Nature’s way of composting- Banana papaya circles
Banana-papaya circle is one of most potent and exemplary natural design also sometimes called a pit garden to compost organic waste and raising natural food at the same-time without any additional maintenance and watering. It has some of below mentioned multiple magical functions for any space to be planted with.
· Natural compost pit (check anti-burning of organic material and decentralized organic waste management naturally)
· Effective waste water management system in natural way
· Organic food production with zero maintenance and input requirements
· Frugal,natural, innovative and food-forest garden design
Bio-enzymes (BEs) also known as eco-enzymes/garbage enzymes/fruit enzymes and technically; effective microorganisms (EMOs) are product of simple process of fermentation of 30–90 days. Any organic waste including fruits and vegetables’ peels or whole fruit could be made into bio-enzymes. These are alike pro-biotic vinegar and has multiple use ranging from home care to agricultural applications to environmental bio-remediation.
How to make bio-enzymes (BEs)
I am fascinated with gardening from the very childhood age. I have plucked different fruits and stolen various plants from the neighbouring homes, climbing trees and around in the formative years of childhood. Sometimes I did pay the price in terms of injuries while fleeing when owner of house got tried to catch us. Once I too got caught and handed over to police for stealing indoor plants from a doctor’s house to plant-in new pots, and handed me over to police, which tended me to return back the plant I stole. …
There are hundreds of thousands of seeds. Many of us are not even able to recognise the corresponding seeds of the food we eat. The average botanist could at most identify some hundreds of them. While studying agriculture in university formally, I passed some practical seed identification exams. I observed that seeds from the same family look quite similar; even those who deal with them on daily basis might get confused. But the beauty of the seeds is that they never lose their identity.
One thing all seeds share in common, no matter how similar or different they seem from…
Historically, food has usually been grown both locally and in a decentralized system; in the form of kitchen/cottage gardens. Progressively we stopped growing food individually and began to trust the growing of safe and healthy food to someone else, or as the government’s responsibility.
Now that the major agricultural companies have demonstrated that they have no incentive to grow safe food or practice ecological sensibility, people are again reconsidering the value of growing their own food, using natural practices and traditional knowledge systems. …