Monthly Natural Farming Hawaii meeting in Hilo at the Sweet Cane Cafe. Every second Tuesday 6-8pm.
This month I talked a lot. About:
Certification structure for CGNF-Hawaii. Master Cho’s official organization incorporated in Hawaii.
Beyond GMO a project to transform the Hawaiian Papaya industry.
Differences between Master Cho and his son Young-san Cho’s solutions.
how to make water soluble calcium phosphate.
burn bones till thoroughly black and charred.
dissolve in vinegar for 7 days.
strain and store liquid.
improper use can severely impair your plants
to use dilute 1:1000 with water and other KNF solutions
to enhance the flowering of plants
to support structural features of plant growth
more… see www.naturalfarminghawaii.net or subscribe to my youtube.
Our October 2015 Natural Farming Hawai’i meeting featured James Rushing presenting his University of Hawai’i thesis project on the study of something similar to IMO#4. The results show that to get a full benefit, connecting to the soil and properly using the recommended Soil Treatment Solution may go further to boosting your plant’s performance in trials.
I added my mana’o on how to properly activate your IMO with a simple solution.
August 2015 Natural Farming Hawai’i Meeting in Hilo. Natural Farming Solutions was the topic discussed and the Maintenance solution recipe was given as 1 part OHN, 2 parts FPJ and 2 parts Vinegar (Banana preferred) combined, then diluted 20mL per gallon of water and sprayed every 7-11 days on plants optimally around sunset or used as a drench to clean up pollutants by revitalizing beneficial soil micro biology.
Banchan-san presented a fermented beverage that originated in Japan after the 3/11 tsunami. People are finding that the microbes are mitigating the damage caused by radioactive exposure. This Shwa-Saka drink is made from the microbes of over 100 different herbs and cultured together is making it’s way around the world gaining even more potency through diversity.
Oriental Herbal Nutrient recipe, which consists of tincturing garlic, ginger, licorice, cinnamon and angelica, was covered at the April 2015 Natural Farming Hawai’i meeting. These 5 traditional healing herbs have been effective medicine for countless generations. Learn how to integrate and apply this recipe and other medicinal tinctures in your natural farming practice.