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BIO-COCO PEAT (Anti-Bacterial/ Anti-Virus) poultry, diary, camel, horse, Agriculture

COCO-PEAT  &  BIO COCO-PEAT   ( For Agriculture & Landscaping    (new introduction )

 

 COCONUT HISTORY 

Bio-Coco Peat

        Ready to use         LANDSCAPING

            

 
Coco Peat Block-General

Bio Coco Peat - Agriculture

Bio Coco Peat - Poultry

Bio Coco Peat - Dairy

Bio Coco Peat - Horse & Camel

 

A NEW HERBAL MEDICINE FOR BIRD FLU

chicken Guinea

 

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A UNANI PRODUCT

 

(free distribution)

 

 

 

Coco peat-BLOCKS widely accepted, multi media soil substitute has replaced Peat Moss & Potting Soil because of its special characteristics.

 

It is 100% Organic, Eco -friendly designed to re-gain vigor of dead soil, high water retention capacity, improves aeration, reduces water consumption (save 70 % water) and produces a better yield. The Coco Peat retains water and feed the plant according to its need .It also helps better root development and enhances plant growth. It retains the fertilizer added to the plant instead of going waste.

 

BIO-COCO PEAT (Ready to Use) new

 

Modern era demand  new product for Agriculture under Bio Technology, where  Bio Coco Peat is introduced  which show wonders on earth. It is highly beneficial for plants, soil, human, birds & animals. It’s anti biotic nature keep the environment clean and disease free. Recent environmental study shows that usage of the product create more RAIN fall

 

Bio Coco Peat is processed in Seaweed with Vitamins, Micro Nutrients & Azotobacter

 

The Coco Peat takes the longest duration to decompose with soil, due to the presence of a natural enzyme called Loric Acid. This acid, antibiotic in nature, keeps the soil bacteria away from the Coco Peat surroundings, thus providing a bacteria free state.

 

 

The water retention capacity of Coco Peat makes it more suitable for humid & dry conditions due to slow water releasing capacity.

 

 

The essential micro nutrients added to the plant is not wasted in the soil but retained and fed as per the need of the plant.

 

 

The Bio-Coco Peat specially formulated for agriculture contains

 Seaweed, Vitamin C, B1, B2, B12, D3, E, K,  Azotobacter & Micro Nutrients.

 

 

BIO-COCO PEAT ( landscaping)  ( not required fertilizer for 3 years because Azotobacter  Bacteria take atmosphere nitrogen from air and fix the plant)

  • 100% Organic, Eco friendly soil conditioner.

  • Save water utility.70%

  • High water Retention capacity more than Sphagnum peat moss.

  • Excellent water uptake even after drying.

  • Absence of weed seeds, pathogens protect against bacterial and fungal infestation.

  • Presence of Loric Acid  act as an antibiotic to keep the soil bacteria away.

  • Beneficial for humans, animals, birds & environmental cleanliness.

  • Slow degradation due to high lignin and cellulose content

  • It resists direct sunlight and act as a shield to the earth.

  • High porosity stores and releases nutrients gradually as per the need of the plant.

  • Wet ability without adding wetting agents.

  • Great physical resiliency that withstand compression better.

  • Excellent aeration/oxygenation enhancing root penetration.

  • Acceptable Caution Exchange Capacity (CEC) and Electrical  Conductivity (EC).

  • Contains natural substance and beneficial microbes for plant growth.

  • Colorless, odorless, organic product enriching nature with climatic  control.

  • MIXING RATIO :  standard-      20. Cu. mtr  sweet soil  +36 coco peat blocks  + 4 bag eco-peat  ( land scaping )  or

  • MIXING RATIO :  special -         60% sweet soil.  + 20% coco peat  + 20% eco-peat

  • MIXING RATIO :  Bio-coco peat   20. Cu. mtr  sweet soil  + 24 bag Bio-coco- peat + 4 bag eco-peat (no fertilizer required for 3 years)

This is the only natural product-Plant origin, without having any chemical substitute acting as a soil conditioner. It is economically cheap, ready to use, excellent medium for hydroponics growing, seed sowing, potting mixes, commercial floriculture, flowerbeds, commercial horticulture, landscaping, soil reconditioning, golf courses, mulching, nursery gauge planting and potted plants.

 

 

                   

Bio Coco Peat 50 Ltrs.

 

BIO-COCO PITH (DUST) -  Poultry, Dairy , Horse, Camel - Farms- Cages            (Prevent diseases)

Recent research had led the Bio Scientist to conclude the introduction of Bio Organic Herbal Extract to combat the World Wide Bird Flu affecting Poultry, Infectious disease affecting animals including Cattle, Horses & Camels. For application of this Herbal extract, they found Bio -Coco Pith is the best media as it retains the Anti Bacterial power for long period of time. It also gives cooling effect. The coco peat contains LORIC ACID Which prevent all Bacteria to enter and adding special herbal extract of  Ponga, Lemon Grass, Hidno Corpus, Neem, Ocimum and Black pepper-extract 

 

Prevention of Bird Flu before it strikes UAE

BIO COCO PITH FOR POULTRY

 

 

bio coco peat farm

 

Recent research had led the Bio Scientist to conclude the introduction of Bio Organic Herbal Extract to combat the World Wide Bird Flu affecting Poultry, infectious disease affecting animals including Cattle, Horses & Camels. For application of this Herbal extract, they found Coco Peat is the best media as it retains the Anti Biotic power for long period of time. It also gives cooling effect. The Coco Peat contains LORIC ACID which prevent bacteria to enter and adding special 7 herbal extracts

 

There are 140 Poultry diseases affecting birds all over the world. Though man is dependent to an extent on poultry and its products, much care is not taken for the upkeep of the same.

 

The recent outbreak of Bird Flu is one such example of careless upkeep of poultry farms and very little restrictions imposed on the poultry owners. Recent researches are leading to the conclusion that man is susceptible to new diseases every day with his close proximity with birds and animals. On a close observation of the various diseases affecting poultry, many of the same diseases are contracted to humans which can prove fatal.

 

Some of the diseases are listed below:-  

Infectious Bronchitis               Osteoporosis

Infectious Laryngo trachaitis

Liver & Spleen disease
Avian influenza (fowl plague)   Round worm infestation
Swollen Head syndrome Degenerative Joint disease
Marek’s disease   Paratyphoid infections
Bedbug infestation Gizzard worms
Caecal worm    Sudden Death syndrome
Biotin deficiency Beak Necrosis
Feather Pecking, Biting lice,  Breast Blister, Cage fatigue
Hairworm infection Chronic Respiratory disease

  

Most of these diseases develop due to the lack of Hatchery hygiene. The droppings of the infected chickens are digested by the earthworms and they in turn are pecked by the chickens, thus transmitting the infection from one to another.  The presence of the “Red Mite infection” is also a serious problem in which the mites in large numbers suck the blood of the chickens resulting in Anemia and death.

 

How does Bio Coco Pith work?

Bio Coco peat processed with 7 Anti biotic Bio Organic Herbal extracts act in 7 different ways to tackle the above listed diseases.  This material is spread down on the floor of the FARMS up to 1-2 inch thickness. Spray water lightly to activate the herbal contents in the Bio Coco Peat. Regular usage of this product can eradicate worm infestation, bird lice, Red mites, Earthworms, Gizzard worms, Bedbug infestation, Round worm, Breast blisters, Feather pecking and other transmitted diseases.

 

Replace the material every week (7 days). Easily accessible and ready to use, it is very economically priced.

 

Bio Coco Pith  for Dairy 

 

 

 

Usually the cattle are infected with bacterial or viral infections. These infections are transmitted through Air, Water or Earth. Once infected, they are put on strong Allopathic treatment, where the by-products are consumed by human unknowingly, generating many unknown diseases.

To over come this disaster Bio-Coco Peat is the best answer which 100% prevents the diseases.

Bio Coco Pith for Horse & Camel 

 

 

Human friendly domesticated animals require immense grooming and care because it is a prestigious symbol of higher up society. It is all the more essential to keep these animals free from any sort of diseases because they move close with their Masters. Hence prevention of these diseases are utmost priority of the society. Using of the Bio-Coco Peat in their cages can prevent various virus diseases.

 

Available in 50 liters  bags and bulk.    (shalimar -- ONLY LICENSE HOLDER TO IMPORT COCO-PEAT TO DUBAI )

 

 

Coconut History  from  Vedas  ( GOD'S  OWN  NUTS )

Coconut palms feature in Indian writings dating back to more than 2000 years but the coconut existed more than 10,000 years back.

 

The coconut is featured in early Sanskrit writings and had been mentioned in Hindu (or Indian) epic stories and puranas. It seems to have adopted very late into Aryan rituals, and Northern India may have become familiar with the nut long after it was used in the coastal south.

 

The name coconut or kera has been originated in Southern Coastal region, which is Kerala at present.

The legendary story behind this is the creation of Kerala by PARASU RAM a warrior sage. The word Parasu means ‘axe’ in Sanskrit. The aim of his birth was to deliver the world from the arrogant oppression of the ruling caste, the Kshatriyas (Kings). He conquered India 21 times killing all the male Kshatriyas on earth with his battle-axe and filled five lakes with their blood. After destroying the Kshatriyas Kings, he apologized to his master to find a way of penitence for his sins. He was advised that, to save his soul from damnation, he must hand over the lands he had conquered to the Brahmins. He did as they advised and threw his battle-axe towards the South-Kanyakumari. It seems, due to the friction of the marine currants created by the massive force by which the axe was thrown, the first seeds of the coconut fell and germinated on the southern coasts of the Western Ghats. Initially, the fruit was not known for human consumption but at the same time floated to the neighboring islands of Sri Lanka and the African coast.

 

While thrown his barrier-axe, the magnetic fraction of the currants tilted the sea to create a space and the gods own land was created called Kerala. With the blessing of Varuna (the God of the Oceans) and Bhumidevi (the God of the Earth), he donated  Kerala to 7 families of Upper caste (Brahmins). 

 

It is a nature of Law; any proclaimed land from the Sea is facing problems for the Occupants (Those who reside  nearer to the sea will be washed out). Many times, Kerala is  attacked frequently . It is believed that

Sea is coming to see her own land ??

 

According to the puranas, Kerala is also known as Parasurama Kshetram,-‘The land of Parasurama’, as the land was reclaimed from sea by him. The name Kerala is derived from two words: Kera means “ The land of the coconuts”. And little wonder, for the state is covered with coconut palms.

 

Cocos Nucifera is the Botanical name of the common coconut.

 

This fruit of the coco palm begins life on a tree that towers from 60 to 100 feet high. Because it is peculiarly suited for dispersion across tropical Islands- as its big seed is filled with buoyant water and encased in a watertight pod. Later on, it traveled to the neighboring Islands.

 

 The white fleshy part of the seed is edible and used fresh or dried in cooking. The cavity is filled with coconut water, which contains sugar, fiber, proteins, anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals. The sap derived from incising the flower clusters of the coconut is fermented to produce palm wine, also known as “toddy”. Boiling to create a sweet syrup or candy can also reduce the sap. Coconut water can be used in sports drinks.

 

 Coir (the fibre from the husk of the coconut) is used in ropes, mats and brushes, caulking boats and as stuffing fiber. It is also used extensively in Horticulture for making potting compost. Copra is the dried meat of the seed and is the main source of coconut oil. The leaves provide materials for baskets and roofing thatch. Palm wood comes from the trunk and is increasingly being used as an ecologically sound substitute for endangered hardwoods. It has several applications, particularly in furniture. The husk and shells can be used for fuel and are a good source of charcoal. The stiff leaflet midrib can be used to make cooking skewers, kindling arrows, or are bound into bundles, brooms and brushes.

 

 The roots are used as a dye, a mouthwash and a medicine for dysentery. A frayed – out piece of root can also be used as a toothbrush. Making rugs and mattresses from coconut fiber. The leaves can be woven to create effective roofing materials or reed mats. Dried coconut leaves can be burned to ash, which can be harvested for lime. Coconut is also commonly used as an herbal remedy in Pakistan to treat bites from rats. Coconut fiber cannot be infected with bacteria due to the presence of an enzyme called loric acid, which acts as anti-bacterial property and is also used for horticultural purposes.

 

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