FAQ's

1.IS KSHETRAA HUMIC STARS YET ANOTHER FERTILIZER?

No, it is not a fertilizer in its own right, but a complementary element that would boost the action of the fertilizers.

2. WHAT IMPROVEMENTS CAN BE SEEN?

The most definitive improvement and change that one can see in using Kshetraa Humic Star is a dramatic increase in crop yield and a surprising level of decrease in usage of fertilizers, which is enjoyed by the farmers, already using Kshetraa humic star. The usage of Chemical fertilizers can be gradually brought down and can be completely stopped from the 4th year onwards whereby the farmer will benefit a dramatic increase in yield with a drastic decrease in usage of fertilizers.[in simple words, Increase in Income and Decrease in Expenditure }. The other most visible changes that can be experienced by using Kshetraa humic Star are, Accelerated germination of vitality seeds, Root development, Increased root vitality, reduced frost damage and Drought resistance.

3.WHY WOULD I NEED A BOOSTER WHEN I’M ALREADY INVESTING ON FERTILIZERS?

Most of the nutrients that are intended for plant uptake in the fertilizers do not end up being utilized by the crop plants; these nutrients are lost or become unavailable to the plants due to poor soil structure or poor soil properties or leaching or all

4.IS IT SAFE TO USE?

Humates are very organic, eco-friendly; in no way will ever pollute the soils.  They play an important role in our eco-cycles, environmental safety, and are not harmful to animals, plants, humans.The most highlighting benefit of Kshetraa humic star is that it prevents nitrate and other harmful pesticides from leaking down to the ground waters.

5.WHICH CROPS BENEFIT FROM USAGE OF KHSETRAA HUMIC STARS?

Sandy soils are characterised by less compactness and poor humus content. Improvements in humus content can be observed after the usage of Khsetraa humic stars in lands that are ready for re-cultivation.

Cereals:  Paddy, maize, ragi, sorghum, wheat, barley.

Pulses:  Cowpea, soya bean, green gram, black gram, red gram, Bengal gram, lablab.

Oil Seeds:  Groundnut, gingelly, sunflower, castor, rapeseed, mustard, linseed, safflower, soybean.

Cash Crops:  Sugarcane, cotton, coconut, cashew.

Vegetables:  Tomato, brinjal, bhendi, onion, capsicum, radish, drumstick, amaranths.

Tuber Crops:  Potato, tapioca, sweet potato.

Cole Crops:  Carrot, beet root, cabbage, cauliflower, knoll.

Fruit:  Guava, mango, citrus, sapota, jack fruit, banana, pomegranate, amla, watermelon, papaya, grapes, apple, pear, plums, peach.

Timber/Trees:  Teak, casuarinas, eucalyptus, bamboo.

Flowering Variety:  Rose, jasmine, marigold, chrysanthemum, crossandra, tuberose, nerium, golden rod.

Condiments and Spices:  Black pepper, chillies, gingers, turmeric, cardamom, betel nuts, curry leaf.

Fibre Crops:  Cotton, jute, sunhempmesta.

Plantation Crops:  Tobacco, cinchona, Indian hemp teas, coffee, rubber, mulberry, betel leaves.

Greenhouse Plants:  Gladiolus, dahlia, gerbera, carnation.

6.WHAT ARE THE MODES OF APPLICATION ?

SOIL APPLICATION:

 It ranges from 5 ML, 30ML, 40ML, 100 ml of Kshetraa Humic Stars in 1 litre of water.  This can be applied to the soil with the aid of conventional ground sprayer / back-pack sprayer.  Application varies with soil and kind of plant.

FOLIAR APPLICATION:

Dilute 1 to 1.5 litres Kshetraa Humic Stars in 200 litres of water.  This can be applied with ground sprayer / back pack sprayer; application may vary with soil, nature of plant variety.

FERTIGATION/DRIP IRRIGATION APPLICATION:

Dilute 0.1% of potassium Kshetraa Humic Stars with water for fertigation.

Any farmer who uses Kshetraa Humic Stars will definitely choose always Kshetraa only, recommend other farmers to use Kshetraa Humic Stars.In short Kshetraa humic star can be used for any produce of agricultural cultivation.

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