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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 7, Issue 2 (2018)
Organic crop production: An analysis of impact of shivyogmodality of agriculture on growth and yield of crops
Author(s): Sharmila Dutta Deka, Karuna Kanta Sharma, Nagen Bordoloi and Jutika Das
Abstract: A systematic research with scientific framework is essential to establish the authenticity of ancient knowledge given by the Sages of Indian tradition. The present study aims to generate scientific basis for authentication of shivyog modality of agriculture based on principle of sound energy and positive consciousness on growth and yield in different crops. The experiment was carried out in both fields as well as in pot condition with green gram (var. Pratap) and black gram (var. KU- 301). The study reveals that there is positive impact of Shivyog modality of agriculture on growth and yield parameters in green gram and black gram. The treatment combination of Shivyog Krishi and organic inputs in both field and pot experiments were observed higher yield and its attributes as compared to normal organic cultivation and recommended inorganic cultivation, indicating impacts of positive thinking and cosmic celestial sounds of Shivyog modality of agriculture on the crops. The study indicated shivyog modality of agriculture in combination with organic manure can be successfully employed for yield optimization in organic condition.
How to cite this article:
Sharmila Dutta Deka, Karuna Kanta Sharma, Nagen Bordoloi, Jutika Das. Organic crop production: An analysis of impact of shivyogmodality of agriculture on growth and yield of crops. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(2):1840-1846.