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Nursery Plastic Bags

Nursery Plastic Bags
Nursery Plastic Bags
Product Code : NPB 52
Brand Name : NATIONAL INNOVATION FOUNDATION
Product Description

Nursry Plastic Bags

In nurseries, conventionally plastic bags are used to grow the plant saplings. There are many disadvantages associated with the plastic bags like not being bio-degradable, having nil porosity, and hence not being eco friendly. Moreover, after germination, the bag has to be torn off to facilitate root growth and in case the bag is not torn properly the plant gets damaged.

Innovator has developed eco friendly pot by using cow dung and agriculture waste, which is completely biodegradable. The innovation lies in the idea and achieving optimum combination of mixers of cow dung and other natural binders used to make it sturdy and resistant to pest.

As an added bonus, it provides employment in rural areas, factors that make it sustainable and scalable within favorable geographies.

Technical Specifications
The innovator has used animal manure normally called as Cow dung and wheat flour (in the ration of 20:1 Kg) and agriculture waste (residue of harvested produce like wheat husk etc) as a basic raw material to prepare the pot. To protect the pot from pest attack (like termite) spoiled bajara flour or powder of castor leaf or neem leaf can be added in the mixture. Spoiled bajara flour or castor leaf or neem leaf are having insecticidal properties which prevents termite attack. After keeping the mixture for nearly one hour, it is molded in the defined shape followed by sun drying.


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  • Contact Details
  • NATIONAL INNOVATION FOUNDATION
  • Satellite Complex, Premchand Nagar Road, Jodhpur Tekra, Satellite, Ahmedabad - 380015, Gujarat, India
  • Phone : +919206073561
  • Fax : 91-79-26731903
  • Mr. Tushar Gerg (Senior Fellow)