can see herds of Millipedes. Agnihotra indeed. I noticed a hundred odd Garden Lizards on the casuarina trees adjoining the green house. Shortly I will be having a tie up with a quality reeler from Sirsi for reeling cocoons and with Malavalli grainage for my seed cocoons.‛ No white fly. Bulbuls. ensuring quality work. The lady worker reported that day ‚all gerbera plants are free from white fly attack. During the time when wooly aphid attacked sugarcane crop. Shocking Effect<. so they bid for a higher price. That is 30% more than the state’s average and 20% higher than any good sericulturist. Once all of a sudden. Customer confidence made possible by Agnihotra results. Result is awaited on the actual performance. Few days passed and one fine day all of them disappeared. The scientist at the grainage at CSB’s Malavalli unit informed that there will be three pairings taken from each of the male moths.

From our discussions with Him. This old science is the best science and these 50 villages I want to present to the world. But my trees give more than 5kg per tree. . thousands of human beings in the country. I have traveled to Sindhudurg. what we realized was. I strongly believe there is no other technology which is economical and at the same time gives healthy and better produce. By eating these Homa therapy farm products I am healthy and I do not fall sick. There is a difference of 20%. The yield I get from my farm is higher than the yield available from other neighbouring farms. I am Indian. they fall sick and their work efficiency becomes less. We came across Gurudev Shree Vasant Paranjpe between 1998 and 1999. These people. These people are in such a position that their decisions effect nearby areas. Another point we found out from Him was that for healthy farming the environment should be healthy and to achieve this a simple procedure of Agnihotra is advised. not a science which was developed in the last 50 years. I stay in Mumbai and I have a farm of two hundred acres. Secondly. 80 kilometers away from Mumbai. there is a science which has been practiced for the last 5000 years. the cow is an important part in farming and this is the reason why the cow has been given an important place in our scriptures and culture. If we use the correct combination of cow and Agnihotra then we can achieve the same result in farming as our forefathers enjoyed. I have planted patchouli and vetiver. Then we selected five villages around our farm and tried to translate this Agnihotra technology to the farmers of these five villages. So we would like to provide food to these people first. There 5 to 6 year old trees give 2 to 3 kg of cashew nuts. then he will earn decent profit. We want to show the world that whatever these 50 villages are producing is all by using the technologies on which mankind was surviving for more than 5000 years. Goa and Kerala. If we compare my produce like cashew. these types of people will be my clients. We told the farmers: we will give you all the inputs for the farming and we will give you 20% extra for your produce.EXPERIENCES WITH HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN CASHEW NUT Venkatesh Kulkarni First of all. Whatever is produced in these 50 villages. the leaders of the society. This means I produce 50 to 60% more than others using this technology. They are worried about their health. There are many people in Mumbai who are rich. From my personal experience I would like to repeat this is a very good farming technology and all farmers should follow this. for aromatic crops. I have 8 to 9 year old Kesar mango trees. the decisions makers. I have cashew nut trees which are 5 to 6 years old. In this technology there is no chance of a farmer becoming bankrupt. Starting from 5 villages. This type of people should be given Homa Organic Farm produce for eating. I think that this ancient technology is more reliable as it has been used for the last three to five thousand years. so they are cautious about the nutrient content of their food but they are not concerned about the costs of the food. Only you have to keep at least 1 cow on your farm and perform Agnihotra regularly. Homa Therapy is Indian and still I have to admit that I could not do that dedicated work you are doing here. have wrong eating habits. There is a reason behind this. now in 2008 we have come up to 23 villages and in the next years we want to increase this number to 50 villages. I want to congratulate the Homa Therapy teachers for all the work you have done all over the world and in India. Kesar Mango trees around my area give 50 to 60 kg of produce. This makes me believe if any farmer uses this technology. But in my farm I get 90 kg per tree. We started Homa Organic farming with the help of cows from 1998 so we have used this technology for approximately 10 years and this is the only solution for farmers now.

We will have training centers to teach these farmers. our training institute will take care of all this. Under which certificate these goods can be exported. come to us. Villages from any part of India will come together. Europe. You follow our Homa farming technology. We will pay you 20% extra for farm products. You may be located in any part of India. We will teach them.During development and after these 50 villages are developed we will make our own software. China. tell them how to fill their farms. . After we succeed in 50 villages we can go all over India with Homa Organic Farming technique. America. We will teach them which certificate is required. Their Homa farm produce which will be of international standard will be exported to Japan.

The changes we initially adopted was with a mere economic outlook. The reduced usage of chemicals increased the soil fertility and the mulching created a favourable microclimate. best crop response to lower chemical fertilizer application was noticed. By 1995 the whole farm was covered with abundant natural vermicasts indicating the earthworm activity at its peak. In 15 acres he got 400 bags of paddy. The production of Sugar Cane in 1995 reached 1200 M Tonne in 25 acres. If you loose your crop or make losses by doing organic farming we are not responsible.EXPERIENCES WITH HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN KARNATAKA Abhay Mutalik Desai B. E-mail:. why organic farming? We cannot grow more or equivalent to chemical farming by adopting organic farming. but very soon we realized we were following life sustaining strategies and methods. our lives were destroyed by doing chemical farming for 30 years. His index of success was maximum yield per acre at any cost. My father started his farming career in 50 acres from 1956 at village Sutagatti Tal: Belgaum Karnataka.09900775633 I pay my due respects to SHREE. In 30 acres he was growing about 2000 M Tonne Sugar Cane. Buy One and Get One Free is not a today’s slogan. lower crop response and reduced productivity against higher chemical and energy inputs. Mismanagement of the soil resulted erosion of topsoil. But after 1974 things started changing. sugarcane production reaching the record lowest 350 M. water and labour needs. I did not start adopting organic farming principles in 1990 because I met any teacher or read any books. In this improved health of soil condition. He was a pioneer grower of paddy with chemicals.homafarming@rediffmail. The earthworm vermicasts in soil along with trash helped to maintain soil moisture for longer period in summer and enhanced the crop yield. The bitter experience of chemical farming opened our eyes and forced us to adopt well planned strategies in agriculture. I met Late Krishi Rishi Shri Purshotham Rao of Thirthahalli Dist: Shimoga in 1995 our first master guide in organic . In 1956 my father got a few bags of ammonium sulphate FREE from the agricultural department. Karnataka. Some people and scientific community in particular now many times put a question to me why Homa Therapy with organic farming and not just organic. decreased rainfall and water scarcity in summer. ORGANIC FARMING from 1995 I had always wished to have a bio-diversified farm and an alternative cropping system for Sugarcane. this was a popular stand of the agricultural scientists in Karnataka. My agricultural career started in 1990 and we implemented the following: a) b) Non burning of any trash and mulching to control weeds and save labour Efficient usage of water and reduced chemical fertilizers by fertigation through sprinklers only. Before I answer this question I come to a basic question then asked to me in Mob:. He was encouraged based on the persistent idea that a higher use of external chemical inputs will lead to higher outputs. The soil was dying and chemical farming became a painful experience by 1989.Tonne in 25 acres.E (Chemical) Village Sutagatti :Tal :Belgaum. Chemicalised farming based on factory made chemicals had a romantic beginning. deforestation. before I share my Homa Organic farming experiences. Higher use of chemicals resulted in degradation of soil affecting soil health and life of the diverse flora and fauna. His initial success made him an easy fall of prey to the charm of chemical farming. We had no money to apply chemicals to the degraded soil and no enough water to quench the thirst of the chemical crops in summer.

lower energy inputs. Heal the atmosphere with Agnihotra Homa and the healed atmosphere will take care of your farm along with minimum organic farming practices.  No attack of wooly aphid on sugarcane except in 2005 on a small portion (about 10 gunthas). I worked a lot with my farm workers to manage the health of the crops. cereals . lesser water and labour. The analysis report of its first kind in India attached below:( This analysis was carried out by Ex Principal Microbiologist Dr O. natural red millipede compost all over the farm. this type of maximum activity of red millipede has not been observed in any organic farms in India. age and sex. soapnut . HOMA-ORGANIC FARMING from 1999 In 1999 I first met SHREE. HOMA ORGANIC EXPERIENCES OF SUTAGATTI  Highest Vanillin content 2. In view of above factors since 1995 under the valuable guidance of Late Shri Purshotham Rao we the organic farmers of Karnataka had adopted successful different systems. Growing nutritional food without any chemicals by strengthening the subtle energy structure of plants to enhance plant health and yield. pepper. (International commercial oils contain 27-28% Vanillin). Tested at CFTRI Mysore. if alone organic farming practices are not giving the desired results.teak .pulses and oil seeds in 15 acres. (Since 2002 thousands of acres in northern Karnataka and southern Maharashtra were severely affected including some organic farms. numerous biological preparations on our farms to control pests and diseases and promotion of plant growth.  Another very important distinct feature. superior quality as compared to any other organic farm produce in Northern Karnataka. religion. Agnihotra Homa and Om Tryambakam Homa can be done daily by any person irrespective of caste. HOMA Therapy can be used with any system of organic farming.2005 28-32 bags per acre variety China ponni (0ne bag is 75kg)  2006 28 bags per acre variety Prassanna (90 days Aerobic Rice)  25 bags per acre variety Lala Kadha.P. in the year 2004.)  Organically Certified (USDA and EU specifications) excellent export quality processed sugarcane whole sugar and jaggery since 2006.vegetables.91% in processed vanilla beans for the year 2000 in India. Wooly aphid attack was controlled by natural predators dipha and micromus. These were the words from Shree Vasant Paranjpe which changed my vision. (No Organic manures given to the soil). coffee. I immediately adopted HOMA with my organic farming for all 50 acres.Rupella of ICRISAT Patencheru A.P) . By 1999-2000 many scientific people in Karnataka started believing that successful organic farming was possible ! Table 1: Sugar Cane (20-25 acres) Year Variety Irrigation Water GPM Gals/min 900 240 240 240 Electric Power HP/Hrs 30/24 20/16 20/12 20/6 Chemical NPK Kg/acre 1000 400-200 200-75 HOMAORGANIC FARMING Yield MT/ acre 14 25-50 40-45 40-45 Farm Machine 1989 1990-95 1995-99 1999-09 CO-740 Co-740 Co 8014/8011 Co 89014 C0 94012 Flood Sprinkler Sprinkler Sprinkler 50 HP Tractor 50 HP Tractor 50 HP Tractor 1 pair of bullocks and 10 HP Power Tiller.  Good yield in paddy with minimum effort  2004. I started growing organic vanilla. Tested at Spice Board Evaluation Laboratory Cochin  Highest Vanillin content 36% in CO2 Vanilla oil. creed. I wanted to practice simple and successful organic farming with lower cost of production.farming.

10 thousands.329 0. SUP= study under progress. . I conclude requesting the scientific community particular in India to carry out experiments if possible to understand how the subtle energies influence the plant kingdom and environment or believe on the results obtained.10 4.56 7.64 Azotoba cter like population 5. Farmers adopted organic farming themselves last decade and were successful and would continue to use Homa Therapy now to become successful and to protect themselves from environmental challenges.329 0.55 6.Table 1. ‘Azotobacter like population’ suggests population of the bacteria with ability to access nitrogen from air.61 5.89 4. Microbial population (log10 cfu/g) and chemical properties of millipede compost. They will not wait for the scientific communities approval.97 ND Total fungal population 4. 3.e. farm of Mr Abhay Mutalik Desai. log 4 means 10 raise to power 4. As compared the natural red millipede compost properties are close to Amrit Matti and is happening on all 50 acres at Sutagatti naturally.76 4. *=Non P Solubilizers population was very high therefore it was difficult to detect the P Solubilizers Notes: 1. All digits (except those in the last two columns are log number colony forming units per g of the material.335 0.217 ND= Not done. As per Dr Rupella the properties of live soil compost (Amrit Matti) is the best soil received by the ICRISAT lab at Pantencheru AP.57 7.26 7.64 7.34 5.324 0.63 4.42 5. ‘Fungi’ and ‘Actinomycetes’ are the other important microorganisms found in soils and like bacteria can be useful or harmful types. India [samples collected on 24 Aug 2008 and analysed within 15 days] Name of Compost Total bacterial population 7. Siderophore producers are the group of microorganisms that chelate iron and thus facilitate plant nutrition and promote plant growth.32 * EC (dS/m) Rep pH R1 Millipede compost R2 R3 Mean Live soil Compost Mean 7.45 5.06 5.47 5.29 Actinom ycetes population SUP SUP SUP SUP 6.17 4.81 6.59 7.42 4.04 P solubilizers 5.60 5.28 7. Karnataka. However to prepare Amrit Matti it takes about 6 months and could be done on few gunthas only. even though we may not be able to explain fully.17 Fluorescent Pseudomonas 5.82 Siderophore producing bacter-ia 4. ‘Fluorescent Pseudomonas’ are known to suppress disease causing fungi and are thus indicators of soil health. These three types are among the beneficial group of bacteria found in soils.25 0.27 7.06 5.43 4.28 7. 2. i.91 4. Belgaum.

33 hr 0. Using agro-chemicals the yield from the Prestige farm in the previous year was 350 kg per hectare.200 kg per hectare. Indore.267 hectare or 0.8% 4. Other farms in the area averaged 700 to 800 kg per hectare. Beans from Prestige farm were of superior color. Roots of the plants from the Prestige farm bore twice the number of nitrogen-fixing nodules as those from the neighbouring farms.800 kg per hectare.5 hr 0. Profit per bigha in conventional agro-chemical farming was Rs 1. I and my two children stayed on the Dewas farm for the entire season practising Agnihotra and Om Tryambakam Homas. Greater yield per hectare 3. Nearest best result was 1. Superior economy.EXPERIENCES WITH HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN SOYA BEAN Karin Heschl We began a Homa Farming project in soya bean in cooperation with Prestige Feed Mills.854 (Rs 10. Jaora Compound.702 per hectare) or 232.667 acres).1 0.8 18 12 216 0.8% Profit per bigha in Homa Organic farming was Rs 2.33 hr 0.5 hr 0.8 bags 100 150 400 30 30 30 50 50 50 100 150 30 240 240 150 Rs Quintals/bigha Rs 1226 4080 2854 232. Agnihotra Total Expenses Yield Net Income Profit% JS335 SSP Nuvacron Tractor Tractor Bullocks Labour Labour Labour Rs 50 kg bag litre per hr per hr per day per day per day per day per bag 18 2 0. (One bigha is 0. Table 1 shows economic comparison between the best Conventional agro-chemical farm and our Homa Organic farm. .25 day 5 men 1 man 8 men 4.8% Results are given per bigha.8% Conclusions: Homa Organic Farming in Soya Bean showed: 1.254 (Rs 4.25 day 5 men 1 man 8 men 3 bags 12 115 300 100 150 400 30 30 30 50 216 230 30 50 50 100 150 30 240 150 50 1296 3 850 2550 1254 96. Conventional practice Homa organic farming Part Details Units Qty Rate Cost/bigha Qty Rate Cost/bigha Seed Fertilizer Pesticide Ploughing Sowing Dora Weeding Spraying Harvesting Threshing Misc.702 per hectare) or 96.Using Homa Organic Farming techniques the yield in the current year was 1. Less cost in production 2.

Khandesh. and no amount or type of pesticide has been able to control it. thrips. tobacco caterpillars. And now these secondary pests are attacking with great severity.800 Yield per acre Income (Rs 3.600 per quintal) Profit per acre Profit % 14 quintals Rs 36. then the whole plant turns red and after a few days it completely dries up and dies.000 Spray 6x Rs 6. However. The plants are smaller in height than the Bt varieties but a count of the number of cotton bolls per plant reveal an average of up to 80 or 90. The emergence of the mealy bug as a Bt cotton pest also appears to be a case of secondary pest resurgence. Chemical Bt Cotton (per acre) Name: Lukadu Dhanji Patil Area: 11 acres Variety: Bt Rasi 2 Seeds 2 bags @ 1. Below is a cost comparison of our Tapovan cotton compared with our neighbour's Bt cotton for 2008/9 season. etc 20 bags @ 500 Rs 10.400 Urea. Marathwada.400 Rs 14. the profit margin % for Homa Organic cotton was more than double that of the chemical Bt cotton. jassids. Tobacco leaf streak virus. Ankur 651.960 Weeding Rs 1. Bt plants are normally much bigger in size but this does not necessarily translate into more bolls per plant.200 Rs 2. The number of attacks by aphids.960 Yield per acre Income (Rs 2.the American boll worm. . The GMO varieties of cotton which are known as Bt cotton have now achieved almost 100% penetration into these areas due to very aggressive marketing strategies by the seed companies. In the farms surrounding Tapovan as many as 50% now show signs of Lalya wilt. has risen steeply since the introduction of Bt cotton in 2002. meant that in spite of lower yield per acre. Our neighbour has 11 acres under cotton variety Rasi 2.200 Total cost per acre Rs 11. Tapovan is situated in the Khandesh area.500 Total cost per acre Rs 21.600 149% As can be seen the costs of the chemical Bt cotton package is nearly double the cost of Tapovan Homa organic cotton. cotton is attacked by no less than 165 pests.4 quintals Rs 29. Some farmers have already removed their cotton and are preparing their land for the next crop. This success is due to Homa Organic Farming technology and the use of Biosol biofertilizer.500 per quintal) Profit per acre Profit % 8. etc. coupled with the premium price for Organic Cotton.600 Weeding Rs 1. etc. This. This results in a massive economic loss to the farmers who are already in serious financial difficulty. India .440 66% Tapovan Homa Cotton (per acre) Name: Abhay V. On the other hand in Tapovan we have sown non Bt American hybrid.100 Harvesting Rs 1. Lalya seems to attack only some varieties of Bt cotton. Lalya causes an initial reddening of the leaves. the farmers of Khandesh report massive attack of the fungal wilt disease known locally as "Lalya".500 Biosol spray 7x Rs 2. This year.400 Rs 17. have emerged as new diseases and pests of Bt cotton. Vidarbha and Deccan Canal. And on some farms we have counted an average of only 50 to 60 bolls per plant.350 Harvesting Rs 1.EXPERIENCES WITH HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN COTTON Bruce Johnson Tapovan There are four main cotton growing areas in Maharashtra. Bt cotton is genetically engineered to protect the crop against only one pest . Paranjpe Area: 4 acres Variety: Non Bt Ankur 651 Seeds 2 bags @ 325 Rs 650 Vermicompost 20 bags @ 300 Rs 6. This compares very favourably with the Bt varieties.

National Horticulture Mission Ministry Agriculture & Cooperation Krishi Bhawan. better coluration and higher quality production Nutrient management . New Delhi PROBLEM IN MANGO CULTIVATION Long juvenile phase of the plant Alternate bearing in most of the varieties Severe incidence of pests & diseases Poor shelf life of the fruit Lack of basic infrastructure for post harvest handling. earthworm population & microbial fauna Black polyethylene and paddy straw found effective in mango Helpful in reducing the fruit drop. biological activity A level of microbial activity sufficient to initiate the decay of organic materials Conditions conducive to continued activity of earth worms and other soil stabilizing agents Improvement and stabilization of soil structure by incorporation and mixing of the organic matter ROLE OF MULCHING Helpful in minimizing water requirement Helpful in effective weed management Helpful in minimizing soil erosion Helpful in maintaining optimal temperature in the rhizosphere Better establishment and vigour Its own foliage can be used Continuous use of mulches over the years helps in improving organic matter content. processing and export ISSUES Organic production without use of any agro-chemicals Regular bearing Yield 20 T/ha or more in Alphanso even 10T/Ha will be a great help Free from any residual toxicity Export quality fruit HOMA ORGANIC It will consist of Management of nutrients Pests and disease management Rejuvenation of old trees in the orchard Promotion of export quality variety Integration of post harvest handling and processing with organic techniques SOIL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES Regular input of organic residues in the farm manures and plant remains to maintain the level of humus.EXPERIENCES WITH HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN MANGO AND POTATO Dr R K Pathak Chief Consultant.

it raised to 70 tones Mango orchard is free from pests & diseases 20 mango orchardists have initiated the technique It has also been initiated even by M/s Reliance Industries on Keshar mango in Jamnagar Krishak Ghosti at Sri Tewari garden Fruiting on the branches Profuse bearing Flesh colour of mango at Tewari Garden Fruiting in Homa atmosphere .Application of 1 quintal of cow dung in ring prepared at the tree periphery Mulching the ring with locally available organic wastes A combination of mono and dicot is better It should be thoroughly drenched with Jiwamrita It can be supplemented by frequent spray of biosol TREE PASTING It can be prepared by mixing cow dung+cow urine+ dung ash and clay It should be smeared on tree trunk Pasting twice in year in September February It protects from pest infection & gummosis Pasting encourages vascular activities MANGO PEST & DISEASE There are number of pest and disease problem It requires 5-8 sprays at different stages It is very expensive and labour intensive Due to possibility of residue in fruits export demand is limited With organic production there is untapped potential which can be harnessed Insect & Pest Management  Mango hopper  Inflorescence Midge  Fruit flies  Powdery Mildew  Die Back  Anthracnose  Phoma Blight  Sooty Mould  Gummosis  Bacterial Canker Pest Management In the beginning solution prepared by mixing neem oil + cow urine ( 2.5L each) and diluting to 200 L was effective in management of hopper Solution prepared by mixing 500 g Agnihotra ash in 200 L water stirring for three day thrice and spray Spray of Biosol 2-4 times are effective IMPACT Most of the issues have been addressed In year 2006-07 from 3.5 ha 40 Tones of mango was harvested In year 2007-08.

Interaction of Dr.64 lakh tones Average production is around 20T/Ha which should increase to 25 T/Ha The major potato producing states are Uttar Pradesh.S. I am of the view that Homa Organic is a ray of hope to ensure quality and sustainable production. . Punjab. Panchagya. Madhya Pradesh STRATEGY If possible try to take green manure before potato sowing In case it has to be taken immediately after paddy.6 percent of vegetables Annual production during 2006-07 was 290. pest and disease load are minimum Number of organic pest management options are available which can be adopted Summer ploughing of field Seed treatment as advocated Conclusion With my close observation and association. Assam. D. irrigate field (palewa) by incorporating Jiwamrita/ Agnihotra enriched water It will help in quick decomposition of paddy stubbles and provide nutrients Try to incorporate 4-5T/ha well rotten compost during field preparation Use recommended variety of the area Try to use whole tuber rather cut tuber The best date for potato sowing are Apogee. West Bengal. Rathore (Ex-VC) with Sri Ramesh Tewari POTATO Current Status Potato is one of the major vegetables in India It shares around 26. Karnataka. This can ensure Bio safety of human life through Sujlam. Improving water quality and environment. Earth days and Moon opposite to Saturn Perigee is good for extra large potato Ideal date for potato sowing during 2008-09 are Tuber Treatment Sprinkle Agnihotra ash on potato in such a way that it has cover the whole tuber Dip the potato in Agnihotra enriched water Dry the tuber in shade before sowing Potato tuber can also be treated with Amrit Pani. Biosol as per their availability IMPACT It protects the tuber from pathogen infection Effective for soil borne diseases Improves germination Enhances the number of sprouts/ hill Pest & Disease management In organic production system. Suflam and Malyaj Sheetlam the ultimate goal of human being. Bihar.


This generated many successful reports. storms. I . After noticing how Sigatoka Negra was completely controlled by Homa Farming methods. etc. tree nurseries. cocoa. variety of flowers. like many others using Homa farming. smell. wind. etc. potatoes. many other crops were tested with Homa Farming. nutrients. Sigatoka Negra is a very resistant fungal disease in bananas and plantains that affects all Central and South American countries and continues spreading worldwide and it has created financial havoc.  Protective area (micro climate) is created around the Homa Farming Resonance Point which controls climate. strawberries. coffee. I feel happy because I have always been a farmer. I recuperated my will to continue to live. and other weather forces. because. texture. citrus fruits. Aleta Macan AGROHOMA.  Well water quality improves and quantity increases  Homa Technology in cattle raising provides a healthy atmosphere where: a) parasites are eliminated b) diseases are overcome quickly c) more female offspring are born d) no placenta retention e) cows give more milk with higher fat content. It is officially documented that Sigatoka Negra was eradicated in areas where Homa Farming Resonance Points were established. Please see PowerPoint Presentation ‚Homa farming reports from South America‛ Homa Farming has proven successful in the following aspects:  Rejuvenation of crop and soil  Eradication. Peru The first Homa Farming results made by governmental institutions in Peru were released more than 10 years ago. color. bananas. mountains. control and elimination of all kind of plagues and diseases in all kinds of crops in all possible climatic conditions (coast. blackberries. palm oil. Amazon area)  Better quality products (taste. sweetness. avocados. variety of forest trees. thanks to it. papaya. droughts. Homa Technology also works as Climatic Engineering. cotton and many others. rain. tomatoes. One farmer summarises it like this. farmers had to leave their land. working in my agricultural land and I no longer think of selling my land and going to Tingo Maria or another town to search for another means of economic income. asparagus. variety of other fruits and fruit trees. coconut. I will continue to practice Homa Therapy. after he.  Birds (biological controllers) also appear. Some of the crops where Homa Farming was applied and officially observed are: Mangos.EXPERIENCES WITH HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN PERU Prof Abel Hernandez. rice. corn.)  Higher production  Vegetative cycle is shortened (harvest in shorter periods)  There is an increase in micro organisms and in the reproduction of earth worms so the soil improves naturally  Appearance of beneficial insects (biological controllers). extensive variety of vegetables. banks took over properties. was able to pay back the loans received by banks and government: "Until the last days of my life.

over the years. a reality that has disappeared from the man in the country side in Alto Huallaga and in other areas for many . nurture and support our planet at the same time For further information please see: www.E. L. I would like that this letter transmits the happiness that a farmer feels when he really can have material prosperity and also good health.homa1. N° 23014258. Farmer Edgar Arevalo Patow. (Peru) To summarize it.wanted and I continue to want to be a farmer and with Homa Therapy it is possible. many farmers in South America could experience the astonishing results of Homa Farming and they feel that this is the ONLY HOLISTIC WAY to: a) prosperity in agriculture b) personal health (physical.. emotional and mental) c) protect..".

stating. a ten thousand-year-old sterile mutant which lacks the genetic diversity to fight off pests and withstand plagues and diseases such as Black Sigatoka. literally saved the international banana industry. suffer double the average rate of leukemia and birth defects of their children. Latin America and the Caribbean. one of the world’s most popular fruits. Panama disease and nematodes. Asia. ‚One thing we can be sure of is that Sigatoka will not lose in this battle. Luador Gasparotto. until they ran out of ‘clean’ land in the 1950s and had to abandon Gros Michel. says Rodomiro Ortiz. 2003). dominated the world’s commercial banana business. a Belgian Plant Pathologist and head of the International Network for the Improvement of Bananas and Plantain (INIBAP). Once the fungus gets into the soil. Costa Rica. Brasil’s leading banana pathologist. Fungicides now make up to one fourth of production costs and the social costs may even be higher: Women working in Costa Rican packing plants. 2008). as a result. fungicides have not been able to control Black Sigatoka. predicted in a the New Scientist magazine in 2003 that in ten years. allegedly as a result of exposure to now banned Dibromochlo Ropropane and other fungicides. including total eradication of all plagues and sicknesses following the introduction and practice of Homa therapy in these areas are highlighted in this report. Forty sprayings of fungicide a year is typical. Causing brown wounds on leaves and premature fruit ripening. This seedless modern fruit does not reproduce sexually and has to be bred from cuttings. However. Field studies were done in Peru in which Homa organic farming was set up at multiple sites where massive fungal infestation and disease had made it nearly impossible for banana and plantain plants to survive. Sigatoka has devastated thousands of banana and plantain plantations in Central America. South America. Even chemical spraying does not get rid of it. bananas are often the only source of food.HOMA ORGANIC FARMING AND BANANAS Dr Irma Garcia This report describes results from the application of Homa Therapy to rid banana plants of Sigatoka infestation in South America and the effects of Homa environment on the thinking and well-being of participating farmers. During the 1960s the Cavendish. which was much richer and sweeter. do not kill Black Sigatoka. When one season ends and the other begin. A study by the United Nations Pan African Health Organization found that one fifth of the countries’ male banana workers are sterile. has begun removing banana plantations and planting African palm on those fields. Emile Frison. making the Cavendish the most heavily sprayed major food crop in the world. Positive outcomes. Nigeria (Pearce. Until the 1950s. famous for its bananas. the Gros Michel variety. So. Commercial growers embarked on a massive chemical assault to Black Sigatoka. is an important source of food in large areas of Africa. most international banana trade is based on Cavendish variety. the genetic roots of which lie in India. Today. the disease cuts fruit yield by 50% to 70% and reduces the productive life time of banana plants from 30 years to as little as two to three years. stated that: ‚Most of the banana fields in Amazon have already been destroyed by Black Sigatoka.‛ Departments of Agriculture of Governments in South America publish booklets entitled ‘How to coexist with Black Sigatoka. Production is likely to fall by seventy per cent (70%) as the disease spreads. there may be no more bananas in the world. . the Caribbean and some parts of Asia and Africa.’ They are convinced that it cannot even be controlled. Chemicals which kill human beings. it remains there for many years. plantation owners abandoned infested fields and moved to ‘clean’ land. for example. Next came Black Sigatoka (Mycosphaerella fijiensis).‛ (Frison. a fungal disease which appeared in Fiji in 1963 and has since become a global threat to bananas. a 19th century British discovery from Southern China proved resistant to Panama disease and. Director of the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture in Ibadan. But it was vulnerable to a soil fungus that produced a wilt known as ‘Panama disease’ (Fusarium oxysporum). The banana is among the world’s oldest crops. The banana.

In the Amazon area of Peru. strong shoots. breaking its own legal control (quarantine) under which no part of banana plants could cross regional borders. Then. Central America and the Caribbean. Attempts to control Black Sigatoka have failed. (Original Spanish documents with signature and seal and English translation found on www. Homa is a Sanskrit word used here as synonymous with Yajnya. has reached South Africa. the daughter and the granddaughter. and there was rejuvenation of soil and improvement in the new banana shoots. the development of the Homa Therapy Program has become the only alternative capable of producing and harvesting abundant and healthy crops. The Department of Agriculture in Ucayali region transported thousands of healthy Homa shoots from Ucayali to Huánuco in order to create new plantations with Homa banana shoots. Within four months of practicing Homa in designated areas. Shree Vasant Paranjpe of India with two assistants -. thus earning more money from the shoots than from the banana bunches. all other shoots not being fit for propagation. Department of Agriculture Chief of Huánuco Regional Office stated in paragraph Eight of REPORT Nº 07-99. The main hut (Agnihotra hut) is used to perform the Agnihotra daily at sunrise and at sunset and the other is for the performance of daily Om Tryambakam Homa. and prevent animals from entering. adobe bricks. This is the central idea in Homa Therapy (Paranjpe. maybe two more. After four months of applying Homa organic farming.In addition Sigatoka infestation. etc. they started to pay back their loans to government and banks. You heal the atmosphere and the healed atmosphere heals In this area farmers usually have the mother banana plant. economic and ecological material: wood. (See www. Other concrete results in the region are highlighted below: 1. Yajnya is the technical term from the Vedic science of bioenergy denoting the process of removing the toxic conditions of the atmosphere through the agency of fire.the under signed.homa1. Agricultural engineers connected with the Office of the President of Peru reported eradication of Sigatoka after observing 1200 hectares (three thousand acres) for seven months. This means healing and purifying of the atmosphere with fire as the medium. 2.CTAR-H/ DRAG/ DAA-LP-A that: ‚8. thanking the Homa team for this outcome. both in quality and quantity. We have letters from Government Officials of Republic of Peru. a biochemist from Peru -. maximum. Black Sigatoka attacks the leaves. banana and plantain mother plants began to produce up to twenty healthy. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations has warned that it is only a matter of time before ‘race four’ variety of Panama disease makes it to the commercial plantations of the Western hemisphere. Two simple. Panama disease is making a comeback.applied Homa Organic Farming as a method to eradicate diseases attacking banana and plantain. bamboo. Nobody will live there. (See Addendum to this paper for full report in Spanish). cane. (Mycosphaerella musicola). A Resonance point is a special arrangement of 10 pyramids which have been activated with Mantra and set up to magnify the power and increase the coverage of Agnihotra. but ‘race four’ is a soil borne This has made it possible for many farmers to start paying back their credits to different Government entities‛. Dr. Banana plants became strong and healthy. so chemical fungicides cannot control it. . Farmers were able to keep four for propagation and sell the rest. Black Sigatoka. some areas in South America. except through the use of HOMA ORGANIC FARMING which not only controls but also eradicates infestation. Yellow Sigatoka.homa1. known as ‘race four’. The huts simply protect the person performing the healing Homa fires from the sun and rain. inexpensive huts were built with locally available. Australia. Irma Garcia of Venezuela and Dr Gloria Guzman. mats. The new form. Panama disease and nematodes were eradicated. One resonance point can be used to heal up to 80 hectares of land. The team set up Resonance points at which simple practices were used to heal larger areas of sick cultivations in a short time. For example: In July 1999. stone. In the High Huallaga zone. much of Asia. 1989).

8½ months After 4 months of HOMA Therapy Uniform rejuvenation in the whole Banana & Plantain Plantation Bunches are much bigger and heavier with an average of 120 bananas per bunch No plagues. at a Banana and Plantain Isla with 90% Black Sigatoka infestation are highlighted below: Without HOMA Therapy Producing small bunches Minimum production 70% fungi fusarium 40% Mucus pseudomonas solanace 87% Black Sigatoka 87% Yellow Sigatoka Each plant gave an average of 6 to 7 off-spring. and color. 8. Headquarters of the Zone Leoncio Prado Padre Abad.3. Major of Puerto Sira certified that banana and plantain trees were dying. Engineer Paco Rivera Gonzalez of Ucayali regional Government observed ‘Ingiri’ variety of banana plantation with 100% Black Sigatoka in 11 hectares of bananas and plantain. Four months after application of Homa Organic Farming. certified that: ‚In the Alto Huallaga area. Twelve germplasm banks with species of plantain and bananas from the region have been established with these Homa Therapy shoots. most of which are not fit for propagation Production cycle . Observations by Engineer Rosa Cortez Morales of Department of the Presidency of the Republic of Peru: A fifth generation of ‘Seda’ plantation with 90% Panama disease infestation was observed for four months after application of Homa Therapy. had more weight and were totally free from plagues and sicknesses. they were bigger in size. After being rejuvenated with Homa Therapy. The Department of Agriculture of Peru tried by all known methods to eradicate Black Sigatoka. no diseases 8 to 10 healthy leaves per plant at the time of harvest 17 to 20 productive off-spring Productive cycle . better taste. which indicates good health Plants have an average of 20 healthy. He stated in his report that with the application of Homa Therapy and Agnihotra Ash solution:         Black Sigatoka was totally eradicated from the plantation after four months of daily Homa practices Bunches of bananas are free of any plagues and diseases There is an average of 87 fruits per bunch Plants show harmonic distribution and are uniform in size Fruit is bigger and heavier than standard bananas of the same variety Bananas show unusual shine. Plants are totally healthy and giving over 200 fruits per bunch. they produced healthy shoots of the kind that bear fruit. with no results. 6. vigorous true shoots Plants have bright green shining leaves. Observations by the same government engineer. These plantations were suffering from high incidence of plagues and diseases. Mayor of Nueva Requena certifies observations made by Agro-industrial crops Engineers of Department of Agriculture of Republic of Peru: Farmers had abandoned their banana plantations due to high incidence of Black Sigatoka. without diseases or plagues 5.‛ 4. there are approximately 500 hectares of plantains and bananas established with Homa Therapy. . Total success to eradicate Black Sigatoka was achieved with a scientific organic agriculture known as ‘Homa Therapy’ which is taught for free. Rosa Cortez Morales. production increased and bananas had high nutritional content. farmers started to come back to their abandoned plantations because Black Sigatoka was totally eradicated. Ministry of the Presidency Special Project Alto Huallaga. texture.6 months 7.

9. Ucayali Regional government has a 13 minute video showing how Black Sigatoka was totally eradicated in their research stations 87% infested banana plantation, after four months of applying Homa Organic Farming. 10. SENASA (National Service of Agrarian Health) in Ucayali region, Peru, South America. Observations in ‘Ingiri’ bananas by Engineer Alejandro Llaque Sakuma: After 2 months of applying Homa Therapy to a plantation 80% to 90% infected with Black Sigatoka, one could easily observe significant decrease of the disease. After four months, Black Sigatoka was completely eradicated. Shoots (offspring) had an excellent formation and strength. Nowhere have I seen a mother plant with a healthy banana bunch and twelve healthy leaves. 11. Padre Abad, Aguaitia, Cedrujo Sector, Ucayali, Peru. Alberto Rios Soria, owner of 11 hectares of bananas with 97% Black Sigatoka infestation, reported total eradication after four months of applying Homa organic farming technology. Such dramatic outcomes lead to an important new question about the effect of Homa organic farming. We are viewing disease and infestation in bananas as an extreme example of what is happening to all crops. The application of Homa is proving successful in eradicating these problems, regardless of how hopeless the situation appears to be. Our hypothesis, then, is that if applied correctly, then, Homa will have a positive effect on other plants and can be instrumental in solving a range of agricultural problems. As the aim is to feed a growing number of people in an economic and sustainable way, creation of Homa Resonance Points will allow us to produce plenty of food; achieve total health of soil, water, atmosphere, all living creatures including human beings; reduce violence; and re-establish the ecological balance of an area up to two hundred acres around which Homa is daily being applied. It takes the same human effort and practically the same investment to achieve these four goals -- food, health peace and ecological balance -- in one acre as it does in two hundred acres. If any group of farmers wishes to discontinue the use of chemicals, become organic and take a trial on ‘Sigatoka’ or any other sickness or plague affected area, then Fivefold Path Mission will offer its services free of charge. We will set up a Resonance Point of Homa Therapy and train the workers living on the farm to operate Homa organic farming. Scientists, if they wish, as well as the National Horticultural Mission of the Government of India, are welcome to make observations. Sources Cited Frison, Emile. Is the Future of the Banana Really Dependent on Genetic Engineering? New Scientist. January 18, 2003 (Found at: Homa Therapy (Found at: Paranjpe, Vasant V., Homa Therapy: Our Last Chance. Fivefold Path Inc. Madison, Virginia, USA. 1989, p 10. Pearce, Fred. Sterile Banana. Conservation Magazine. 2008 (Found at:

Reiner Szcypior Homa Farming was introduced into Turkey in the year 1986. Manuela and Reiner Szcypior spent 13 years doing Homa Organic Farming at different farms in Turkey and also introduced the technology to the Agriculture University, Bornova Izmir and the local Agriculture board of the Government of Turkey. When starting Homa Organic Farming not much did we know about farming which was very good. Because of that we solely concentrated on Homa Farming Technology as described in the Book ‚Homa Therapy, Our Last Chance‛, by Vasant V. Paranjpe. The technology of Homa Farming as explained in the aforementioned book was the basis of our practices. Agnihotra the basic sunrise sunset Homa and daily four hours of Om Tryambakam Homa and on full moon and new moon 24 hours of Om Tryambakam Homa. We use to spray Agnihotra Ash water solution around the fields and tried to keep the soil covered with mulch. Our neighbors and the officials from the University and the regional Agriculture Department told us that our results and the appearance of our plants and trees were very good and therefore very satisfying. The taste was special which we could see on the response of our customers. We got more income for our produce even without asking. The merchant came on his own back to us and in spite of having already settled the price with him added some amount to make sure we do not sell to any other person. Also our wheat production was superior. The straw was shorter due to lack of water in the region but the power of the plant went into the production of more grains. That means even though the wheat appeared small the production was high. From Turkey we visited many other Islamic countries in the region. Many times Reiner could accompany SHREE Vasant V. Paranjpe on his tours. Homa Farming Technology in that way was introduced into Syria Arab Republic, Lebanon, Jordan, U.A.E to mention a few. In the year 2000 we went back to Europe and now we are sharing 32 years of Homa Experience in India. We have seen that Homa Therapy Farming does not conflict with any religious beliefs. We know Christians, Jews, Muslims and members of other religious beliefs who do Homa for better production and for better health. Our aim is to approach the different communities in India also, like Jain, Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim to get the benefit of this timeless knowledge.


15. which is a temperate climate. birds. but by attracting Nature’s predators—frogs. not by using chemical or even natural insecticides and pesticides. we built an Agnihotra shala and began performing daily sunrise/sunset Agnihotra on the land. 50 km from the Tatra Mountains. We also increased the Yajnya to 4 hours per day. tomatoes. it is impossible to cultivate anything in such high pH levels.w. Therefore. because of the sticky. including Jerusalem artichokes. dragonflies. the problem had completely disappeared. except for Jaroslaw Bizberg who had limited experience gardening in vastly different conditions in Australia.k 5.k. On May 14. about 5-10 cm. deep. This area is covered with pine forests. —very acidic s — medium content o. ladybugs. etc. Chemical Agricultural Centre. and a wide variety of herbs. so we could have cow dung for the fires and manure for the garden.4 ph. we started performing Om Tryambakam Yajnya for 2 hours daily. within a few years. etc. We plowed the land heavily at least 3 times with a small tractor and horses. We used Agnihotra ash for transplanting and for seeding as well. As can be seen in the attached charts. Though we had no gardening experience and lacked professional farming skills. 3. snow peas. At the same time we purchased a cow. fresh cow dung and Agnihotra Ash which we allowed to ferment. results for orchard soil analysis: Analysis results: No. tomatoes. everything grew very well the first year—cucumbers. 4. In spite of the small amount of compost. Krakow Branch. All of this success we attribute to performance of Agnihotra and Om Tryambakam Homas and regular use of Agnihotra Ash mixed into the compost. — alkaline l. and the worst was the cultivated garden area at 4. broccoli. of Depth cm Category pH w KCl Element content mg/100g Ratio of K:Mg sample of soil Phosphorus (P) Potassium (K) Magnesium (Mg) 1 0-20 III 4. We were troubled by weeds and cabbage White Butterfly larvae. lizards. p. Each following year we grew more and more varieties of vegetables and expanded the garden to 5. as Nature began to bring itself into balance. We solved the problem. We also planted a vegetable garden alongside the existing 50-year-old apple and plum orchard.HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN POLAND MIRACULOUS SUCCESS IN ACIDIC SOIL Jaroslaw Bizberg President Fundacja Terapia Homa. By 2003. making it extremely difficult to farm normally. In September. The soil in the region is also rock hard with high clay content. herbs and fruit produced excellent harvests free of all diseases. capsicum. — slightly acidic . all the vegetables. Table 1. which grew dominantly everywhere in the region.85 pH. beetles. Plowing was very shallow.b. — neutral k. tomatoes. — acidic n —low content z. the overall acidity of the soil was very high. metres. We also made a liquid manure from nettles.3p w — high content reaction (pH): b. the Homa Therapy Foundation of Poland purchased 3 hectares of land in the southern.w.000 sq. This was then used to fertilize the plants. hilly region of Poland. A couple of years later. 2003 we had a chemical analysis done on the soil by the Agricultural Centre in Krakow to find out exactly what was missing in the soil.k. Brussel sprouts. hard condition of the clay. broccoli.4 . the condition of the soil is very acidic. 1996.8 . As is commonly known. 9.0 .w.85 . Poland In 1995. we had a great diversity of vegetables. lettuce. except for acid-loving fruits like berries and pine trees. No one in the Foundation had any experience in farming or gardening. soil and the water which we used to spray on the plants. To this we added a truckload of compost over an area of 2500 square metres.

cucumbers.4 necessary 4. Below are the impressive photos of the different varieties of crops growing here since we started our gardens over ten years ago. This is because of the poor acidic condition of the soil and the short 6-month growing season. which is totally impossible in this area. celeriac. Recommended 1. Request for research on levels of acidity of soil samples and suggested dose of lime. — neutral k. potatoes. of Area in Category of Category of pH Lime requirement Dose of CaO in Sample ha. No. of Category of Soil Acidity Lime Contents in mg/100g soil and valuation Sample Land Category requirements Phosphorus Potassium Magnesium Mg P2O5 K2O pH level 2 cultivated medium 4. cauliflower. No. tomatoes. ------------------------------7.1 k. arugula.4 b.k. carrots. not enough for commercial sales. beans. — acidic n —low content z. — slightly acidic Table 3.01 ha Average recommended dose in t/ha.02 2. celery.0 s 15.0 n 20.50 3 ---------grass medium 5. potatoes.33 Since that time we have added some lime to the soil and we are now growing every kind of vegetable and grain under the sun. broccoli. pumpkin. — alkaline l.0 s 11.00 meadow TOTAL : 3. The only crops that local farmers grow in this area are rye. Necessary 4. Dose of CaO in t/ha. chard. . land soil t/ha. oats. —very acidic s — medium content o. Florence fennel. 1 ---------orchard medium 4.2 n 18. radish.0 w meadow w — high content reaction (pH): b. Even these crops provide only enough to feed their families. beetroot.1 recommended 1.8 needed 1.7 w 3 grass medium 5.k. sweet peppers. Results of pH reaction and resources of soil samples taken from the agricultural farm Fundacja "Terapia Homa"/Wysoka 151. wheat. including corn.50 2 ---------cultivated medium 4.Table 2. beans. apples and plums. squashes. lettuce.k. and specialty grains like spelt.

The water course turned back on itself just under our shed! The diviner did not know that we had a bore nor was he aware that we had built that shed around it.5 meter throughout periods of drought and intense rain.e. We did Agnihotra by the bore and regularly placed Agnihotra ash down into the bore well. which is considered neutral and salinity measured at 720 ppm. We also regularly participate in voluntary work under the umbrella of Fivefold Path Mission taking Homa Organic Farming principles to farmers in Australia. and then returned to its original course! This seems to indicate that Homa has some mechanism that can redirect ground water to serve the needs of those that are performing these Homas. So here was an opportunity to see what Homa Therapy could do and if it would possibly improve the water quality. then suddenly made a sharp 90 degrees turn. One day a water diviner turned up and after thoroughly dowsing the land he told us there were no underground streams to speak of. it was in drought and the only source of water was harvested rainwater held in concrete tanks and dams. The story does not stop there however. The following are some key experiences we have had in relationship to improving the quality of water resources with Homa Therapy. Also what was noted is that the standing water level of the bore has never changed since its beginning at 16. The Ph was 9. . New Zealand and Asia. With ongoing drought we had to resort to recycling our water. highly renowned for his ability to locate water and indicate its depth and flow rate. As we are not scientists. He was interested in divining the land. When we purchased the land in 1994. Another Diviner. He said it traveled along its natural course. The bore is not considered a high yield bore at 2000liter p/hr. So evidently the water course had made a beeline for the borehole. turned up at Om Shree Dham to learn about Homa Therapy. To our great relief sub-artesian water was found at 40 meters (130 feet). The state department of Water Resources of NSW was conducting regular tests on the bores in our neighborhood and they notified us of the salinity and alkalinity drop with each lab report until we had potable drinking water at a ph of 7. We asked him to show us where it turned back on itself. However we took the decision to have a driller come to the land with the hope that we would hit underground water. who are helping her.2. It was tested on site and found to be saline and alkaline.HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN AUSTRALIA EFFECTS OF AGNIHOTRA AND HOMA THERAPY ON WATER RESOURCES Frits and Lee Ringma Homa Farm Om Shree Dham Hunter Valley. proceeded under the Fire hut where daily Agnihotra and other Yajnyas are performed and continued to the other side of the property then it turned back on itself and continued back to the original course along the other side of the property. He pointed to a shed. After walking the land he came to us saying that the underground water was acting in a very unusual way. is the story around our bore well. our own and others direct experiences.5 and salinity measured at 1150 ppm. we offer mostly anecdotal evidence i. Perhaps the most direct demonstration of how Homa can balance nature and how nature in turn responds to the true needs of the people. NSW Australia since 1994 up to the present time.

leading to better absorption of sun’s rays’.9 The raw effluent was collected from textile process industry.’ Report indicates the de-polluting effect of Agnihotra ash on water: The following report indicates the de-polluting effect of Agnihotra ash on water and on biotic life when industrial effluent was present in the water.About the reduction in salinity and the change in ph from too alkaline to neutral ph.5 gm/litre ash and 20% effluent with 2 gm/litre ash. According to them the colloidal molecules of cow ghee and cow manure could. Whereas biotic life was absent in 20% effluent with 0. authors Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird have described in detail the advantages and effects of Agnihotra on plants. I believe this is a clue as to how Homa brings water resources back into a healthy condition. The study revealed concentration of COD after Agnihotra ash treatment is reduced which indicates Agnihotra ash helps to purify the water. HOMA Therapy and Agnihotra ash improve the quality of water and make it potable. Different concentrations of effluents were prepared. the atmosphere is healed and the water resources get purified. In their bestseller book "Secrets of the Soil" June 89 USA. No water is relatively safe to drink now. The Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) of the effluent before and after Agnihotra ash treatment was compared. through chelation. 2. No. We invite scientists to investigate the why’s and how’s of Homa Therapy. A Bio assay test was carried out to study the effect of Agnihotra ash on biotic life.5 gm ash filter COD mg/litre 573. Water pollution now takes its toll in rich as well as poorer countries. Shree Vasant states in an article written in Nov 2002: ‘If Homa is practiced on a large scale.( due to pollution) This will result in depletion of marine life and imbalance in nature. 15% effluent in 1 litre of water 15% effluent in 1 litre of water Treatment Filter +0. attract and grab pollutants in the air. The authors propound physical explanation of the depolluting effect of Agnihotra. Effort is being made to understand Agnihotra through the language of science. The . The effluent was collected from textile process industry . Biotic life was possible in concentrations of 15% effluent with 0. Shree Vasant Paranjpe explains further: ’Water resources on earth are finding it difficult to absorb energy from the sun. Effluent Concentration 1.we have no explanation other than Homa brings about balance to nature. Ash dose was given and fish were kept under observation for 48 hours.5gm/litre ash and 15% effluent with no ash. the way water is purified by being flocculated. The table is given below 25th December 2000 Sr. 270.

on Karuna’s farm they managed to grow oats for their stock and had a functioning vegetable garden for household purposes. Some anecdotal reports in Australia. India. The area was in severe drought but to our surprise locals were lining up at the well. He then went to a couple of neighboring farms and obtained permission to dig a hole in their cultivating areas and to our surprise we had to dig approx 1 meter before hitting moisture in the soil. Further more. Though farmers in the surrounding area were losing stock at an alarming rate and the lack of water meant feed could not be grown. Anecdotal reports in Philippines.seized molecules. Karuna had been performing Agnihotra consistently for several years at this place. They had minimal stock loss and the locals kept asking what they were doing as their farm still looked green and the cows looked healthy. Karuna and her husband were never plagued by negative thoughts about the drought. NSW. A few months later we received a surprise visit from this particular farmer who happily informed us that he had done what we had recommended and had water samples laboratory tested once a month. We told him of our experience and suggested that he regularly perform Agnihotra by the well and to regularly put Agnihotra ash into the well. Australia tells us that in 2005/06 the area in which their farm was situated was seriously affected by drought. personal experience of lakhs of people from all walks of life all over the world indicates Homa’s effectiveness in the field of agriculture and health. At this farm there was a Tryambakam hut and an Agnihotra hut in lieu of a Resonance system. Timely Localised Rain: . Besides scientific evidence. This clearly demonstrated to us Shree Vasant’s statement that regular performance of Homa increases the soil’s ability to retain moisture. With each successive test the water became less and less saline. Madya Pradesh. decided to dig a hole in the cultivating area on the farm to see how far he would have to go before hitting moisture. After approx 3 months of ongoing Homa at this farm we visited again. We asked what was happening and were informed that this was the only well in the area that had not dried up and indeed was supplying water for others without water. and India. Karuna adds that unlike the locals all around who were in a state of fear. In fact their farm assumed the atmosphere of an oasis in a drought ravished country. Frits at this point. The workers on the farm were instructed to perform twice daily Agnihotra and some Om Tryambakam Homa as well as ash application in their irrigation well and in the soil. as they settle on the ground would alkalize the soil and if they came in contact with a plant they would stick to leaves and act as a time release foliar nutrient which are taken in by micro stoma on the leaves. POSITIVE EFECTS OF HOMA IN DROUGHT CONDITIONS: Some anecdotal reports in India Through Agnihotra and ash application salinity levels drop: In 2002 we were involved in outreach programs with farmers in the Maheshwar area. out of curiosity. It is the experience of people all over the world that daily Agnihotra is conducive to healthy positive states of mind. It was approximately ½ meter. Australia . One particular farmer told us his well from which he irrigated his crops had water with salinity problems. Homa enables nature to function better even in drought conditions: Karuna Coleman of Tamworth. In drought wells remain active and water retention in soil improved: Also in this period Homa Therapy volunteers were working with a Prestige owned Farm near Indore.

Negros Occidental last year reported that their Agnihotra-treated farm was thriving and that during a very dry summer all the farms around were very dry except for their farm where they received localized rains. nature is thrown out of balance by pollution. The subtle structure of atoms changes and comes back to as it was in nature‛ CONCLUSION A polluted planet is in a denatured state. . This has also happened on Mr Abhai Mutalik’s Homa farm in Karnataka and at on our Homa farm in NSW Australia I’d like to add here that the Hunter Valley where our Homa farm is located is known geographically as a drought prone area. ANCIENT VEDIC KNOWLEDGE EXPLAINS Finally I would like to mention that Vedic knowledge offers an overall explanation as to how and why Homa is effective in bringing nature back into a healthy state and maintaining it in that condition in the context of a polluted planet. This phenomenon is also noted regularly by locals in regards to Tapovan. ‘Apoorva‛ means: ‘that which was not there before’. Homa Organic farming needs to be implemented world wide to bring nature back into balance so that we have quality food for all and peaceful natural surroundings to enjoy quality of life. Some special effect comes about: ‘something that was not there before’. Homa has been performed daily in this valley since 1987. Already we are seeing food shortage on a planetary scale. In Sanskrit.e.Many farmers practicing Homa around the world report a phenomenon of timely rain falling on their property alone. ‘Paramanu’ is the ‘sub-atom’. This renders nature unable to perform properly and this is a very serious situation in relation to nature’s capacity to provide food. In the Philippines a farmer from Kabankalan. Australia overall and in particular NSW has been severely effected by drought for at least a decade and yet the water reservoir for the Hunter Region has remained filled to good capacity while reservoirs through out the state have been at crisis point with the lowest levels ever recorded. This means some special effect occurs due to Yajnya. ‘Anu’ means ‘atom’. Shree Vasant Paranjpe. our Homa Therapy teacher once said: ‚Ancient tradition of Vedic knowledge states that due to performance of Yajnya ‘APOORVA’ comes about. i. The effect goes to the sub-atomic level.

The inspectors said it was not possible to have normal radioactivity after Chernobyl. This is how plant plagues and epidemics go away. a Homa Volunteer from Austria. etc. For a scientist. ‚We do a small fire in a small copper pyramid exactly at the moments of sunrise/sunset. but today it is even more dangerous. However. On full moon and new moon days we take turns to maintain the second HOMA for twenty-four hours. When she did this. Also we do another Homa. soil and subsoil water. During his several trips to Eastern Europe. Shree Vasant told the scientists ‚If you test Agnihotra with an oscilloscope. newspapers and radios don’t speak about the real situation. Pyramidology. had a farm near Graz in Austria. . When the Chernobyl nuclear accident happened in 1986. Europe is suffering! Children don’t have enough non-radioactive elements. Immediately after the accident the Austrian Government issued instructions that every farmer had to carry milk and fodder for testing for radioactivity. Among them are the Vedic Sciences of Bio-energy. they would find a gold mine of knowledge in this Ancient Vedic Science of Healing the Atmosphere. They asked: ‚Is there anything special that she was doing on her farm? Karin told them that her farm was using ancient Ayurveda technology to grow food which is now presented as HOMA Organic Farming technology. the inspectors were shocked. According to Ayurveda by this method we inject nutrition into the atmosphere. Shree Vasant told the scientists that if they look at Agnihotra merely from the point of view of chemistry. soil. This affects the plants. you will notice a special sound coming from fire. because they found only normal radioactivity levels in her milk and fodder samples. repeating one mantra and adding a drop of clarified butter to the fire after the mantra for four hours daily. if they examine Agnihotra from the point of view of Quantum Physics. Other things are there but key is the sound. It is RESONANCE which heals the plants. a little clarified butter from cow and a few grains of raw rice. they might not be able to make much progress. (the oldest science of Medicine which exists).EXPERIENCE WITH AGNIHOTRA AND RADIOACTIVITY Karin Heschl After Chernobyl accident.‛ However the inspectors were not interested. leading to better reproductive cycles. It is sound that heals. Before the radioactive elements were in the air-now they are in the soil. Every day becomes more and more difficult. ‚Vedas‛ literally means ‚Knowledge‛. scientists in some European countries became more curious and wondered how this Agnihotra effect comes about. The act of singing special vibrations while the Agnihotra copper pyramid fire burns. Resonance plays a vital part in natural phenomena. Of course the TVs. Ayurveda. This is called Agnihotra Homa. Fire produces sound but it also reacts to sound. Karin Heschl. Chernobyl was very dangerous. Agriculture. Climatic Engineering. but the scientists and experts know that it is very dangerous. water and air. one such experience should be enough to motivate him to do further research. Biorhythms. It contains many sciences. It is the ancientmost body of knowledge known to human beings. Materials burnt are dried cow dung cake pieces. creates a resonance effect which invigorates the cells of plants.‛ It is RESONANCE which heals.


etc. Also: Science is an organized body of knowledge people have gained by scientific methods WHAT IS PHENOMENOLOGY? Phenomenology is the study of phenomena (as they can be perceived by us). If a farmer sees such wonderful results on the Homa Farm of his neighbour. We perceive through our sense organs Sight Hearing Taste Smell Touch THE LEVEL OF PHENOMENA Means our senses do not show us reality ‚as it is‛. We perceive through our sense organs: Sight Hearing Taste Smell Touch PHENOMENA Our senses only give us a limited perspective of reality: Visible light only from 380 Nanometer to 780 Nm (1 Nm = one millionth of one mm) No Infrared. 16Hz to 20000 Hz. A scientist still will be sceptical. And there may be other perspectives also. etc. We have a lot of these success stories from different parts of this world. he is convinced and also wants to start.AGNIHOTRA AND HOMA THERAPY – SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVE Dr Ulrich Berk WHAT IS SCIENCE? Science is a system of acquiring knowledge by systematic observation and experimentation to describe and explain natural phenomena (producing useful models of reality). but again not reality ‚as it is‛. They show us reality from a certain perspective. Sound – we can hear only frequencies of approx. this may show us a broader view of reality. not ultraviolet. This is his job. Similar: If we extend our senses by using modern instruments to make measurements. He will ask questions like: Maybe the soil is better on this farm . We cannot with our senses detect radioactivity.

Maybe this year the weather was exceptionally favourable Maybe the variety of the crops planted are giving better results than what is normally used in that area. Other galaxies exist independent of whether we can detect them or not. same agricultural procedures. in disease resistance. Denying phenomena (on the reason that we cannot explain them) is a very unscientific practice. – this is due to Homa Farming (provided we thought of all possible other factors) Such controlled experiments are being conducted now at Palampur Agricultural University (Himachal Pradesh) and in the Ooty Institute of Tamil Nadu University. Results are there comparing the effects of Agnihotra ash with other organic fertilizers showing that Agnihotra ash is most powerful as fertilizer. just believing what for example the Vedas state about how the effects of Agnihotra come about would be unscientific as well. even if science cannot identify the mechanisms. If then there is a difference in production. THE QUESTION IS: WHY? How then do these effects come about? How is it possible that such a small fire and some simple mantras make such a difference on a whole farm? Especially if we think of a farm of 200 acres – the mantras cannot be heard except right near to the Agnihotra pyramid. etc. the results of Agnihotra and Homa-Therapy are there independent of whether modern science can describe and explain them or not. electricity existed before we were able to measure and to make systematic use of these. Magnetism. . climate will be same. in occurrence of pests. Nothing wrong with Agnihotra and Homa Therapy! Gravitation existed before Kepler discovered the laws of gravitation. the mode of operation – the phenomena are undoubtedly there. another farm. A true scientist always tries to find out the truth himself. If science cannot explain then something is wrong with science. Means: Can other factors be responsible for the success? How can we make sure that it is really Homa Farming practices which make the difference? In order to answer this question. The Vedic statements would be taken as hypotheses which then will be tested with the methods of modern science. We have several such positive results in controlled experiments with Homa Farming. The smoke will be very much diluted when we go some hundred meters away. THE LEVEL OF PHENOMENA / CONTROLLED EXPERIMENTS In order to exclude other factors controlled experiments are being done: For example. scientist are laying out CONTROLLED EXPERIMENTS. etc. etc. then one would use same seeds. we have one Homa Farm and then. Means – it is not obvious how this process able to lead to the effects it produces. On the other hand. minimum three km away. But even if we do not understand how Agnihotra works. Soil should be comparable. In the same way.

It is similar to take a watch or a motor apart.WHAT IS AN EXPLANATION? Two approaches: Wholistic science: ‚Agnihotra brings nature back into harmony – nature in harmony takes care of all problems. not reality itself! AGNIHOTRA Pyramid Cow Dung Cow Ghee Rice Mantras Sunrise & Sunset What is special at that time? Halo effect Vibrations coming from the sun Analysis of plants Mechanisms at work Analysis . . see how the different parts operate and then put it together again.Modern science: Analytic We make a model of reality and try to find out mechanisms of how this model functions. Limitations of this approach? We may not be able to understand ALL aspects of reality in that way We should not forget it is only a model. we will again come to a more complete picture of the whole process of how Homa Therapy works.Synthesis? When we take all the results of the different experiments of subsystems and put that together. all inbalances‛ ‚You heal the atmosphere – the healed atmosphere heals you‛ Second approach .

Management of Major Diseases and Insect Pests of Organic Farm • Homa bhasm and Himbio + Bt decreased the disease severity by 12.6% and 11.33 q/ha in Tagetes minuta.27% in Tagetes minuta by application of homa bhasma. • The above findings when taken to field trials on French bean.05q/ha to 11. Dr Atul Department of Agroforestry & Organic Agriculture CSK HP Agricultural University. PALAMPUR .53 q/ha during the first cut taken after 100 days after transplanting and additional 72. 43. ‚NICHE AREA OF EXCELLENCE IN ORGANIC FARMING IN HILL AGRICULTURE CSKHPKV. knowledge & information is scattered and there is a lack of scientific support system.56q/ha i. Dr Poonam. Keeping these things in view organic farming is being undertaken with different variants: Variants of Organic Farming  Vedic Krishi (VK)– organic practices of farmers. Technical program: • Study – 1: Effect of timings and different mediums • Study – 2: Effect of different offerings • Study – 3: Effect of mantras .78q/ha after 50days of first cut in Cymbopogon citratus . different base mediums. Palampur.HIMACHAL PRADESH‛ In organic farming.Lemon grass and 252. bio-compost. Results of Agnihotra Bhasma Compost Enrichment . HP Dr Rameshwar.7% over the control through the application of homa-bhasm and Bt + Himbio respectively. increased the yield from 8.e. • Alternaria Leaf Spot disease severity in Tagetes minuta was reduced by 12. • Quality in terms of oil content was also significantly enhanced in Lemon grass (0. Vermicompost etc. which include.  Biodynamic (BD): Cosmos calendar .6% Integrated Management – Productivity of MAPs Based System • Addition of homa-bhasma and sowing according to panchang was found to be the best treatment in improving the yield (78. Liquid manures & sprays  Homa Farming (HF): Agnihotra & Om Tryambakam Homa  Effective Microbes (EM): Microbes etc.RESEARCH ON HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN PALAMPUR.6% and 11.Microbes • Agnihotra bhasm (4gm/100ml PDA medium) enhanced the growth of bio-inoculants under lab studies from 35 to 62.5%. • Agnihotra in main focus of Research under PG Program of Environmental Sciences in the University Objective:  To work out the relationship of Agnihotra timings.Panchang Calendar. offerings and mantras with the nutrients in the Agnihotra ash. cow and compost based organic farming.41%) and 0. Himachal Pradesh This research program is being under taken under ICAR GOI sponsored project.7% respectively over the control so these can be used for management of Alternaria Leaf Spot in Tagetes minuta • Pea crop sown on Panchang date showed minimum incidence of root rot and Panchang sowing coupled with Agnihotra ash gave best control of root rot in pot experiment. Panchgavaya.

SS2. Glass 4. P. SR2.SS 1 5. . K. Half an hour after sunset . OC. Homa Farming -Environmental status of Organic Farm Preliminary observational study on various aspects of environment (land & biodiversity) indicated: • Spread of White clover (Trifolium repens) (Legumes) & Kikyun (Pennisetum clandestinum) grasses (Soil binder) increased in farm. Sunset time . Cowdung + Ghee 4. No mantras Treatments : 1 x 1 x 6 x 2 =12 Replications = 3 Design = CRD Observations : • Quantity of the ingredients (input) • Ash output • Physical parameters – ash colour • Ash is being analyzed for nutrient – chemical parameters Ph. SR3 & SS1.SR 2 3. Earthen pot 3. Half an hour before sunrise . Ca. Copper (Basic) 2. SR3 & SS1. • Weeds problem a little bit suppressed. Mg and micronutrients. Steel Total treatments: 1 x 6x 4 = 24 In all the treatments the replication: 3 Design = CRD Study – 2: Effect of different offerings • Agnihotra apparatus – Copper • Activity timings – (6) : (SR1. Cowdung + Ghee + Rice grains Number of treatment combinations are 1x6x4 = 24 Replication = 3 Design = CRD Study – 3 : Effect of mantras • Agnihotra apparatus – Copper (1) • Agnihotra offerings – Cowdung+Ghee+Rice grains (1) • Activity timings (6) : (SR1.SR 3 4.SS 2 6. SS3) • Chanting of mantras (2) 1. SS2. SR2. S.SR 1 2. Half an hour before sunset . Sunrise time . Half an hour after sunrise . SS3) • Agnihotra offerings (4) 1.Study – 1: Effect of timings and different mediums • Agnihotra offerings – Cow dung + Ghee + Rice grains • Activity timings (6) 1.SS 3 Mediums / Apparatus (4) 1. Performing mantras 2. Cowdung only 2. Cowdung + Rice grains 3.

Future Research on Agnihotra • Effect of Agnihotra bhasma on harmful bacteria .Lab studies • Special organic Apple Orchards rejuvenation project in Rohru Shimla Dist. Birds diversity and their frequency of visit has been increased. • Homa farming vis-a-vis biodiversity .• • • • Frequency of occurrence of Brahmi (Centella asiatica) increased naturally in farm. • Systematic study to evaluate the effect of Agnihotra and Om Tryambakam ash on growth and yield of various crops • Role of Agnihotra and Om Tryambakam ash in disease and insect management. Friendly insects occurrence has been enhanced. animals and microbes. Robust health of plants.

Some grains of unbroken whole brown rice are put into the fire accompanied by chanting a mantra. However. which improves the entire oxygen cycle. The basic Homa.. Venezuela.B. 1989). Vijayanagaram. it is said to have fertilizing as well as plant protecting quality. and thus supporting plant growth and reproduction. It is postulated that plants under a Homa atmosphere develop cylindrical veins (vascular tissue or bundles) with an above average diameter. 2000. Paranjpe. The aim of this study was to test if the results reported by Lai could be reproduced with a German agricultural soil under controlled laboratory conditions. is practiced in the rhythm of sunrise and sunset. a stimulation of photosynthesis and plant respiration. A couple of reports from India. permitting water and nutrients to move faster. it is mainly practiced by organic farmers in South America and India. 2006. 1998. a prerequisite for a broader acceptance of this technique is a clear scientific documentation based on replicable and exact experiments. In addition. The thereby healed and purified atmosphere is said to have beneficial effects on man. health and pest resistance. is attributed to this atmosphere (Paranjpe. . Ms. Peru. but is also gaining increasing attention in North America and Europe. The ash produced by the fire is also accredited with having healing properties.Ranchana. an improved water holding capacity. Ooty INTRODUCTION Homa or Yajnya is a pyramid fire technique passed down from the ancient Atharva Vedas. first investigations on the question of nutrient solubility with two Colorado soils revealed an increase in P solubility when the soils were treated with Agnihotra ash. the purification of the atmosphere through Homa leads to an intensification of life energy (= prana). With regard to soil quality. N. Selvaraj. give account of the beneficial effects of Homa farming on plant germination. hotra = healing).STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF AGNIHOTRA ON THE YIELD AND QUALITY OF HORTICULTURE CROPS Dr. A small fire is prepared from dried cow dung and clarified butter (ghee) in a copper pyramid. an increase in amount and solubility (plant availability) of macro nutrients and trace elements and a stimulation of earth worm activity are postulated as a direct result of Homa treatment (Paranjpe. Homa farming may be applied as a complementary method together with common methods of organic farming According to the Ayurvedic medical doctor and scientist Priyadarshini (2005). Bhujbal.. some of them including scientific documentation. Dr.P.Karoline Xavier Institute of Commercial Horticulture. Dissolved in water and sprayed onto plants. Furthermore. The pyramid fire technique has a strong potential for increasing the yield and quality in plant production. While most of the above cited effects of Homa therapy have not yet been scientifically explained or proven. Ms. 989). Quintero. called Agnihotra (Sanskrit: agni = fire. It also seems to be capable of regulating insect infestation and fungal disease in crops in an ecologically sound manner. the United States and Austria. Perales et al. 2004). soil characteristics with significant effect on yield such as plant availability of nutrients appear to be improved by this technique.Anita. Schinagl. The ancient knowledge about the pyramid fire was newly revived in the middle of the 20th century by the Indian teacher Parama Sadguru Shree Gajanan Maharaj and his student. Shree Vasant V. animals and plants (Paranjpe. development. as well as on yield and product quality (Atul et al. 1981. The technical term Yajnya denotes a process of removing the toxic conditions of the atmosphere through the agency of fire. Today. 1989). The cited reports indicate to a strong potential of Homa farming for improving plant performance in an ecologically sound manner. Thus it will be particularly interesting for organic farmers. as it may apply as a complementary method together with common methods of organic farming.

Gerbera. Cabbage under the organic farming system with Agnihotra. Potato. of flowers/ plant/year 8.47 14.34 2.78 3.78 5.54 5.4 2.09 Shelf life of flowers (days) 13.85 85. Chipro Treatments Plant height (cm) 92.S Table (1).76 4.85 2.52 2.23 1. Effect of Agnihotra on growth and yield of Carnation var. The experiments consisted of the following four treatments: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) RESULTS .3 25.54 3.78 No.23 2.24 1.25 Flower diameter (cm) 6.98 67.43 4.65 1.98 8.57 95.24 86.9 12.5 Organic farming system Organic farming system+ Agnihotra Conventional Absolute control Organic Organic+ Agnihotra Conventional Absolute Control CD at 5% 19.54 28. of flowers/ plant/year 26. trials were laid out in the farms of Institute of Commercial Horticulture TNAU. Effect of organic farming on the incidence of Powdery mildew of Rose cv.38 Stalk length (cm) 90.54 78.34 12.81 7. Passion Treatments Fresh flower wt/ plant (g) Stalk length (cm) Flower diameter (cm) No.55 Table (2).67 9.43 88.70 12.23 70.98 75. Effect of organic farming on growth and yield of Rose cv.50 93.14 - Organic Organic + Agnihotra Conventional Absolute control CD at 5% . Passion Treatments Powdery mildew (Spaerotheca pannosa) (%) 4.12 0.65 0. Ooty.50 7.95 6.EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS To increase the yield and to improve the quality of Rose.54 0.25 Shelf life of flowers (days) 14 16 3 1.80 16.9 Organic Organic+Agnihotra Conventional Control Table (3).54 21.59 88. Carnation.

Ruby Red Treatment Organic Organic + Agnihotra Conventional Absolute control CD at 5% Leaves/ plant 48.23 3.2 Yield (t/ha) 64.2 28.3 69.5 2.36 45. Effect of Agnihotra on yield and the incidence of leaf spot disease in Cabbage variety Questo Treatments Organic Organic + Agnihotra Conventional Absolute control Per cent Disease incidence 5. Ruby Red Percent disease index Treatments Leaf spot (Alternaria brassicola) 4.5 2.25 183.7 Fresh shoot weight (g) 178.69 145. of Flowers 18 20 12 8 1.0 3.7 Leaf width (cm) 9.8 5.8 7.28 160. Effect of Agnihotra on the growth and yield of Gerbera cv.25 Table (7).5 0.8 45.5 24.3 .5 40.5 19.2 29.56 3.3 35. dianthi) 2. Effect of Agnihotra on the incidence of leaf spot and root rot of Gerbera cv.2 1.4 1.15 No.6 Table (5).9 Wilt – (Fusarium oxysporium f.5 27.5 38.32 46.2 10.4 3. sp.21 52.8 Leaf length (cm) 27.5 4. Chipro Treatments Percent disease index Leaf spot (Alternaria dianthi) Organic Organic + Agnihotra Conventional Absolute Control 3.Table (4).0 25.8 6.3 Fusarium wilt Organic Organic + Agnihotra Conventional Absolute control 3.2 1.3 5.8 Shelf life (Days) 13 16 8 6 - Table (6).6 53. Effect of Agnihotra on the incidence of Fusarium wilt of Carnation var.

Flower diameter 7. Shelf life 14.80. Stalk length 88.34 (g). Shelf life 16 days (Table 5).43(days) compared to other treatments (Table 3). (Table 7). Kufri jyoti Treatments Late blight %) 90 days after planting Organic Organic + Agnihotra Conventional Absolute control 45 11 65 80 8. fusarium wilt. o In Gerbera. Organic farming with Agnihotra (T2) showed higher disease resistance (Table 4).5 Yield (t/ha) SALIENT FINDINGS o Among the four treatments Organic farming with Agnihotra (T 2) in Rose recorded higher performance for fresh flower wt/ plant 21.6 t/ha and showed increased disease resistance. . Organic farming with Agnihotra (T2) recorded higher performance for yield 69. o Among the four treatments Organic farming with Agnihotra (T2) in Potato recorded higher performance for yield 9.54 (cm). Flower diameter 7.24(cm). No.78. o In Gerbera. of flowers/plant/year 28. o In Cabbage. o Organic farming with Agnihotra (T2) showed higher disease resistance in Rose (Table 2). o Organic farming with Agnihotra (T2) in Carnation recorded higher performance for Plant height 95. Number of flowers/plant/year 9. Organic farming with Agnihotra (T2) showed higher disease resistance for leaf spot. Effect of Agnihotra on pest complex of potato cv. (Table 8).Table (8). Organic farming with Agnihotra (T2) recorded higher performance for number of flowers 20. o In Carnation.98(cm). stalk length 93. and higher shelf life of flowers 16 (days) (Table 1).43 (cm).76(cm).6 4.2 2.21 t/ha and showed increased disease resistance. (Table 6).4 9.

This is transferred to all surroundings. disease?). Next cycle of agnihotra after about 12 hours re-charges the pot. Because of this extra-energy absorbed biological processes are more efficient. Hypothesis: Mechanism of Action Agnihotra generates bio-energy [FIR].length is absorbed deep up to 3 – 5 cm in any living body. Agnihotra pot has positive life-energy for several hours after agnihotra is done. Proposed studies: Energy Detection Time-chase studies on energy change for several cycles. The specific FIR is known to kill microbes and inhibit growth of cancer cells (negative energy. Energy absorbed changes aura. Humans and living beings. Resonant Frequency Imaging. FIR is more specifically produced when the transition elements are heated and further by their oxides. Scientific Energy Detection: Relevant Techniques.SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF AGNIHOTRA Dr Abhay Shendye What is Agnihotra? Hypothesis: Mode of Energy Transfer Agnihotra generates useful energy. Scientific support: Action Mechanism FIR – particularly of 4 -17 micron wave. Pot absorbs energy from sun. Energy or material transfer is channelized. paste. disease resistance patterns and mental health are drastically improved. Gas Discharge Volume. Poly-contrast Interference photography. This is absorbed by plants and animals. . PIP of Ash PIP of Agnihotra Pot PIP of Agnihotra pot with ash Scientific support: Energy Hypothesis FIR (presumed to be positive bio-energy from agnihotra) is produced by fire. FIR is specifically produced by all transition elements (Cu). Agnihotra ash also has specific positive bio-energy which works in similar way. Cu oxides are produced during agnihotra. Electro-interstitial Scanning. Growth. This specific FIR interacts with human body producing useful bio-chemicals and improves physiology (plant growth?). Agnihotra. Electro Sound Meter.

Dhencha (green manure) trial From left to right Agnihotra ash Control Agnihotra environment + ash . Pot trials/ row trials on various crops. and in vicinity before and after agnihotra. and at different timings. Significance in Agriculture. If possible actual detection of FIR.Quantification of the energy by ESM. Effect of specific shape of pot. Long term energy change studies on humans performing agnihotra. Short and long term effect of agnihotra on energy content of objects in the surroundings. Exact benefits of performing Agnihotra. material and ingredients. Pot trial: Agnihotra & Plant Growth. Determination of energy content of individuals performing agnihotra. Expected Learning: Agnihotra Science What should be the exact time for performing agnihotra? How should we maintain the agnihotra pot? Importance of specific components. Proposed studies: Energy Interactions Effect of agnihotra done in front of sun and in shadow.


rice. etc. sesame Vegetables . I also initiated at CISH. (Climatic disasters) Farmers receive low income for their products Debts and Bank loans Farmers physical. mental and emotional problems and diseases ISSUES Yield equal or better than any farming systems organic or no organic Continuous improvement in soil fertility Par excellence produce quality In put generation at farmers field Eco friendly and cost effective technology IMPACT OF HOMA ORGANIC Have been demonstrated in all avocado.EXPECTATIONS WITH HOMA ORGANIC FARMING Dr R K Pathak Chief Consultant. control and eradication of plagues and diseases Effective on field crops. Shree gave all his blessings to change my concept of organic farming and try this noble technique. cucumber. National Horticulture Mission Ministry Agriculture & Cooperation Krishi Bhawan. floods. plantain. wheat. taste. spices. corn. . cabbages. Pesticides. medicinal aromatics forest trees and pastures Weed management REPORTS AVAILABLE WITH HOMA ORGANIC Cereals . quality and aroma? Is it really eco friendly and cost effective technology? Is there are enough market for Homa Organic produce? TODAY’S AGRICULTURAL SITUATION Plagues and diseases in plants Soil Fertility and factor productivity Cost of Fertilizers. potato. banana. vegetables. pineapple. Mrs Karin tried to convince me to initiate it. droughts. New Delhi MY ASSOCIATION I read in 1996 regarding Homa Organic. Fruits . I visited a number of Homa farms in India including Tapovan. sodic. diseases/ weeds be managed? Is organically produced commodities are better in nutritive value. papaya.tomato. barren) Improvement in environment and water Prevention. Herbicides. soy. Lucknow and at some private farms in nearby area APPREHENSIONS Can yield level be maintained in Homa Organic? Are enough resources available to promote it massive way? Is there any soil fertility improvement in Homa Organic? Can pests. beans. Extreme climatic changes frost. fruits. etc. carrot. It helps inRejuvenation of soils (Acidic. onion.

water. their delineation in positive and negative energies through science of Astro. These attack crops and destroy them. air. sodic.e.Agnihotra atmosphere is the only solution Analysis of environment in Homa vs non-Homa for microbes and air quality Impact in soil amelioration i.peanuts and walnuts Coffee. saline and acid soils including barren land Impact on water quality Impact on chlorophyll content and photosynthetic efficiency Impact on pest and disease management Changes occurring in Physico. Chemical and Biological properties of soil at regular interval Comparative evaluation of Homa with other Organic Systems on production of different crops Comparative evaluation of nutritional and therapeutic value of produce including shelf life Development of Homa Package which can be adopted by a common farmer Cost benefit analysis of Homa vs other Organic and Conventional system ROLE OF AGNIHOTRA ASH & BIOSOL These are the two great weapons in Homa Organic farming Delineation of their role need to be systematically worked out Analysis of macro and micronutrients Analysis of microbes and plant growth promoting factors in these and their role RESEARCH OPTIONS It is claimed that if properly & precisely done.Nuts . cotton and sugarcane RESEARCH OPTIONS It is high time to initiate systemic research on different aspect of Homa Organic Farming Energy gathered around Pyramid at Agnihotra time.physics Measurement of brain cells and its impact on physic somatic responses Due to pollution.Agnihotra is claimed to reduce the effect of these elements Due to pollution it is claimed that insects show a trend towards mutation. cocoa. NGO and Corporate sectors Field demonstration at public & private farms Strategy to help interested persons for providing Agnihotra Time Table of the year Strategy to prepare cow dung patties and Ghee Training for use of Agnihotra ash. cancer producing elements are found in soil. HO farming is capable of addressing most of the problems of today But it can also be integrated with other organic farming systems There is need to develop a package for different agro-eco situations and crops STRATEGY Inventorization of success stories in India and other parts of the world Intensive training of HOMA Volunteers who can initiate massive field demonstrations Intensive training to interested farmers. Biosol preparation and their use Training for seed production in Homa village Treatment of Seed and other plant parts .

e. I sincerely appeal to every one who had the benefit of participation here should work in more assertive and humble way in conveying the message of Shree Vasant in every nook & corner of country. With this.Boosting of plant vigour and flowering Effective management of pest and disease with Homa techniques Analysis of Cost benefit ratio with Homa other organic and chemical system based farming CONCLUSION During my 12 years of close association in different capacity. To my mind this will be a real homage to the great soul who brought all of us together. religion and position to bring prosperity and harmony in universe. the humanity is at sake and it can vanish our survival at any moment APPEAL Since there will be tremendous apprehensions in acceptance of Homa Organic Farming. Massive fire every where is need of the hour to be promoted by every one of us in any country. Other wise. I am of the view that there is dire need to promote ancient preaching from Vedas to sustain this wonderful planet and arrest climatic disasters. REQUEST Hence. Suphala and Malyaj Sheetlam . the teaching of Shree Vasant i. we can again assure Sujalam.

Some have little knowledge about it. They are worried that this new experiment may further worsen their condition. it is half-baked knowledge. Further we need to explain as to why Organic farming with Homa will be a better option than organic farming alone. he does not allow anybody to leave his cover. People here add religious sentiments and mislead the farmers who perform Agnihotra daily that if they commit some mistake. they need to be well educated and properly directed. Their goals have to be refined and focused to bring cheers in their lives. Head. Most of the farmers blindly believe their local leader and do not initiate any work without his approval.3000/. They should be made to express themselves freely in public and suitably rewarded for their achievements. Division of Basic Sciences & Humanities & Dean. the farmers of this region are unaware of Homa faming i.e. Dharwad Karnataka (North) Organic farming is not new to Karnataka. soil and water and animal and human lives through proper proof. Organic farming is a tradition in this region. They should be taught the healthy practices their forefathers used to follow. If the leader wants to protect his image. Every body knows that video is more powerful than audio. Students’ Welfare. Unfortunately. At present frustrated farmers are looking for some one to take their land on lease basis and pay them Rs. University of Agricultural Sciences. In each taluka a cluster of 250-300 farmers are being trained and encouraged to add Homa to their Organic farming practices for higher benefits and disease-free produce.THE STATUS AND PROSPECTS OF HOMA ORGANIC FARMING IN KARNATAKA Dr. I have plans to purchase 5-6 acres of land or an established garden whichever is available in . insecticides and fertilizers they have so far used have further dampened their hopes. It needs lot of patience. They need to be educated about the Nature’s rhythmic cycle and importance of purity of material used in Agnihotra and accuracy in maintaining Agnihotra timings. To infuse confidence in the souls of these sons of soil. Pre-conceived ideas of the leader force them to stay wherever they are. There should be a Directory of Homa farmers. especially northern Karnataka. especially in Karwar district. Basarkar Professor & Head. Farmers need further information that Tryambakam Homa performed daily for 4-5 hours augment beneficial effects of Agnihotra. It is required to educate them that Blind non-belief is more dangerous than superstition. It’s a slow process. Pramod W. The idea is slowly catching momentum. They have lost confidence not only in themselves but in the entire Agricultural system.per acre. We need to prepare Model farms all over the country where Agnihotra practices will be seen and experienced by the farmers. They should be told with certainty that Homa organic farming is the only way to stop further deterioration in the environment. Such successful farmers need to be projected in public. they will be punished by the God. The sight of model farms will make the farmers believe that Agnihotra works. Many spurious pesticides. Department of Biochemistry. However. Homa farming has remained isolated in very few pockets. utility of Agnihotra in farming. The mass awakening process needs powerful speakers to speak with authority. The successful Homa experiments need to be documented and shown to farmers through modern gadgets and equipments. The Government of Karnataka has taken lead in this aspect. Preparing their mind-set is the first priority. Seeing is believing.

The Fivefold Path Mission needs to look in to all these observations seriously and devote some time in restructuring and remodeling at national level on the basis of the saying Small is beautiful. Wide publicity and public awareness programmes will play the trick. most of the work is like extension activity. Let us create two wings in our Mission. The reports of some researchers showing higher beneficial effects of Homa in Organic farming need to be highlighted. This idea struck me when scientific community of my University neglected the well established resonance point project in non-belief and left it unattended. Communities in India. I have no doubt that more committed workers and faith establishing demonstrations and documentaries will make Homa a grand success not only in Karnataka but in entire India. Turkey etc. The Mission will have to look for young blood to take up from the aged soldiers who are about to retire. These veterans need to transfer this ancient zero technology to the young generation. People in Karnataka know that no organic farmer has committed suicide. other than Hindus need to be convinced about the efficacy of Agnihotra and attracted by projecting those non-Hindus practicing Homa therapy or farming any where in the World or especially at least in countries like Poland. Great future awaits Homa farming in India .and around Dharwad for exercising better and efficient control. It needs to be emphasized that Homa along with Organic farming is better proposal than Organic farming alone. Farmers are slowly becoming aware of the impact of Homa Organic farming and have started believing its to conduct research on Agnihotra and generate scientific data and the other one to get involved in extension activity leading to ‘Agnihotra pyramid to farmers land’ like ‘Lab to Land’ activity for the benefit of the farming community adopted by the Agricultural universities. The scientific community wants scientific proof of the efficacy of Homa farming. No better certification is required than this to establish the fact that Organic farming not only works but can feed masses also through multifold increase in the produce. Although some efforts are going on in that direction.

In the last 2 years we have consumed more food than we produced. crops continue to be raised because artificial fertilizer is injected into the soil. Studies have shown that in many cases the GMO is more aggressive and will eventually wipe out the natural organism from its habitat. Ancient Science of Vruksha Ayurveda has the solution. But Genetically Modified Organisms are biological pollution and this contamination will only increase over time. This is also the case here in India. Q. NPK became the new Mantra in agriculture. What are the results? . soil and water. Q. This was quickly augmented with phosphorus and potash-based fertilizers. Civilization which depends on topsoil for its survival. The soil depth and its richness are a basic standard of health of the living planet. However. As a result of this progressive deterioration. This new menace was then treated with the application of deadly poisons. But even though the soil health is declining. this imbalance in nutrition soon led to a general weakening of plants and a corresponding proliferation of pests and diseases. This is ultimately a suicidal act. If chemical fertilizers were eliminated. radiation. However. of the nutritional content of the food and of the environment. No modern technology exists to deal with this multi-sided attack.WHAT IS HOMA ORGANIC FARMING? Bruce Johnson & Karin Heschl EVER-GREEN REVOLUTION Following World War I the factories which were manufacturing nitrogen-based munitions began producing nitrogen-based fertilizers. pollution in atmosphere. In the Amazon region of the Republic of Peru. man-made and natural. YES. the world would face starvation because the soils are dead. soil damage and finally soil death are occurring. Industrial chemical-based agriculture is by far the most energy INEFFICIENT system of food production. Has anyone seen the results of this technology in modern times? A. A billion and a half people in the world are now fed simply because of the added increase made possible with chemical fertilizers. Is there a solution? A. This. When soil is lost. Scientists have no solution how to stop this deterioration and improve the soil. all these combine to destroy the top six inches of soil on which our life depends. this process is masking the actual biological deterioration of the planet's soils. Soil scientists estimate that three hundred to one thousand years are required for the build up of each inch of topsoil. World food is now in crisis. imbalance and injury to the planet’s life occurs. totalling 3000 acres was monitored by Agronomical engineers from the office of the Presidency of the Republic for seven months including all crops grown in the area. YES. South America thirty units each of 100 acres. per hectare production of food grains is decreasing. It is extremely destructive of soils. It is now presented as Homa Organic Farming. resulting in the disappearance of nutrients and micro-organisms from the soil. Everywhere in the world where the industrial agricultural system and the "green revolution" have spread. Q. This laid the foundation for the ‚green revolution‛ and modern chemical-based industrial agriculture. is destroying that top soil. Even nuclear radioactive poisons will slowly mutate into their non-radioactive forms. ozone holes. combined with acid rain. Chemical pollution no matter how bad will gradually reduce over time.

A. (See Annexure 1). bliss and prosperity on earth. Ancient Science paves the way to bring peace. All plagues and diseases were eradicated. the fruit grew healthy. texture. the yield of the harvest was increased. EVER-GREEN REVOLUTION is  Super-technology of Homa Organic Farming which<  Negates the effects of polluting factors and<  Simultaneously increases per hectare production of harvest. taste. weight. with better color. etc. .

Cost of production is much less compared with other methods. chemical or cultural. electricities. The flood enlivens and purifies everything in its path. This is important from the marketing point of view. fungi. At sunset the flood recedes. The basic tool in Homa Therapy is Agnihotra. Disease resistance increases. a small fire prepared in a copper pyramid exactly to synchronize with arrival of the first rays of sun at sunrise for example. So if you make the atmosphere more nutritious and fragrant by Homa a type of protective coating comes on plants and diseases. pests. "At sunrise the many fires. It is the quintessential sound of that flood. It is awesome. etc.WHY HOMA ORGANIC FARMING Due to hybrid and compound pollution some western Scientists think that we have reached a stage which may be termed 'Irreversible'. The taste of HOMA produce is better than that produced by any other method for the same variety. whether it is organic. Natural predators appear automatically. The harvesting time is reduced and therefore the interest the farmer has to pay on loans from banks will be reduced. Organic farming methods which used to give wonderful results even fifteen years ago now fail to do so. destroying what is impure in its wake. Following is a description of sunrise given in ancient technologies. Plants capacity to breathe increases and the toxic effect of choking to death due to atmospheric toxins is eliminated. ethers and more subtle energies emanating from the sun extend all the way to the earth and produce a flood effect at those coordinates where the sun is said to rise. . due to hybrid pollution. The solution is: HOMA ORGANIC FARMING Homa Organic Farming injects nutrients into the atmosphere to prevent disease and bring natural predators Ancient science of Homa Therapy states that more than 75% of nutrition to plants and soil comes through the atmosphere. The morning Agnihotra Mantra is the essence of that music." TRANSITION PERIOD PROBLEM Farmers making the transition from chemical to organic farming generally face the following difficulties:  Low yields  Poor appearance and size of produce does not meet commercial standards  Insects and pest attack from neighbouring fields The Solution All these problems are totally solved with HOMA Organic Farming         Quantity of harvest per acre will be greater than that grown by any method known to modern science. do not thrive. There is improvement in colour and texture of the harvest. This torrent of life sustaining energies causes all life to rejoice. The first rays have a purificatory effect on the whole atmosphere. At sunrise that music can be heard. HOMA produce has a longer shelf-life than that grown by any known modern method.

spraying with Agnihotra Ash solution. Homa Organic Farming is holistic healing for agriculture and can be used in conjunction with any good organic farming system. The soil in large areas of forest is nearly dead. nonmetallic and gaseous toxicants of different types. a healthy micro-flora and micro-fauna is created. According to modern theory. HOMA Therapy means healing the environment. We have e. After the creation of such micro environment. age or race. because of small cells and active transport is helped by Homa atmosphere. insects. Agnihotra is the smallest and basic HOMA which is performed exactly at sunrise and sunset every day. those elements that are best for that plant are attracted to it and it thrives. . It has been found that when Agnihotra ash is added through normal soil it increases the water soluble phosphate content of the soil and the nutrients are absorbed readily by the root hairs of the plant. of course. the atmosphere. By practising Homa Organic Farming one can grow maximum yield in minimum agricultural area and keep the soil fertile. bacteria. HOMA means Yajnya or Havan. religion. is because nature is so wonderful. The backbone of this ancient science of HOMA Therapy is Agnihotra. HOW HOMA ORGANIC FARMING WORKS The soil. Absorption of mega nutrients like Nitrogen. This. When you perform Agnihotra and YAJNYA or other HOMAS in a garden. They eat the soil. In the rejuvenated soil different types of microorganisms. hydrogen and oxygen. fungi. digest it and again replenish the soil. etc. The soil which has now become a living soil because of the presence of micro organisms has all the chemical components useful for life in the form of carbon. Agnihotra and HOMA Therapy can be practised easily by anyone irrespective of caste.g. atmosphere.WHAT IS HOMA ORGANIC FARMING? HOMA Organic Farming means the application of HOMA Therapy in agriculture. Thus. an atmosphere is created that is conducive to growing and therefore attracts the nutrients. PRACTICE OF HOMA. IS THE KEY. creatures like earthworms thrive. it automatically benefits the soil and the plant. We use these terms interchangeably. organic composting. also bacteria working on phosphorus content of soil. Phosphorus. thrive. In HOMA Organic Farming two more simple Homas are practised Vyahruti Homa and Om Tryambakam Homa. and the plant thrives. HOWEVER. subsoil water are all polluted by metallic. and all of life using the ancient Vedic Science of Yajnya. starting from the level of viruses. nitrogen fixing bacteria. Of course. We have to tell the people this is how Homa farming works. microorganisms and animals that would be happy and thrive in that putting the ash around the individual plants or in the beds or spraying the plants. Potash. we have to use basic operations of farming like weeding. the water pure and the atmosphere nutritious. gender. THE SOIL FIRST NEEDS TO BE REJUVENATED WITH HOMA THERAPY. Same thing happens when you put the ash or use Agnihotra ash water but it works more for the plants individually . these three together form life in the form of bacteria. water. This gives rise to a micro environment or micro-system which is comparatively less toxic to the growing plants. algae.

Just before the next Agnihotra collect the ash and keep it in a glass or earthen container. Insert this lighted piece of cow dung in the middle of the pyramid. Computer. This can last without refrigeration for a long time. You may use a hand fan to blow the air and help the flame. do not blow on the fire so as to avoid bacteria from the mouth affecting the fire. AGNIHOTRA PROCEDURE A few minutes before the actual time of sunrise and sunset you should start to prepare the Agnihotra fire as follows: Place a flat piece of dried cow dung at the bottom of the copper pyramid. You take a few grains of rice in a dish or your left palm and apply a few drops of ghee to them. . If rice is broken the subtle energy structure around the material is disturbed and hence is not fit for Agnihotra healing fire. Highly polished rice loses nutritional value and hence low polished rice. Apply a little Ghee to a small piece of cow dung and light it. This completes morning Agnihotra. This completes evening Agnihotra. Agnihotra fire is to be prepared from this dried cow dung. If you miss the timing it is not Agnihotra and you will not get the healing effect on the atmosphere or in the ash. East or West Europeans. MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR AGNIHOTRA PYRAMID: For Agnihotra you require a copper pyramid of specific size. Powerful energy is locked up in this material. DRIED COW DUNG: Take dung from male or female progeny of a cow. At sunset do the same by using evening Mantras. Agnihotra creates medicinal and healing atmosphere.generated timetables are available for any place using software developed in Germany. which has no additives and is pure. After each Agnihotra try to spare as many minutes as you can for meditation. Utter the second Mantra and after the word SWAHA add a few grains of rice to the fire. GHEE (clarified butter): Take some butter from cow's milk. TIMINGS: Agnihotra is practised exactly at sunrise and sunset each day. You can sit at least till the fire extinguishes itself. RICE: Brown rice. animals and human beings and at the same time give nourishment. Exactly at sunrise utter the first Mantra and after the word SWAHA add a few grains of rice (as little as you can hold in the pinch of your fingers will suffice) to the fire. It can be used for plants or making folk medicines. Do not use any mineral oil or similar material to start the fire. Cow dung is treated as medicine in all ancient cultures whether they be Indians of North or South America. Copper is a conductor for subtle energies also. Heat it on low heat. Africans or Asians. When used in Agnihotra fire it acts as a carrier agent for subtle energies. Ghee is a very special medicinal substance. the basic healing fire of HOMA Therapy. Make pancake-like patties and dry them in sun. What passes through is clarified butter (Ghee). Agnihotra can neutralize the effects of pollution on plants. At sunrise and sunset the fire should be ablaze in the pyramid. is a small fire prepared in a copper pyramid exactly at sunrise and sunset each day.WHAT IS AGNIHOTRA? Agnihotra. Scandinavians. However. Soon all the dung in the pyramid will catch fire. Arrange pieces of dried cow dung in the pyramid in such a manner as will allow air to pass. Only unbroken pieces of rice should be used for Agnihotra. After the water has evaporated and white solids have risen to the top pass the liquid through a fine strainer.

VYÁHRUTI MANTRA bhooh swáhá agnaye idam na mama Add a drop of ghee after swáhá. Where there is vibration there is also sound. AGNIHOTRA MANTRAS AT SUNRISE sooryáya swáhá sooryáya idam na mama Add the first portion of rice after Swáhá. It should also performed for 24 hours on full moon and no moon days. prajápataye swáhá prajápataye idam na mama Add the second portion of rice after Swáhá. bhuwah swáhá wáyawe idam na mama Add a drop of ghee after swáhá. It is also performed when commencing Om Tryambakam Homa. It is only vibrations when you go into it. . When we do these Mantras. AT SUNSET Agnaye swáhá agnaye idam na mama Add the first portion of rice after Swáhá. Om Tryambakam Homa should be performed for 4 hours every day. swah swáhá sooryáya na mama Add a drop of ghee after swáhá. Agnihotra should be performed every day at sunrise and sunset. Vyahruti Homa can be performed at any time except sunrise and sunset. These vibrations exist for everything. bhoor bhuwah swah swáhá prajápataye idam na mama Add a spoonful of ghee after swáhá. OM TRYAMBAKAM MANTRA Om tryambakam yajámahe sugandhim pushti wardhanam urwárukamiwa bandhanán mrutyor muksheeya mámrutát swáhá Add a drop of ghee after swáhá.MANTRAS FOR HOMA THERAPY There are vibrations that exist every-where. Then the desired results are realised. the sounds we utter activate these special vibrations that will create certain atmosphere of effects. Prajápataye swáhá prajápataye idam na mama Add the second portion of rice after Swáhá. so anything can be activated. controlled or changed by Mantras.

by regular performance of morning and evening Agnihotra. The morning Agnihotra Mantra is the quintessential sound of that flood. The pyramid is the generator. ethers are attracted to the pyramid in its shape. This flood of energies at sunrise creates strong purifying effects on all levels wherever it touches the Earth. The pyramid is the generator. At sunset these energies are thrust out in same energy. When the flame dies the energy is locked in the resultant ash. It calms the world. Tremendous amounts of energy are gathered around the Agnihotra copper pyramid just at Agnihotra time. energies. utter these mantras and offer the rice mixed with ghee to the fire. Also consider the quality of materials burnt wherein lies the full effect of this healing HOMA. A magnetic type field is created. is purified. which makes all conditions conducive to an anti-pollutionary change. If you then prepare the fire in the prescribed copper pyramid. An aura energy field is created around plants during Agnihotra. Therefore. Thus plants become stronger and disease resistant. This ash is used for preparing various folk medicines.HOW DOES AGNIHOTRA WORK? The sun brings or takes the energy. one which neutralises negative energies and reinforces positive energies. the turbine. the fire. then a channel is being created through all the atmosphere and PRANA . . Much healing energy emanates from the Agnihotra pyramid. Agnihotra amplifies these purifying effects in the following way: This flood of subtle energies carries music with it. the turbine. The rhythms and Mantras generate subtle energies which are thrust into the atmosphere by fire. the fire. you create a positive energy pattern on all levels. Just at morning Agnihotra all the electricities. When Agnihotra fire is burnt there is not just energy from the fire.

etc. cats. stone. Inside the Agnihotra Hut (4 copper pyramids) 15 cm Floor level TRYAMBAKAM HUT . This way. chickens.RESONANCE POINT Resonance Technique is a part of HOMA Therapy. Simple practices are used to heal large areas of diseased land in a short time. but acts as a Resonance Pyramid. adobe bricks. cane. the main hut or Agnihotra hut is where the AGNIHOTRA fire is performed daily at sunrise and sunset. found locally. a hole of approximately 18 inches depth and 1 ft x 1 ft should be dug. natural materials. The Agnihotra hut is a place of silence. All this should be ready before the Homa Therapy volunteers come to install and activate the resonance point. other than the Mantras. a column of mud is built on top of it. to heal up to 150 acres of land. if possible. The one on the left is for the daily AGNIHOTRA performance and the one on the right is for the performance of other occasional fires. The same human effort is required to heal one or one hundred and fifty acres. from entering. bamboo. etc. mats. 3 x 4 meters. no words. the longer side aligned with the EAST/WEST axis. Therefore we can install a RESONANCE POINT. Entrance has to be from the WEST and one will sit down facing EAST to do the fires. Near the EAST wall and parallel to it. After activation. They are simply to protect the person performing the healing fires of HOMA Therapy from the sun. The pyramid on the column will not be used again. This way there is no interference with the subtle healing energies. For this 10 new pyramids are needed which are charged with mantras and placed on the farm in a special configuration by a Homa Therapy volunteer who is authorized to install resonance points. This hut is the Generator of Healing energies. Size should be approx. once the main pyramid is buried. AGNIHOTRA HUT One hut. Then two of the other activated pyramids are placed on smaller mud platforms on the right and left hand side in front of the main column. to an approximate height of 18 inches and another activated pyramid is placed on top of it. are spoken inside. rain and to prevent animals like dogs. It is ideal to build this hut in the centre of the farm. directly above the buried pyramid. Also 2 simple huts have to be built with inexpensive. the pyramid on the column is at heart level of the person sitting on the floor in front of the column. like wood. Altogether we have 4 pyramids in this hut. Nobody will live there.

We do 4 hours Om Tryambakam Homa daily and twenty-four hours on full and new moon days here. It is the fire. east and west from the central point of resonance. if necessary with locks. It is important that no rain or any other material should enter the pyramids. On each point a column of mud is built. This results in a sharing of the labour and costs between the farms. when they are not in use. and an activated pyramid is placed on top of the column. We are doing the fires for agriculture. You face EAST while doing HOMA. which should be at heart level of a person standing (approx. 2 pyramids are to be placed on small columns of mud. This example shows a complex of 24 small farms which could cooperate as a single Resonance Point unit.. animals and human beings.e. Small wooden boxes. . We call it the HEALING HUT or OM TRYAMBAKAM HUT. at a maximum distance of 440m exactly north. It is for sick people to sit there and they get automatically healed.This hut is to be little larger than the first one (4x5m). to maintain the pyramids clean and safe. It is better to construct this hut at the entrance of the farm so that outsiders can come and go without disturbing the privacy of those who live and/or work on the farm. the Agnihotra hut. south. can be built on top of each column. i. 4 feet Agnihotra Hut Farmhouse Tryambakam Hut HOMA ORGANIC FARM COMPLEX    The same human effort is required to heal one acre or 150 acres.4 ft). yet the whole area becomes healing area for sick plants. Layout of a Resonance Point on a HOMA farm E N W S Height of resonance columns approx. The one on the right is for OM TRYAMBAKAM HOMA and the one on the left is for AGNIHOTRA. In this HEALING hut. RESONANCE PILLARS The other four pyramids are installed on the boundary of the farm.

etc. not at sunrise. . The quality of the production will be superior in quantity.e. Keep Agnihotra ash and Om Tryambakam ash in separate vessels. plants and animals. he has to attend special classes. texture. to rejuvenate the earth and to improve the quality of the water. Poverty and disease can be eradicated from the world. It is important. that the pyramid faces exactly the same direction as when it was activated. This is how the science of Homa Therapy works.control weeds . AGNIHOTRA should be performed daily at exact timings given by computer according to the longitude and latitude of the specific farm. Before entering the Agnihotra hut minimum discipline is to wash hands. To heal sick plants. the sun contact is kept between the sun and this particular point.produce abundant and healthy crops. After cooling down we remove the ash from all the pyramids. What the farmer has to do afterwards is very simple. mix it with water and it can be given to a sick tree or any other plants in the area. which uses a certain definition for sunrise/sunset (as given by the Rishis according to Vruksha Ayurveda) If Om Tryambakam Homa is being performed and time of sunrise/sunset is coming. Om Tryambakam Homa ash can be added to compost or put directly onto the field. These guidelines are to be followed in order to: . as the earth rotates. feet. nematodes. VERMICOMPOST) is recommended. The performance of Agnihotra in this hut has to be started at sunset. According to ancient science. about 50 cm deep. that is daily performance of AGNIHOTRA and OM TRYAMBAKAM HOMA. Some important points:  For exact calculations of sunrise/sunset Agnihotra timings we use computer software developed in Germany. It is like switching on this point at sunset. prosperous farmer again. It will be taught free. bacteria. Om Tryambakam Homa can be resumed. On full moon and new moon.      . i. BIOSOL and COMPOST (i. The Homa therapist will come to the farm and set up the Resonance point. The main pyramid which has been charged first will be buried in the Agnihotra hut. viruses.ACTIVATION OF THE TEN RESONANCE PYRAMIDS Activation of pyramids is done in the Agnihotra hut only once in a lifetime. it will be interrupted briefly and Agnihotra is performed in the left hand pyramid. color. taste.e. Every farmer can become a happy. disease resistance and reduction of harvesting losses.heal plants from fungi. Along with the healing fires application of AGNIHOTRA ASH-WATER SOLUTION. All pyramids are charged at the same time with fire and Mantra. nutritional value. If the farmer wants to learn how to set up resonance points. face and rinse your mouth. should remain exactly parallel to the eastern wall when buried. weevils. the side which was parallel to the eastern wall during activation. Immediately after. The resonance pyramid on top of the column should be placed exactly over the buried pyramid and also exactly aligned as was the buried pyramid. Also a minimum of 4 hours of OM TRYAMBAKAM HOMA should be performed daily. Only Agnihotra ash is used as medicine for humans. harmful insects. 24 hours or as near as possible to 24 hours of OM TRYAMBAKAM HOMA should be performed.

The diameter of air valve opening should be one and a half inch (1 1/2‛). The air ball valve should be fixed properly. Agnihotra Ash = 1kg Copper Shree Yantra 20kg 20lt 20lt 20kg 4 x Cowdung = 80kg 10 x clean water = 200lt 0. liquid outlet and a lid. We can use Biosol liquid for foliar application to nourish plant kingdom as well as we can also rebuild the soil health with Biosol. .000 liters in volume. Outlet for Biosol liquid should be of six inches (6‛) diameter and oriented so as to facilitate easy removal of Biosol. Agnihotra Ash will have a significant positive effect on all the materials used and will make the Biosol rich in macronutrients. Care should be taken that after filling the material in proper proportion lid should be sealed carefully to avoid air leakage.PREPARATION AND APPLICATION OF GLORIA BIOSOL Mary Lee Weir and Sanjay Patil Biosol System of fertilization is composed of processes which lead to the bio-degradation of organic matter developed within Homa atmosphere using Agnihotra Ash and its solution with Yantra. Biosol is superior to vermiwash because we keep the organic material for bio-degradation in a bio-digester with Agnihotra Ash for thirty days. It is filled with organic matter and Agnihotra ash water solution.5 x cow's urine = 10lt 4 x Vermi compost = 80kg MATERIALS USED (for 500 litre tank) Vermicompost Fresh cow dung Cow urine Agnihotra Ash Shree Yantra Water 80 kg 80 kg 10 lt 1 kg 1 unit 200 lt BIO-DIGESTER The bio-digester tank may be of 500 litres or 1. Lid should be sealed with good quality adhesive and teflon tape. It may be in the form of cylindrical rigid plastic tank or a cement tank with air valve.

The moist solid material which remains after removing Biosol liquid should be squeezed and more liquid Biosol is collected. 1lt Gloria Biosol 15lt Water Dilution is 1:15 (Liquid Gloria Biosol: Agnihotra Ash Water) . 3.Finally repeat the process a third time and add the slurry to the tank. At an interval of seven days. Roughly 20 litres is required per acre per month. It should be used for foliar applications with water at a ratio of 1:15 to 1:20 depending on density of plant population. 7. 80kg vermicompost and 10 litres cow urine. pour it into the tank. Make sure that all the material is fully stirred.e.Put one Copper Shree Yantra at the bottom of the tank facing upwards. After thirty days outlet valve is opened to remove the Biosol liquid.Make two hundred litres Agnihotra ash water solution (i. say about six months.Mix one part vermicompost. Seal the lid with adhesive and teflon tape. (Shree Yantra geometrical design is engraved in copper and. Care should be taken that glue should not fall in the tank while sealing.Divide the cow dung and vermicompost into 3 piles each. is a powerful energy attractor). In this way for thirty days the biodegradation of organic matter will take place in the presence of Agnihotra Ash. 2. This can be done outside the tank. according to traditional knowledge. In this way filling of 160 kilos of organic matter + ten liters cow urine + 200 liters of Agnihotra Ash solution is done. (Make sure the valves are closed before pouring. It should be filled in air tight plastic cans of suitable sizes. release the air valve to release the gas formed in the Bio-digester.Repeat the same process with the second portion of the materials while stirring the material continuously and then add the second slurry to the tank.Add the remaining Agnihotra ash water solution to the tank and again stir.) 6. We can spray Biosol liquid on any type of crop at an interval of seven days. After stirring thoroughly. If we preserve Biosol liquid in air-tight cans it will last longer. one part cow dung. 5. 8. 4.Collect 80kg fresh cow dung. We may get about two hundred litres of Biosol liquid. Let it stand for 3 days before use. one kilo of Agnihotra Ash in two hundred liters of water). about 3 litres of cow urine and about fifty litres of Agnihotra ash water solution and stir to a slurry. Left over solid Biosol which is having maximum macro nutrients should be mixed with any type of organic manure at a ratio of 1:5.PROCEDURE 1.

they are non-existant. This is the challenge. but if you find you. Thus besides the many benefits that accrue directly to plants. quantum mechanics (quantum physics) tells us that effects of some seemingly physical processes can and do have power much greater than pure physical science indicates. your family and your workers benefiting directly themselves. Double-blind studies I conducted at University of Pune demonstrated that if the three sunrise/sunset Agnihotra inputs are modified in any manner. Can this be proven yet? Not definitively. we feel a strong compulsion to spread the word. it may be too late. clarity. don’t blame us. Outside stresses on mind are reduced through Homa Therapy. Were we to wait until every ‘i’ is dotted or every ‘t’ crossed. via the agency of Prana. Polluted—and worse—atmosphere affects all living beings on our planet. therefore. This is a hint into the Vedic prescriptions that state that Agnihotra effects travel upward 12km and 1½ km in diameter. try Homa Therapy and let the proof be in the pudding! . Size and shape of the copper pyramid similarly must be exact. Finally. serenity and perspective that not only feeds a detached state of mind. though sad problem has evolved over the past 6 years whereby more than 200. when we come across ways to manifest these goals. healthy and holy. In India. It is not at all surprising. The point is this. affect positively all living organisms.HOMA PSYCHOTHERAPY Dr Barry Rathner As we humans all share the common desire to be happy. but fosters self-confidence leading to a feeling of being able to overcome difficulties. Certainly we will refund your misery should you wish to have it back. Gov’t of India has been forced to subsidize farmers to prevent further such tragedies. a unique. If experiences have noted and even anecdotal evidence is compiled that remain indisputable thus far. This includes humans. do Agnihotra and Homa Therapy for your farm. But the gauntlet has been thrown down.000 farmers have committed suicide under the financial and other pressures that have been thrust upon them. the effects are not only diluted. animals and plants. Homa Psychotherapy states that Agnihotra transposes to the mind. Nature is restored to balance through Homa Therapy. emergency conditions facing us all demand we perhaps compromise our procedures to the extent that we jump in. As we have been told. the positive results that have been observed in human behaviour and in emotional balance in several countries speaks to the great value of Homa Psychotherapy for all of us. Timing must be exact. that processes connected with Homa Therapy. Mantras must be recited properly. The three materials to be burnt are non-negotiable.

star fruit. an Organic and Ecological technique called HOMA THERAPY. We give full support to Dr. weight. Tingo Maria. soya bean. etc. each one with 40 hectares. mango. of the conservation of soils. 1999 MINISTRY OF THE PRESIDENCY-INADE Special Project Alto Huallaga (Signature) _______________________ Engineer Jose A. bananas. without having achieved any success. legal control. etc. efforts have been made to overcome the critical situation regarding plant health. cocoa. tea. Since many years. coffee. All of them are under an integrated system of perennial crops such as plantain.ANNEXURE 1 Translation from original Spanish document signed and sealed by the Ministry of the PresidencyINADE (National Institute of Development) Republic of Peru.. Support Office of the Zone L. texture. with methods such as: cultural control. and complemented with apiculture and cattle rearing.P. corn. May 17th. the yield of the harvest was increased. As a consequence.A. plagues and diseases were eradicated. in the area of Alto Huallaga. avocados. taste. This makes a total of about 1. the fruit grew healthy.200 hectares. achieving to substantially reduce the existence of different pathogenic agents. Special project Alto Huallaga The Headquarters of the Zone Leoncio Prado-Padre Abad Certifies: That since 7 months ago. forests and the preservation of the environment in the area of Alto Huallaga. citrus. In the zone of Alto Huallaga to date we have established 30 modules and more are being installed in agricultural areas in which HOMA THERAPY is being applied. sesame. Munoz Cardenas Chief. chemical control. etc. is being applied in the rejuvenation of the crops of the region. biological control. papaya. with better color. they are making a contribution in favor of agriculture. Gloria Guzman Mendez in her capacity as expert and the person in charge of AGRICULTURAL HOMA THERAPY in our area of influence and we have considered to give total support to the farmers who have been working in the application of HOMA THERAPY because with their work.-P. These are combined with annual crops of a short vegetative cycle such as rice.. . etc. nuts.

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