Homa Farming effects on mango tree and a cashew tree
ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION IN PATIENT’S OWN WORDS
Mr. Vinayak Lokur wrote:
“We moved into this industrial campus in 2005. There was a mango tree and a cashew tree, but they were not yielding many fruits. When we started with the practice of Agnihotra in 2011, we observed a positive change in quantity and quality of both trees.
Also, there are more than 50 small mango trees growing on the campus. In our campus, where the industrial atmosphere is not conducive to healthy growth of plants, we have been able to maintain and grow all the plants without pesticides.The cashew tree (photo above left) and the mango tree (photo above right) are growing in an industrial campus, where Agnihotra is performed. The trees now are healthy and have a good production of fruits.