Scientist Rediscovers Ancient Indian Pesticide, Helps 100s of Farmers Improve Soil

Described in an ancient treatise Vrikshayurveda (The Science of Plant Life) by Surpala in Bundelkhand Central India about 1,000 years ago as a ‘natural pesticide’ made from fish and animal waste, Kunapajala is a miracle organic fertiliser.

It is said to increase soil fertility, eliminate stubborn pests that survive even with chemical fertilisers, and removes pesticide residue within a few years.

And the man behind it all was a renowned agricultural scientist, the founder and chairman of the Asian Agri-History Foundation (AAHF) —Late Dr Y L Nene.

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