Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF): Eco-Friendly and Cost-Free

Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) is an eco-friendly agriculture method that uses natural inputs at no cost, enhancing soil health and boosting crop yields sustainably.

ZBNF relies on four key principles:

1) Beejamrita: Seed treatment using cow dung, urine, lime, and soil to protect against pests and diseases.

2) Jeewamrita: Application of a microbial culture made from cow dung, urine, jaggery, and pulse flour to enrich soil fertility.

3) Mulching: Covering soil with organic matter to conserve moisture and enhance nutrient content.

4) Waaphasa: Ensuring proper soil aeration to reduce irrigation needs and promote healthy root systems.


ZBNF promotes sustainable agriculture, reducing costs and improving crop yields while maintaining environmental health. It benefits farmers by lowering input costs and enhancing the long-term productivity of their land.

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