NANO TOTAL is totally bioavailable and enters into plant system as an ioencapsulated molecule in whole and results in no antagonisms. Organic NPK content in NANO TOTAL can replace ten folds inorganic NPK supplements.

Product specialties:

• Provides 100% Bio available organic Nano sized NPK to the plant required for its growth
• Provides the plant with required, protein, vitamins and lipids from Amino Acids
• Enhances the durability and strengthen the plant
• Regulates the flow of nutrition during various stages of growth and flowering
• Gives tremendous growth in yield
• Brings down agriculture cost considerably
• Improves the quality of yield
• 100% Water soluble Phosphorus
• Absorbed and metabolized more efficiently
• Absorbed by different routes than inorganic minerals.
• Absorbed by the amino acid transport system.
• Builds critical levels of PHOSPHOROUS
• Delivered in a form similar to that found in the    plant.
• Easy to Administer
• Helpful in cases of mal--absorption conditions


• Absorbed and metabolized more efficiently.
• Absorbed by different routes than inorganic minerals.
• Absorbed by the amino acid transport system.
• Delivered in a form similar to that found in the plant body.
• Increases passive absorption by increasing water and lipid solubility of the mineral nutrient.
• Movement through cell membranes.




Boron, Copper, Iron, Manganese, MaGNESIUM, Molybdenum and Zinc in ionized form embedded in various near nano size Amino acids and further encapsulated by BIO POLYMERS AND PUFA


Natural Ionized Minerals and Colloidal Protein successfully combined with a biopolymer.
This blend has been delicately handled to ensure the full benefit of a boost to metabolism of high performance of agricultural crops in a safe naturally occurring manner. This product is totally bio-assimable as a whole without break up and will also improve the performance of the microflora.

• Stable at even low pH
• Builds critical levels of many trace elements • Helpful in case of malabsorption conditions
• Increases levels for energy, water and nutrient holding capacity
• Increases the ability of the crops to resist pest and disease attack
• Improves plant Health
• Reduces input costs through efficiency
• Meets the demands of modern plant genotypes with higher requirements
• Most useful in stress conditions
• Cost effective
• Easy to Administer



Bhumiraksha contains all the micronutrients and phytoplankton which plants require. These make the soil’s BIO unavailable sulphur and potassium water soluble and supply it to the plant. It is a unique new generation product, manufactured by latest technology and WITH SOIL FLORA AND AMINO ACIDS.

Product Specialities:

• Organic fertilizer comprising of 19 varieties of micronutrients and phytoplankton
• 100% bio-available to the plant
• 100% organic
• Obtains surplus yield
• Decreases the cost of cultivation
• Eco-friendly
• Immediate hike in the yield
• Ability to withstand pests
• An organic fertilizer first of its kind available in the form of dry pellets
• Easy to spread in the crops

DOSAGE: 20-50kgs/acre depending on the nature of soil.

Soil Quality

Soil quality is the measure of the vital functions performed by by the soil, that contribute towards optimum growth and sustainable immunity of the plants. Soil functions include providing nutrients and water to plants, filtering and cleaning water, regulating temperatures, recycling and storing nutrients, and providing habitats for organisms. Given these various functions, there is no single measurement for soil quality. Instead a series of physical, chemical and biological properties are measured in combination.

Soil organic carbon : Accommodate water entry Facilitate Water movement and availability Resist Surface structure degradation Supply plant nutrients

Aggregate Stability : Accommodate water entry Facilitate Water movement and availability Resist surface structure degradation

Bulk density : Accommodate water entry

Porosity : Accommodate water entry Facilitate water movement and availability

Microbial biomass carbon : Resist surface structure degradation Supply plant nutrients

Cation exchange capacity : Accommodate water entry Facilitate Water movement and availability Resist Surface structure degradation Supply plant nutrients

Supply plant nutrients : Supply plant nutrients Resist surface structure degradation

Available phosphorus & Available Potassium & pH : Supply plant nutrients

Plant Nutrition

The growth of healthy and fruitful crops comes down to their targeted nutrition and heightened immunity. Based on thier utility, requirement and function; plant nutrition is divided into:

Macro (Primary) Nutrients

Primary (macro) nutrients are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. They are the most frequently required in a crop fertilization program. Also, they are need in the greatest total quantity by plants as fertilizer.


i. Necessary for formation of amino acids, the building blocks of protein
ii. Essential for plant cell division, vital for plant growth
iii. Directly involved in photosynthesis
iv. Necessary component of vitamins
v. Aids in production and use of carbohydrates
vi. Affects energy reactions in the plant


i. Involved in photosynthesis, respiration, energy storage and transfer, cell division and growth
ii. Promotes early root formation and growth
iii. Improves quality of fruits, vegetables, and grains
iv. Vital to seed formation
v. Helps plants survive harsh winter conditions
vi. Increases water-use efficiency
vii. Hastens maturity


i. Carbohydrate metabolism and the break down and translocation of starches
ii. Increases photosynthesis
iii. Increases water-use efficiency
iv. Essential to protein synthesis
v. Important in fruit formation
vi. Activates enzymes and controls their reaction rates
vii. Improves quality of seeds and fruit
viii. Improves winter hardiness
ix. Increases disease resistance


i. Utilized for Continuous cell division and formation
ii. Involved in nitrogen metabolism
iii. Reduces plant respiration
iv. Aids translocation of photosynthesis from leaves to fruiting organs
v. Increases fruit set
vi. Essential for nut development in peanuts
vii. Stimulates microbial activity


i. Key element of chlorophyll production
ii. Improves utilization and mobility of phosphorus
iii. Activator and component of many plant enzymes
iv. Directly related to grass tetany
v. Increases iron utilization in plants
vi. Influences earliness and uniformity of maturity


i. Integral part of amino acids
ii. Helps develop enzymes and vitamins
iii. Promotes nodule formation on legumes
iv. Aids in seed production
v. Necessary in chlorophyll formation (though it isn’t one of the constituents)

Micro Nutrients

The micronutrients are boron, chlorine, cooper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and zinc. These plant food elements are used in very small amounts, but they are just as important to plant development and profitable crop production as the major nutrients. Especially, they work "behind the scene" as


i. Essential of germination of pollon grains and growth of pollen tubes
ii. Essential for seed and cell wall formation
iii. Promotes maturity
iv. Necessary for sugar translocation
v. Affects nitrogen and carbohydrate


i. Not much information about its functions
ii. Interferes with P uptake
iii. Enhances maturity of small grains on some soils


i. Catalyzes several plant processes
ii. Major function in photosynthesis
i. Major function in reproductive stages
ii. Indirect role in chlorophyll production
iii. Increases sugar content
iv. Intensifies color
v. Improves flavor of fruits and vegetables


i. Promotes formation of chlorophyll
ii. Acts as an oxygen carrier
iii. Reactions involving cell division and growth


i. Functions as a part of certain enzyme systems
ii. Aids in chlorophyll synthesis
iii. Increases the availability of P and CA


i. Required to form the enzyme "nitrate reductas" which reduces nitrates to ammonium in plant
ii. Aids in the formation of legume nodules
iii. Needed to convert inorganic phosphates to organic forms in the plant


i. Aids plant growth hormones and enzyme system
ii. Necessary for chlorophyll production
iii. Necessary for carbohydrate formation
iv. Necessary for starch formation
v. Aids in seed formation

In addition to the 13 nutrients listed above, plants require carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, which are extracted from air and water to make up the bulk of plant weight.