Soil Health

Kadamba Vision

The New Generation Healthy Food Security Concept” By enriching soil health, so that, our Mother earth would give us back better yields .

Kadamba Mission

To adopt and implement new age 4th Generation agricultural technology or new age “BIO DYNAMIC” cultivation technology by Using/Producing consortia based ultra density microbial products.To Improve Soil Health & Agriculture Productivity.


  • A unique technology using First time in the world.
  • Consortia based ultra rich microbial products.
  • U.S. PATENTED (No: 6,311,426, 6,228,806)
  • FCO - NOC Obtained from Directorate of Agriculture- GUJARAT STATE

What is this…?

  • The integration of a set of microbes that can provide all essential services blended with commonly used chemical fertilizers – thereby providing significant implications for optimizing agricultural conditions.
  • Allows the flow of the chosen set of microbes to a larger area of land with lesser effort, cost and free of any additional burden to the farmer.
  • The activity of soil health rejuvenation becomes a Public - Private effort in the larger interest of the population and food security.
  • The soil will be able to better support abiotic conditions such as droughts, flooding, temperature extremities, soil pollution, etc.

Why is this…?

  • An increase in price to reduce subsidies and encourage lesser use of Urea may not be viewed favourably by the farming community.
  • However, reduced use of Urea is essential, and an innovative strategy is necessary to sustain prices while promoting reduced use of Urea.
  • One such farmer friendly policy would be the introduction of an alternative Soil Friendly Microbially Enhanced chemical fertilizer.
  • This strategy would allow maintaining current prices, reduce UREA use, enhance soil health and also yield a net savings on Subsidy after allowing for the cost of the value added microbes.

Scientifically tested

University Trails

  • Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research, Lucknow - Uttara Pradesh.
  • University of Agricultural Sciences, Raichur - Karnataka.
  • Navsari Agriculture University, Navsari-Gujrat.
  • Delamere Trials, Kenya.

Conclusions of all the University Trails

  • The mixing of the microbes with the chemical fertilizer did not decline the efficiency of the microbes.
  • The yields in all test plots were consistently higher despite the reduction in fertilizers by up to 40% of RDF.
  • Biotic Stresses such as pest attacks leading to diseases were also considerably lower than the control plots.
  • Fertilizer only based revenue calculations show a clear gain for the farmer.
  • The test plots with reduced fertilizer applications performed better than the control plots using 100% N substitution organics (tons) or 6T manure / Ha or other conventional bio fertilizers.

Time Tested

  • Farmers are using already since last 5 years
  • States : Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh

Field Tested

  • Horticultural Crops: Banana, Papaya, Mango, Chiku, and others…
  • Vegetable Crops: Tomato, Potato, Peas, Eggplants, Okra, Bitter gourd, Squash, Zucchini, Bell Pepper, Chillie,Pulses and many more…
Field Results – Papaya Crop
  • Plot better sustained high temperatures.
  • Canopy was well built protecting fruit.
  • Consistency in the quality & yield/plant.
  • Lower Cost & Higher Yield.
  • Rs. 44,000 per acre versus Rs. 78,000
Field Results – Tomatoes
  • Zero Pesticides
  • Zero Fertilizers
  • 50% Lower Cost
  • Less Leaf Curling
  • Better Shelf Life
Field Results – Bitter Ground
  • Zero Pesticides
  • Dense Growth of leaves
  • Much higher yield
  • Superior Quality of Crops
  • Better Shelf Life

Frequently Asked Questions

Why mix the microbes with chemical fertilizer?

Chemical fertilizers such as UREA, DAP, SSP and MOP are widely used fertilizers. Hence, they could serve as ideal carriers of microbes to the soil that can ensure continuity, consistency and without increase in price and ease of application. It is a classic case of converting a THREAT to an OPPORTUNITY by the conversion to Soil Friendly Fertilizers.

Will the microbes survive the in the mixture with chemical fertilizers?

A patented 3 layer encapsulation technology not only allows protection to the microbes from the chemical exposure, but also ensures its survival and initial growth due to the provision of key growth nutrients.

What is the comparison of Neem Coated UREA and the Microbe Mixed Fertilizer?

Neem coated, along with preventing UREA theft, has helped yields and soil conditions. However, Neem Coated Urea comes at a moderate cost and cannot help the plant system to the extent a community of microbes can in terms of bettering soil biological activities and enhanced plant performance.