Homa Biosol

Gloria Biosol is a liquid bio-fertilizer based on Agnihotra ash which was developed by Gloria Guzman Mendez in Peru, South America. It is prepared under anaerobic conditions in a bio-digester. Agnihotra Ash has a significant positive effect on all the materials used in the preparation of Biosol.

Biosol can be used as a foliar application to nourish plant kingdom or applied directly to the soil to rebuild soil health.

Materials Used

(For 500 litre tank)

Fivefold Path Foundation of Chile Participates in the First Chilean Congress of Agroecology

With the conference "Scientific Experiences Applying Homa Ecological Agricultural Technology in the Great North of Chile" and the poster "Elaboration of the Methodology and use of the fertilizer & bio stimulant Gloria Biosol Homa as an agroecological and economic alternative for Organic Agriculture", the Fivefold Path Foundation Quintuple participated on October 17th and 18th, 2019 …

Volunteering at the Satsang Homa Farm, Curacavi, Chile

Juan Rodríguez and Karina Ohme, the Guardians of Satsang, a farm where Homa Therapy is practiced, wrote: Building together an Ark of Love and Service With each new volunteer who participates in Satsang, we feel that we are being revealed more and more our deepest purpose, as well as the relevance of creating these "Arks" …

Advances of Homa Farming in Satsang Farm, Curacavi, Chile

by Carolina Morales Pavez, Agricultural Engineer       The development of organic Homa farming in the Satsang farm,  located in Curacaví-Chile, has had important advances in respect to the agro-ecological design developed by Karina Ohme and Juan José Rodrigues.       This involves aspects on biological adaptation of the agro-ecosystem through the establishment of a greater diversity …

 By Carolina Morales Pavez,

        During the Spring-Summer season in 2006 – 2007 at the Canchones Experimental Station, belonging to the Arturo Prat University of Iquique-Chile, an experiment was carried out with the cultivation of melon (Cucumis melo, cultivar Arava), under two systems of cultivation: Homa Agriculture and Conventional Agriculture (use of agrochemicals). In this sector, the records under the conventional production system indicate that this crop takes between 5 to 6 months to be ready for harvesting and marketing.

The crop which was managed with Homa Technology received:
1. Weekly applications of Agnihotra ash
2. Weekly applications of Homa bio-fertilizer ‘Gloria Biosol’
The observation showed that the Homa harvest started at 4 months, while the harvest with conventional treatment was with 5 months.

      It is interesting and useful to study the influence of the performance of the Agnihotra fire and the applications of its ash on the phenological cycles of the crops and to demonstrate that the continuous performance of Homa Therapy in an orchard shortens the phenological cycles of the plants, being a fundamental tool for crop planning.
                Photographic record of the melon crop during the investigation:

       Mrs. Irma Castillo, a small farmer from the Calama Valley, Antofagasta Region, Chile, has been involved in organic farming programs since 2013. One year ago, she came to know about the Homa Farming Super-technology. And from that moment she started with the discipline of the Agnihotra Fire on her farm. Here she has an exclusive place to practice the fire, which is located next to the greenhouse. Everything produced in this place is for family consumption. She applies concepts of functional diversity, practices daily at sunrise and sunset the Agnihotra Fire and applies Homa bio-fertilizers, such as Agnihotra Ash solution, Agnihotra ash directly on the soil and sprays the Homa bio-fertilizer Gloria Biosol. With this, Mrs. Irma produces the necessary vegetables, herbs, etc. for her family and friends to whom she gives freely from her production.

An investigation was carried out at Main Agricultural Research station, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka during monsoon season 2012, to study response of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus var. Arka Anamika L. Moench) to Homa Organic Farming practices.


Biochemical Studies on Homa Organic Farming Practices in Cabbage

An investigation was carried out at Main Agricultural Research station, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka during monsoon season 2010, to study response of cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. Saint) to Homa Organic Farming practices.


A field experiment laid out in Completely Randomised Block Design with 13 treatments replicated thrice was conducted during monsoon 2010 to study the biochemical studies on Homa organic farming practices in cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. Saint).