Friday, October 29, 2010

Natural Farming

Theory of Natural Farming
Natural farming is a method of farming that seeks to be in harmony with nature.
Natural Farming affirms that everything we need to grow our food is already around us in abundance. It is sustainable because it eliminates the need to import fertilizers and agricultural chemicals from outside our local environment. Its foundation is cultivating the Indigenous Micro-Organisms already here and incorporating them into our compost and soils. In this healthier environment, the potential of each seed is maximized. Lower costs, higher yields, healthier plants, less disease, complete sustainability are all benefits of learning how to farm naturally.

Bacterial IMO are used primarily for grass and leafy type plants. They are collected from grasslands or patches of bamboo.

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