Korean Natural Farming (KNF) is a modern natural farming practice that merges ancient Eastern sustainability with efficient Western scientific production to result in phenomenal growth in every climate worldwide.
At its core, KNF is a partnership with indigenous soil life and a set of formulas for direct enhancement of plant growth through biostimulants.
KNF practitioners build robust microbial communities resulting in fertile soils, more plant available nutrients, and reenforce natural processes scientifically to complement nature by adjusting and adapting the practices as necessary.
When the KNF solutions are combined to match and assist nature enable folks to have productive farms in balance with their indigenous surroundings.
We establish rich soil, diverse in indigenous micro organisms.
We feed the plants a maintenance solution on a regular basis.
The Pure KNF Recipes are all edible, but there are many approaches to KNF, such as Jadam, and experienced practitioners will have a hybrid approach that makes the best of all worlds.
The main focus of KNF is on making peace and balance with the microbes and together growing a better world.
KNF has been proven successful at many scales from ecological restoration to industrial farming to family food production and works anywhere in the world with simple localized adaptions
KNF has many scientific papers from Universities.
Disgustingly Cheap KNF Recipes (aka Jadam)
Legacy Recipes from Master Cho and Cho Global Natural Farming
Thank you. And may you enjoy the tiny miracles life has abound.
Long live the natural farmer!
Our website is a collection of natural farming wisdom from over a decade of practice and study. Our present Organization, Core Work & Strategies were established in 2011.
Purchases here directly support our work to bring PureKNF to a worldwide way of life.
Master Cho Han-Kyu is largely the latest person to bring fame to fermentation, enzymes and indigenous micro organisms through his collection of recipes gathered and practiced and taught throughout his life.
Learn more about the early recipes and translations of Korean Natural Farming