Thanks to Subhash Palekar ji for teaching Bijamrita to many farmers.
Add Bijamrita on the spread seeds of any crops, treat these seeds well by hands, dry it well and use for sowing.
Soak the seeds in a mixture of fermented buttermilk (3 days old) and water in 1:4 ratio for 6 hours and shade dry before sowing. The practice is applicable only for 6 to 12 months old seeds. Buttermilk can be replaced by Coconut or Palmyra toddy.
Treat the seed with one liter of Desi Cow Urine, 1/2 kg of ash and 100 grams of Asafoetida
Take 2 liters of Desi Cow Urine, 1kg of cow dung and 1kg of termite soil.
Take one liter of cow milk and mix with 9 liter of water
Boil the water to 50 degrees and soak the seeds for 30 minutes. to overcome seed Seedborne diseases.
Salt Water Treatment (Place an egg in water until it sinks to the bottom and rests horizontally. The horizontal egg indicates that the egg is not rot and that it could be further used for purpose of testing the density of salt concentration in water). Then remove the egg add salt to water and stir continuously until it dissolves. Immerse the egg once again into this concentration. This process of immersing the egg to test the density of salinity concentration continues. At a certain stage of salt application into water, only a quarter of the egg is found to be visible on the surface. This is the standard saline concentration used for seed treatment. Seeds are soaked in this preparation for a period of 30 minutes and then removed, washed twice and thoroughly dried until the moisture is absorbed. Salt-water treatment is a useful technique in separating healthy seeds from chaffy ones.This treatment is found to be very effective in treating paddy seeds.
For more details regarding Seed Treatment Techniques read http://www.ciks.org/6.%20Seed%20Treatment%20Techniques.pdf