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Patanjali Fasal Tara

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06 April 2024, New Delhi: Fasal Tara is derived through a unique formulation of stabilized orthosilicic acid. Though silica occurs naturally and abundantly (up to 28%) in the soil in the form of silicate (sin it cannot be directly absorbed by the plants. Under this stabilized (OSA) form silica is absorbed and assimilated by the plants and utilized most effectively. Silicic is a beneficial catalytic nutrient playing a vital role in increasing the available form of nutrients, enhancing nutrient uptake & utilization, hence leading to healthy plants. Fasal Tara improves plant resistance against water, soil, and temperature stress. Fasal Tara is non-toxic and leaves no residue in the produce. Fasal Tara improves plant resistance to fight against fungal, insect and mite attacks. All these factors automatically lead to an increase in yield, quality and storage life of the produce. Elevates the pH of soil and adsorption capacity thereby reducing the activity of harmful anaerobic bacteria and also prevents metal toxicity/ accumulation. Better seedling growth, increased leaf area & chlorophyll content, better photosynthesis, and better fruit development with quality and Increased yield. 

Method To Use Patanjali Fasal Tara

1.   1 ml per liter of water or 200-250 ml per acre.

Benefits By The Use Patanjali Fasal Tara

1.   Easily absorbed by plants.

2.   Leading to healthy plants.

3.   Fasal Tara improves plant resistance against water, soil, and temperature stress.

4.   Fasal Tara is non-toxic and leaves no residue in the produce.

5.   Fasal Tara improves plant resistance to fight against fungal, insect and mite attacks.

6.   All these factors automatically lead to an increase in yield, quality and storage life of the produce.

7.   Elevates the pH of soil and absorption capacity thereby reducing the activity of harmful anaerobic bacteria and preventing metal toxicity/ accumulation.

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