Before 1950s Farmers were using only organic Inputs. (Such as Cow dung, Farmyard Manure, Medicinal extracts for Pests and Diseases and for Plant growth)

But due to famine and Poverty Indian government decided to Introduce Hybrid seeds, Chemical fertilizers and Chemical Pesticides.

It was named as “Green Revolution” by Dr. Norman Borlok ‘– International Agri Scientist and in India it was headed by Dr. M. s .Swaminathan - Agricultural Scientist.

Since then loads and loads, Containers and containers of chemical fertilizers and Pesticides have been used.

During first 10-20 years land/ soil gave good yield: crop also cooperated. India defeated famine and became self sufficient in food grains production.

Then from 1980s onwards Soil become poisonous and unfertile. It lost all beneficial microbes and turn into a shelter place for disease causing pathogen and pests.

Crop also lost it’s Productivity (yield giving Potential) and become Vulnerable to Pests and Diseases (i.e. lost resistance to Pests and Disease)

So farmers were forced by themselves to use more and more of chemical inputs.

There was no Integrated Approach to manage Pest and Diseases, Nutrient management.

Also they have been following the same cropping Pattern; giving Importance to only Food grains, Pulses, Sugarcane, Cotton, Tapioca, Turmeric, Vegetables etc.

They have failed to give thrust to Fruits, Flowers, Spices, Tree crops. More over there have been only Monocropping not multicropping; (as Intercrops, row crops etc. No much adequate concentration was given for Agri Engineering.

Mean while Input costs increases, output costs decreases. (There is no Minimum fixed Price except Paddy and Sugarcane)

So farmers incurred huge loss regularly; they were not given adequate ‘Knowledge Input’ which is more important than ‘Material Input’ such as Seeds, Fertilizers and Pesticides.

They have been depending human labour for all agricultural practices from Sowing, Nursery raising, Transplanting, Weeding, Fertilizer Application, Irrigation, Pesticide Spray, Harvesting and Post harvest practices.

They have not been using Agricultural Machinery and Implements though Govt is giving upto 50% Subsidy.

As they were cultivated the habit of engaging human labour all the times they become more dependable on them.

Finally labour shortage or ‘No labour’ stage arrived. Because farmers could not give the wages they asked due to poor income or less.

So labourers went for some other works, which pose serious problem now a day. To make the situation even worse Central govt announced “Guaranteed 100 days work scheme” per year which tilted a considerable portion of farmers to quit agriculture and settled in some other occupations and business and also insisted their next generation to go abroad or Metropolitan cities for the industries like IT, Engineering, Banking, Medicine and others. Since they get far better income, job satisfaction and life settlement with no Physical and laborious work at farm or land with minimal available labourers.


Due to all these adverse factors and negative growth rate of agriculture from 7 to 2.4% farmers and agriculturists thought of bringing back again our good old practice of organic farming to minimize cost of cultivation

They succeeded the same. But failed to give yield and Income ultimately profit was decreased.

For the past 1 decade ‘Organic fever’ has been spreading among less than 0.1% of farmer population.(1 cr + farmers in TN) i.e. around 10000 farmers may do organic farming 100% (Not using Chemical fertilizers and Pesticides with country verities and also wild varieties of crop seeds)

Less than 1000 farmers have got Organic Certification for their land and Crops.

This statistics can show a very clear picture that none of the farmers are really interested to go for Organic because of “No guarantee for their Investment” which also consumes maximum labour since Organic farming teaches self sustain, Self dependent rather than purchasing inputs from corporate/MNC companies.

This leads to require more and continuous labour to prepare their own FYM or Pest repellents or growth promoters which may take from 7 days to even 45-50 days.

In a brief organic farming can reduce cost of cultivation and also reduce yield.

So no farmer can follow organic farming who is totally dependent on agriculture for his livelihood.

Hence only aged farmers with age group of >55-60 who not have commitment and due to their interest and self satisfaction they do organic farming.

So neither chemical nor organic succeeded the agricultural race.

Now farmers are really handicapped and also like ‘Cat on the wall’.

Though they are not interested to continue chemical farming because of these (-)ve factors of organic farming they could not continue agriculture.

Here Biosuccess promises farmers that they can do Agriculture as Successful Business or Profession.

The major mistake farmers did was they have been doing agriculture as just merely a tradition.

They have not calculated money part. They were not given Knowledge and Guidance to do agriculture as business.


Biosuccess has taken a challenge by 2002 to convert (-)ve Indian Agriculture into (+)ve Agriculture by introducing Biotech farming. In this method Instead of Chemical /Organic, Biotechnologically derived products were used as Biotech Fertilizers, Biotech Pesticides and Biotech Plant growth Promoters.

A few Biotech Processes are

  • Fermentation
  • Cold fermentation
  • Plant extraction
  • Invitro culture
  • Separation of bio active nutrients from Vermi Compost
  • Mother Culture/Inoculums preparation etc.

These Biotech inputs gave fast and more yield and quick result to control Pests and Diseases. Since 2003 we use to recommend only Biotech inputs and uses have succeeded also. By 2006-2009 we stepped into R &D and developed >20 products for this new concept. By 2009-10 we developed >10 Biotech products and >100 bio products.

100% Organic
Living organism
Cannot be mixed with chemical

No living organisms
Living organism
Can be mixed with chemical
FYM: Biodiamond

B2 Agri

Biosuccess launched a revolutionary method of Agriculture called B2 Agri.

B2 Agri Insists farmers to depend on

  • Knowledge, Technology and Innovation
  • IT, Telecommunication, Visual communication and Dot com
  • Agri Engineering and
  • Biotech inputs

An Exclusive website for this purpose is created- A DVD which explains the benefit of B2 Agri is also done. Instead of promoting products now we promote this advanced next generation Agri Practice.


Organic farming Chemical farming Biotech farming
Using indigenous products like Cowdung Manure (FYM) Poultray Manure, Goat Manure, Medicinal plant extract as pesticides Panchakavya, EM Amirtha karaisal, Jeevamirtha karaisal, Beejamirtha karaisal etc, Vermicomppost.

Slow, Laborious, low yield, low profit.
Using Chemical fertilizers & Chemical Pesticides. Normal yield laborious,

Normal profit, Poisonous, Non ecofriendly.
Biotech fertilizer, Biotech Pesticides and Plant growth promoters.

Maximum yield& Profit

How Biosuccess is successful in Biotech farming?

1. Farmers are thinking that crop nutrients such as N.P.K are playing vital role in yield production. So they apply N, P,K in large quantity. They depend on only these 3 major nutrients along with some rare application of micro nutrients. They don’t know the importance of Ca, Mg, S- secondary nutrients. Also they do not realize the importance of soil & soil health. They do care for only soil wealth; that too treating soil as only media to provide applied nutrients to crop. They never take care soil health as important as crop health. They dump chemical fertilizers on soil as they think almost 75% of which crop takes.(but only 25-30%)

2. Farmers use a wide range of pesticides to control Pests & Diseases. They do not know the need & importance of these chemical pesticides. Usually they use more than the quantity of recommended dosage. They totally depend on Chemical pesticides. Thus excess fertilizer (N-fert) & pesticides reduces resistance power of crop & induces resistance power of pests.

3. They spend almost 75-80% of plant protection cost for fertilizers & pesticides. Only 20-25% they spend on plant growth promoters.

4. All these fertilizers, pesticides & PGP-are being used by their own knowledge or neighbor farmer or pesticide- fertilizer dealer. So, they follow blanket, indiscriminate usage. Here , a particular nutrient content may be increased and other one may be decreased. From pesticide spray they expect pests to die; but not to protect crops. We have our own Innovative Protocol for both Soil and Crop.


1. Cleanse the soil
2. Add Health and then Wealth
3. Increase yield giving potentiality of crop
1. Complete Crop food provision
2. Inducing and Improving Physiological Activity of Crop
3. Improve productivity and Retain
4.Increase Pest Resistance