Thursday, April 7, 2016

Patak Ani Drip Kit


                  DRIP IRRIGATION

Also known as trickle irrigation which refers to the application of water directly through the root zone through small emitters which  have precise quantity of water per hour. Water is applied through low pressure pipe network comprising mains, submains, laterals and emitting devices. This could reach root zone with minimum water loss.
High initial cost but more economical in the long run.
Efficient and economical use of water and conserves power use.
Drip-fertigation improves fertilizer use efficiency.

Productivity increase with lesser and more efficient use of water and fertilizer.

1. Choose an area where to install drip irrigation.  

The area must be flat or on a moderate decline

It must be close to water source

It must have sufficient exposure to sunlight

The area should be prepared before installation and must have no vegetation and stones.

2. Choose appropriate water container. It must cleaned before placed. Prepare a stand.

3. Place the container at the highest point in the area. Make sure the stand is stable and secure.
4. The height of the tank from the bottom of the tank must be at least….

5. Punch a hole 5 cm above the bottom of the container. The Jain dripkit adapter will be attached here. Attach PVC female reducer coupling.

6. Connect  PVC ball valve SU ¾” male & female.

7. Before inserting the NDJ filter nylon screen to the PVC ball valve cover it with teflon.

8. Attach female elbow and add 25 mm Jain LLDPE (Linear Low Density PolyEthylene)  twin line  hose. 

9. Attach another female elbow at the end of Jain LLDPE Twin line hose then attach the tee. 

10. Lay-out the submain line. Below are the different layout option for 250 m2 drip kit.

   Layout samples not to scale. Below layouts are only for example. There can be several other layouts possible.

11. Connect the submain line on both sides of tee

12. Use poly end stop to enclose the end of the submain line.

13. Connect drip lines or drip tube to submain.
 (Drip lines has built in emitter while you could punch holes at your desired distance in drip tube.)

14. To punch holes on submain line use punch & pusher 7.5mm if you will use 16mm take off adapter starter or use punch & pusher 4.5mm if you will use 12mm take off adapter starter.

15. Connect the take off adapter barbed to drip line.

16. Join the take off adapter barbed with drip hose to take off adapter starter. 

 17. Lay out the drip lines along the plot. Cut the end and enclose it with poly end stop . Use C-clip tube holding stake to elevate the drip lines. 

18. Run and test the system.
19. Make sure that the container is full with clean water before and during irrigation. 


    The filter prevents dirt and other particles from entering the system. It needs to be cleaned daily before irrigation. 

If the submain leaked, cut the submain and attach compression joiner.

In case drip line puncture, cut the drip line and attach the turbo aqura joiner or poly joiner.

    If you want to detach the drip line, you may cover the take off adapter starter using the take off end plug.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Agronomic Efficacy Enhancement Product

The Process
The seven percent (7%) evaporation of the fatty acid oil has the unique ability to produce rapid penetration that that of any adjuvant and pesticides, it is primarily due to the open molecules. The open molecules are hereby freely in adapting other closed molecules to establish a re-structured molecular structure. the combined cross linked bonding will produce "1st of its kind" coupling reaction with other molecules.

Therefore, this faty acid adjuvant kills, repel insects, and controls plant diseases faster than any combined adjuvant and pesticide, the difference is this adjuvant has no membrane or film due to 7%-12% evaporation of the surface tension.

Patented Reactor (#1-2013-00016)
The reactors are different from the traditional pyrolysis, distillation and fractionation. It is a conductor that evaporates only the surface tension faster without damaging the molecular structures.

Evidence of open molecules
It produces rapid penetration into the insect's spiracles leading to advance asphyxiation that kills multi-insects. Another factor to consider is the ability to kill bacteria.

Coupling Reaction
It unites the negative ion and positive ion leading to one single cross-linked bond. When the exposed molecules happens the re-structured molecules produced a cross-link bondage that rarely links in chain of atoms in a complex molecular chains that results in coupling reaction which produces synergistic effects.

The end product therefore, has an excellent absorption, which guarantees reduction in the use of toxic chemical pesticide, resulting in a huge savings for the farmers and the agrochemical companies in particular. 

Mode of actions
Advance suffocation, rapid penetration and excellent absorption into the specific target application. Once the adjuvant oil sprayed, it penetrates rapidly and solidifies instantly resulting in a drop of oxygen, paralysis and death eventually.

How to use:
Use only 70% of your  usual insecticide, fungicide, or herbicide then add 30% of intense adjuvant. 

For example:
If your insecticide, fungicide, or herbicide requirement per hectare is 1 kilo or 1 liter, use only 700ml or 700g. Then add 300ml of Intense adjuvant.  

Reference: Mr. Willem Lavarias 

Monday, July 20, 2015


Vermicast is the end product of vermicomposting in which worms breakdown organic matter. If we make vermitea to multiply beneficial microorganisms present to vemicast, we usually needs aerator or brewer. Straight aeration for few days helps the microorganisms present in vermicast reproduce and become active. However, adding EM-1 no longer requires, additional aeration. The mixture of microbes of EM-1 will befriends the present microorganisms in vermicast and these microbes help each other in releasing the  nutrient, hormones and bio-active substance present in vermicast.

How to make VEM (EMpowered Vermitea)

♣ 20-25 kilos vermicast in a sack (Animal manure (except dog and cat) could also be use in replacement of Vermicast)

♣  5 kilos molasses

♣ 170-200 liters water

♣ 1 liter EM-1


1. Dilute 5 kilos of molasses to 170-200 liters of water.

2. Add 1 liter of EM-1 and mix well.

3. Soak the vermicast inside the drum and cover it tightly.

4. Ferment it for 1 week before using. Stir every 3 days to release the gas.
The good thing about EM-1 and vermitea is that you could mix and match and apply whatever is more suitable base from your farm condition and available materials. Here is one of the mix and match that’s proven effective in reducing the use of chemical fertilizers and at the same time repels insect pest.
How to make Vermitea Cocktail
♣  20-25 kilos vermicast in a sack***
♣  5 kilos molasses
♣  200 liters water
♣ 1-2 liters EM-FPE
♣ 1 liters EMAS (EM Activated Solution)
1. Dilute 5 kilos of molasses to approximately 170-200 liters of water.
2. Add 1 liter of EMAS and EM-FPE. Mix well.
3. Soak the vermicast  inside the drum and cover it tightly.
4. Ferment it for 3-7 days. Stir it every 3 days to  release the gas.

Let's use it to improve crop production!

  1. For Foliar application: Dilute 150 ml of VEM OR vermitea cocktail to16 liters of water. And spray it on lower and upper leaves of the plant once a week.
  2. For Drenching: Dilute 300-500 ml of VEM OR vermitea cocktail to 16 liters. Drench atleast 150 ml per plant.

  1. For Foliar application: Dilute 150 ml of VEM OR vermitea cocktail to 16 liters ofwater. And spray it on lower and upper leaves of the plant once a week for the first 6 weeks. And twice a week for succeeding weeks.
  2. For Drenching: Dilute 500 ml to 1 liter of VEM OR vermitea cocktail to 16 liters of water. Drench this at the rate of 150 ml per plant for the first 3 weeks. Apply 500 ml per plant once a week for the next 4 weeks and twice a week for succeeding weeks until fruiting.
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