Category Archives: Agrarische Toepassingen

#124 Full-scale creation of salt into fertilizer through the atomic conversion power of EM

With the cooperation of many stakeholders, the multipurpose method of salt utilizing the atomic conversion power of EM that began three years ago has been steadily achieving results. Initially it seemed too incredible a story to be true, so most people have been hesitant about using more than one-third to one-fifth of the amount of salt I discussed. As a… Read more »

#122 The Truth of EM: Everything about Love and Microorganisms

In early September, my book called Everything about Love and Microorganisms, co-written with Michiyo Mori and Akira Shiratori, was published from Hikaru Land Co., Ltd. Last June, in Fukushima City, a meeting was held with lectures by the three of us, and we showed the movie Revival so that people would see the serious situation in Fukushima, that has almost… Read more »

APNAN Meeting 2018 was held in Thailand

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The APNAN (Asia Pacific Natural Agriculture Network) Committee Meeting 2018 was held in Thailand from November 11 to 14. Approximately 70 people from 23 countries gathered at the Saraburi Center to exchange their experiences on EM in agriculture, animal husbandry and environment. This time, they had special lectures by Prof. Higa, and presentations by an associate professor from Croatia, and… Read more »

Why Earthworms are Important and how to Boost them

Earthworms are one of the most important organisms in soils. Earthworms mix together different layers of soil and incorporate carbon in the form of organic matter into the soil. It’s within this process of mixing that disperses the organic matter throughout the soil and makes the nutrients held in it available to plants. In addition earthworms propagate microorganisms in their gut… Read more »

#121 Escape from conventional agricultural traps

To date, agriculture has inevitably made use of artificial substances in order to increase productivity, reaching the situation of present-day agriculture with its heavy reliance chemical fertilizers, agricultural chemicals, and large machinery. This style accelerates degradation of soil, and not only destroys ecosystems and biodiversity, but also it is directly linked with topsoil runoff, and pollution of the water system… Read more »

#120 Limitation and important caveats regarding utilization of salt

At the end of the previous issue, I stated “If the entire soil is rectified by using rectifying coal, conventional soil improvement becomes unnecessary and no-till cultivation becomes easy. That is, after harvesting, apply 500 to 1000 kg of salt per 1,000 m2, and after letting all the stalks and weeds wither and die, then apply a 1:50-1:100 solution of… Read more »

Theo Mulder: ‘Bokashi’ als oplossing om landbouwgrond én moestuin weer gezond en vitaal te krijgen

Gezonde grond zorgt voor een gezonder leven. Dat stelt agrarisch ondernemer Theo Mulder uit Kollumerzwaag, die de eerste Soil Food Week van Fryslân organiseert. Vanaf woensdag 10 oktober staan Oosterwolde en Drachten drie dagen lang in het teken van bodem, voedsel en gezondheid. Volgens Mulder zijn bodem, voedsel en gezondheid onscheidbaar. “We hebben vruchtbare grond nodig om voedsel en onze… Read more »