THE BIOSOL - HOMA SYSTEM IS NOT AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE AGRICULTURAL HOMA METHOD, but it is a good accessory.
It has been observed that the Biosol-Homa has helped in the recovery and rejuvenation of poor soils and it is used like organic manure for the cultivations.
BIOSOL - HOMA BIO-FERTILIZATION SYSTEM
The integrated management of cultivations applying Homa technology is developed in Homa atmosphere, with the application of Agnihotra ash and the use of the Biosol-Homa Fertilization System, achieving healthy and abundant crops.
The whole Biosol - Homa System is developed in Homa atmosphere with the use of Agnihotra ash. Homa atmosphere is achieved through the effect of the fires of Homa Therapy.
Agnihotra is the basic fire of Homa Therapy, which allows nutritious and healing energies to enter the agricultural area from the biosphere. This creates a resonance point in an area of 40 hectares.
The radiation generated by the Homa fires is maintained inside the agricultural area. These healing energies are caught up in the smoke and in the Agnihotra ash.
The nutritious and medicinal solutions of Homa Therapy are prepared and used for foliage fumigation, in the preparations of the Biosol - Homa system, and in seed and sapling beds.
It is not necessary to use Agnihotra ash in large quantities. Its presence in the solution assures its effect. The radiation caught inside the ash produces the desired healing effect. (For each 4 liters of water add one tablespoon of Agnihotra ash.)
The Agnihotra ash obtained at sunrise and sunset is collected and then placed in a water receptacle of 200 liters or more for three days. This is the medicinal Agnihotra ash solution. (For 200 liters of water, 40 tablespoons of Agnihotra ash are needed.)
Om Tryambakam Homa and the Vyahruti Homa are performed daily to strengthen the healing effect created by the Agnihotra fire.
The high concentration of healing energy available inside the agricultural Homa area allows all components of the ecosystem to be nurtured. It also supports the energy cycle of the planet.
The Mantrams and certain biorhythms of nature used in Homa Therapy are factors which unify and activate the ecosystems.
All life inside the Homa area rejuvenates. Even the minerals change their behavior. They also have life because they react.
The mineralization process is facilitated through the Homa Therapy effect and the subsequent absorption of these elements through the membrane of the root cells is made easier.
The metabolic cycles inside the cells of the vegetables are also more efficient through the Homa effect. Homa atmosphere induces the plants, via biofeedback, to produce very important molecules for the vegetable physiology in great concentration--molecules which are necessary for plant development and influence crop yield. Such molecules are usually in the plasma and in the nucleus: chlorophyll, the phosphates, alkaloids, enzymes, hormones, vitamins, hexaphosphates, triosas and co-enzymes participating in the cellular respiration and energy transportation in general. This includes nucleic acids and nucleotides. The cellular division accelerates.
The vegetable cell absorbs extraordinarily high amounts of energy through the effect of Homa atmosphere. It causes the cell to absorb nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphates, potassium and others available in convenient concentration in the soil. This assures a good plant feeding and is achieved through the application of Homa technology and the use of the Biosol - Homa biofertilization system.
These biochemical reactions, manifesting in the behavior and morphology of the plants, have special characteristics due to the Homa effect:
1. Shortening of the vegetative cycle by over 50%.
2. Formation of good quality foliage, yielding vigorous plants with dark, thick, shiny green leaves. The distribution of the leaves and their angle allow all the leaves to receive sunlight.
3. The shaft develops much thicker and with little height, which ensures more foliage and fructification.
4. The water production is increased, which balances this vital liquid throughout the fibers of the plant. This is why Homa fruits are large and juicy. The whole structure of the plant shows this characteristic, even during dry spells.
5. Homa Therapy decreases the use of calcium in the plants. This allows the fruits to develop thin shells, enough to protect them. It is also reflected in the low levels of calcium pectin in the formation of the cellular wall, which gives rigidity to the cells. This can be observed in citrus fruits, avocados, tomatoes, mangos, papaya, etc.
6. Through the development of Homa methods inside the agricultural area, increased seed production and high germination potential result. Seeds germinate quickly due to the Homa effect. The germination time is shortened up to 60%. The cucumber, for example, germinates in less than 3 days with Therapy Homa; in conventional agriculture, using chemical substances, it germinates in 5 days.
7. Potassium is more mobile inside the plant structure through the Homa effect, and as a consequence it impels the normal cellular division in the young meristematic cells. This is shown in the permanent production of cultivations that give crops in a cyclic manner. For example, the palm oil tree normally gives one large production and several small ones. With Homa Therapy the crops are given in a uniform way.
8. Through the Homa effect, the plant becomes more resistant to strong winds, rains and other external influences such as damage from being trampled by animals, etc.
9. The growing seeds very quickly develop strong roots through the Homa effect.
10. Grafts which have been transplanted adapt easily through the Homa effect.
11. Due to Homa, the plants have a great regeneration capacity after having been injured, for example, after pruning.
12. Through the Homa effect the plant achieves better absorption and use of nutrients. The whole plant has a high nutrient content.
13. Through the Homa effect the fruits develop in increased size and weight, with better color, flavor, aroma and texture, rich in sugars, vitamins and other nutritional and medicinal components.
If possible, soya cultivation is important within the agricultural Homa area. Besides having many nutrients, the soybean develops special medicinal and nutritional qualities through the Homa effect.
14. Due to the Homa effect the plant strengthens its homeostatic, immunologic and energy system and becomes resistant to plagues and diseases.
15. Fruits become less perishable after the harvest. This is important for export products.
16. The agricultural Homa products are not only organic and ecological (free of toxins), but these biofoods also have a higher nutritional level and energetic medicinal properties.
Homa technology facilitates the food and medicine production in a sustained, organic and ecological way.
The different types of organic methods only biofertilize the soil, using organic fertilizers, but they cannot be ecological. Homa Therapy is a technique of organic, ecological agriculture and is also medicinal. It heals the atmosphere, purifies the water, fertilizes the soil, and prevents, controls and eradicates plagues and diseases of the whole plant kingdom. It nurtures and produces a balance in all components of the ecosystem and the whole existent biodiversity, which includes animals and humans.
To recycle the organic waste produced in an agricultural Homa area and to optimize the fertilization of the soils, the Biosol-Homa biofertilization system is used.
The Biosol-Homa biofertilization system is composed of operations and processes which lead to the biodegradation of organic waste developed within Homa atmosphere, using Agnihotra ash and its solution with a Yantram (copper disk with a special design).
Using the Homa methods, it is possible to obtain a "complete" bio manure for the plants, containing in convenient concentration all nutrients as macro elements, oligoelements and others. The Homa bio manure gives the plants special medicinal and nutritional qualities for both animals and humans, besides being organic and ecological.
In this process the biomass passes through a mineralization process.
It begins with the biodegration of the material (substrate) in the compost pile, passing then to the alimentary canal of earthworms to complete the process.
Using the Homa method, the obtained biomass of this whole process ends up biodegrading in a Homa biodigester, acquiring wonderful qualities. It is a powerful fertilizer for foliation and even has a high content in phyto-hormones. After this process, the compost becomes a liquid biofertilizer and is called "Biosol-Homa".
Each liter of Biosol-Homa is dissolved in 100 liters of Agnihotra ash solution (made with a Yantram). Then it is applied to the soil. This plant food is quickly assimilated through the cellular membrane of the plant roots.
The Biosol Homa biofertilization system allows you to fertilize thousands of hectares.
COMPOST - HOMA
Through the Homa effect, beneficial microorganisms develop in the biomass of the compost which accelerate the biodegradation and enrich the content.
In the handling of the HOMA - COMPOST production, the following should be observed:
NATURE OF THE HOMA SOIL
Inside an agricultural area where Homa Therapy is applied, the biodigestive work of earthworms is more efficient, thereby improving the physical, chemical and biological properties of the soil. In these Homa soils their reproduction cycle is shortened and even their physiology and their morphology changes. They are redder, of larger size and thicker.
The work of earthworms is even more necessary in the rejuvenation of soils of the type "ultisol". These are red and yellow soils of low fertility, almost unproductive with a pH below 4.5. These soils have little capacity of cationic exchange, which favors the leaching of the elements. They possess a relatively high capacity to fix phosphate compounds, which makes them difficult for the plant to assimilate. They also have little drainage capacity, a high erosion grade and are undercut.
Good agricultural soil consists of the basic elements that assure the future of cultivation. A good seed contains all the creative force of the nature, able to develop into a leafy tree, but is subject to its environment, which involves mainly the soil quality giving birth to the seed, and the exposure to the sunlight.
This means that there are 3 forces interacting for the birth of a plant:
The force inside the seed, the force of the soil and the force of the sun.
Earthworm humus is added in great concentration to the soil through the
effect of Homa Therapy. This increases the buffer capacity that helps
correct the existing acidity.
To the presence and physiological reaction of these microorganisms the work of the earthworms has to be added. A very favorable ecosystem for the plants is developed in Homa soils. To this the nutrition from the biosphere is added, which is attracted due to the effect of Homa Therapy. These factors are responsible for the very special humus content of Homa soil.
The first physiologic manifestation of the seed at the end of its germination process is the fixation of the roots in the soil.
The soil treated with Homa Therapy invites all creatures such as earthworms and beneficial microorganisms, in combined action, to prepare and nurture the plant under very favorable conditions.
The structure of these Homa soils allows the optimum development of plant roots, good drainage of water and air circulation. It has the highest capacity of water retention and least soil compaction.
The permeability of the soil is increased, making it less vulnerable to drought. The capacity of ion exchange is increased. The small roots develop favorably, for optimal functioning. The regulation of plant nutrition is made easy. The soil becomes a food supply for the plants, due to the combined action of earthworms and the microorganisms of the soil. The formed humus mineralizes little by little, liberating not only the nitric N, but also the other biofertilizing elements which were integrated in the organic matter.
The formation of assimilable soluble phosphates is uninterrupted in spite of the free iron and calcium complexes. The Agnihotra ash helps the phosphate complex present in the soil to become soluble and therefore available to the plant.
The high concentration of O2 inside the agricultural Homa area increases the oxidation of the humus, producing Co2 in the soil. The soil becomes loose and spongy, and the presence of carbonic gas allows certain biofertilizing elements to become soluble, putting them within reach of the plants through the cellular membrane of the little roots.
A soil treated with Homa Therapy has a lot of available humus. The plant can extract the maximum amount of biofertilizing elements. They increase from season to season, also increasing the harvest. The humic acid is in great concentration, which stimulates the growth of the roots remarkably. This is not only because of the content of biofertilizing elements, but also due to the structure and physiology of the Homa soil.
The biological matter will be transformed through microorganisms (compost) and turned into humus passing through the alimentary canal of the earthworms.
To produce earthworm humus in captivity and using the Homa methods, you can use the terrestrial annelid of the class called oligoquetos "Eisenia foetida". This one is preferred because it possesses an excellent immunologic system and has great capacity of adaptation to climatic changes, altitude and reaching a population density of worms up to 50,000/m2.
This species of worms have a lifespan of up to 16 years. The biological characteristics of the E. Foetida inside a Homa atmosphere are given evidently with their reproductive behavior. Their reproductive cycle accelerates, the capsules appear in a period of 8 to 11 days, each capsule containing from 2 to 20 small worms, self-sufficient in feeding, very red and with a lot of vitality.
The Eisenia foetida is fed with Homa compost and is inside a Homa atmosphere. They produce humus in 21 to 30 days. Without Homa Therapy the earthworms produce humus in 90 days.
The earthworm humus obtained with Homa Therapy is a very powerful biofertilizer due to its special qualities. It is used in the in seed beds, in beds for graft production, in the cultivation of flowers, vegetables, citrus, etc.
The incorporation of the compost (as food) in the earthworm beds is carried out after applying a small cover (chopped straw) of about 2 cm thickness to keep the food from mixing with the earth. It is filled to an approximate height of 12 cm, and Agnihotra ash is always sprinkled over the food. After sunset, Agnihotra ash solution is added.
The inoculates are the earthworms plus the substrate. The inoculation of the substrate is made with 1,000 earthworms/m2 on the average. Those are deposited superficially in piles in areas of 15 m2.
After 3 days the substrate with the inoculate is extended to the sides, first sprinkling with the Agnihotra ash and then after sunset with the Agnihotra ash solution in order to favor the existing beneficial microflora in the substrate which also aid the process of mineralization. This inoculation process starts the total biodegradation of the organic matter.
The humus harvest with Homa Therapy starts on an average 30 days after the inoculation. For sifting, a galvanized metallic mesh of Ό " is used.
At the end of the sifting the earthworms and the humus are separated. To the obtained humus Agnihotra ash is sprinkled and the earthworms are watered with the Agnihotra ash solution. The obtained humus can be stored in sacks, preferably in jute sacks.
A HOMA BIO-NUTRIENT for plants.
It is a powerful restorative and directly assimilable through the membrane of the root cells of the plants.
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