Gil Carandang, Fulbright Scholar and organic farmer, is also considered to be the father of Modern Philippine Organic Farming. This manual provides a comprehensive breakdown of his macro and microbiotic farming techniques developed over years of study in Japan, Korea and the United States and gives an insight into farming methods that involve harnessing the power of beneficial microorganisms to boost soil health and produce yield without the need for harsh chemical fertilizers or processes that unnecessarily deplete the ecosystem of essential nutrients.
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|Title of Technology eBook: Grow Your Own Beneficial Indigenous Microorganisms and Bionutrients In Natural Farming|
|Release Date: 03-17-2011|
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Grow Your Own Beneficial Indigenous Microorganisms and Bionutrients In Natural Farming
This white paper was produced thanks to my mentor, Dr. Han Kyu Cho of the Korean Natural Farming Association and the influence of the natural farmers I visited and apprenticed with in Japan.
“Farmers have lost the independent authority which they had in the farming techniques of the old days. Farmers have become dependent in buying almost everything that they need in farming, and they are now just engaged in farming by role according to the program presented by the seller.”
“I insist to recover the spirit of farmers. To achieve it is impossible until the exhilarated farming that farmers can recover subjectivity in the farming technique is realized.”
“A new vision of farming techniques is needed to recover the true nature of farming. There is a hidden possibility to realize a new vision in the ways that farmers make and apply which are necessary farming materials by making use of local materials actively.” – Dr. Han Kyu Cho
“There is a need to invest in natural capital like the soil through the proliferation of beneficial indigenous microorganisms, sustaining their growth and population, creating living soil and opening mechanisms and bridges to extract natural minerals to be taken by the plant and stored, broken down again to be mineralized for future use as it completes the nutrient cycle. Beneficial Indigenous Microorganisms is the start of this cycle, the ultimate digester, user and re-users.” – Anonymous