cow dung

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a piece of dried bovine dung

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'As cattle release cow dung, it produces methane which is one of the gases that cause damage to the ozone layer, so our project was to try and capture it so it does not go into the atmosphere to cause harmful effect.
After Gopi left the office, the Youth Congress activists performed "purification" rituals by sprinkling cow dung water.
Musullis in the locality cannot maintain their religious sanctity and cannot go to mosques due to scattered cow dung and cow urine here and there.
She had another use for cow dung. My grandmother and my parents wore only white clothes.
India's prestigious 'Institute of Technology has received about 50 proposals from top research institutions across the country to explore benefits of panchagavya, (mixture of cow urine, cow dung, milk, ghee and curd).
"The sale of cow dung and urine will generate income which will be later used for the proper upkeep of the bovine," the official said.
She later coated the injuries with cow dung. Within hours, the infant died and was buried in the village," a police officer told local media NDTV.
Nematodes, Walnut, Organic amendments, Cow dung, Horse manure, Pigeon manure, Castor oil cakes, Duck manure, Saw dust.
The amendments in the experiment were humic acid (chemically pure) and cow dung. The humic acid, with a pH of 8.47 and undetectable Ni content, was purchased from Sinopharm Chemical Reagent Beijing Co., Ltd in Xicheng District, Beijing, China.
The compost unlike the normal cow dung was tested and found best for floriculture and particularly for potato cultivation.
To address the issue, a special composting method was adopted for cow dung, while separate channels were built inside the sheds to prevent urine and dung from getting mixed.
In May last year, the government embarked on a drive to provide free cooking gas connection to 50 million women from poor households in three years with a view to reduce the use of polluting fuels such as wood and dried cow dung that, according to the World Health Organization, causes 1.3 million premature deaths in India every year.
(Courtesy: screen grab) Locals said the burial site (pictured) was located on the site of a former bio-gas plant, and that Sumit suffocated on gases from cow dung that was buried in the surrounding soil.
International firm will setupand operate this plant as Independent Power Producer (IPP) whereas LWMC will be responsible for provision of waste.Agreement for supply of MSW will formally be signed between LWMC and international firm.WTE project of LWMC includes planning to generate bio gas by using animal waste particularly cow dung in areas having animals in abundance.