Garbage Is Real Gold
Grow Vegetables without Poisonous Chemicals
(Kindle Edition)

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The book “Garbage is Real Gold” is an outcome of 55 years of most sincere working in the field of Agricultural Research, its motive is to guide the future generations to get POISON – FREE methods of crop production.

Dr. Vinodlal N. Shroff a reknowned Octogenerian agroscientist and also a professor of plant breeding and genetics. It has actually surprised the people by his down to earth working.

He offers a simple technology to manage “Garbage”. He has dreamt of a process in which a the total human race can be helped to fight against hunger and malnourishment. This book is an attempt for transforming garbage into humus at a place where it is produced in large quantity in urban areas.

Humus a magical matrix is black-brown in colour makes it Cinderella virtuous with healing effect to make our abode immortal invigorating all of us.

The secret of this mission Commandare revolves around wisdom and scientific innovations and it is ethically most powerful tool.

The mission revolves around maximum use of natural resources, energy management, garbage to humus, smart gardening in towns and urban areas in the midst of galore of cement, water and nutrients management, cleansing of green house gases to topless mini poly house around vegetables, fruits with the effect of Sanjivan - a protein hydrolysates makes it possible operational Selfie - self catering in plants

“Garbage is Real Gold” let us adopt it on a large scale in the interest of Humanity

AuthorDr. Vinod N. Shroff
BindingKindle Edition
FormatKindle eBook
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
Product GroupeBooks
Publication Date2015-09-25
PublisherConcept5G
Release Date2015-09-25
StudioConcept5G
Sales Rank97917

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