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`There is no waste at the farm.` According to Tanabe Farm, the production of bananas is cyclic. For soil conditioning, EM Bokashi is used. The compost is used for growing bananas. No chemical fertilizer and pesticide is used, while applying Activated EM・1. Moreover, the bananas are wrapped in bags to keep insects away. As if they were raring child, Tanabe Farm grows their bananas. Furthermore, the bananas are available in Japan.
When Fukushima earthquake and tsunami hit north east Japan, Mr. Takizawa's farm was affected severally; their milk was suspended, and their grass was contaminated by radioactive substances. In 2012, however, he found potential treatment -photo-tropic bacteria. With EM Research Organization, he started experiments using EM Technology to resume their safe pasture-based milk production again... more
It was in 1994 when Bhutan started applying EM Technology in agriculture. They aimed at developing nature farming which can produce EM-treated materials for schools, farmers and other users. The next big change began since 2000 when the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests and Education enacted the School Agriculture Project to teach youth potential of agriculture.
There is a city called Cajica in Colombia where environmental problems became serious which they believe stem from precarious community-management of household wastes. The city’s catholic organization called FUNDASES decided to improve the situation with 55000 residents in the city. Through their educational programs and training, children and adults learned how to make wastes compost with EM Technology for soil conditioning.
The Kibera slum, the largest slum in East Africa, is in Kenya where a million people stay without well-established infrastructure(e.g., no tap water, poorly conditioned toilets). To improve the environment, a group of organizations and the Kenya government established a joint venture to improve the sanitation with EM Technology while creating jobs for those who seek. more
Students at University of Canterbury, New Zealand decided to recycle the food waste for compost in 2010. The recycling process was set up from putting the food wastes into wheelie bins to fermenting the mixture of the wastes and EM Bokashi to using for soil treatment.
Olives grown with passion and EM give high quality fruits to produce delicious and healthy oil. more
Costales family runs a farm growing food and farming in- and out of water in south of Manila, Philippines. Their style is nature farming, which was awarded by the president in 2012. Farming was not the only business of theirs. They hold workshops to spread EM Technology use in the neighborhood.
This paper explains EM application in a large-scale soybean farm and lists the effects. It shows a cost-performance per ha to apply EM Technology in soybean farming. The effects (e.g., improving the soil, preventing the seed from having pathogens) are included many enough to support the value of applying the technology. more
Imagine a 50m x50m farm full of tomatoes and all of them were affected by bacterial spot. EM would be one of your options to improve the situation. As a matter of fact, at a tomato farm in Paraguay, EM was used for the same issue. more
Is it possible to grow healthy vegetables without insecticide? Here is a good example from Brazil where EM has been applied to make it happen, using hydroponics system. Key is the use of Activated EM・1. How to use it effectively is summarized in the following:
ZZ2 is well known as the largest tomato grower in South Africa. Their mass production has been more fruitful since 2002 when they started using EM in farming. For instance, their apple production has been better, increasing calcium content of fruit by 30%. On top of that, they have not been infected. more