I gave a talk in Kohala on April 28th 2012 explaining that Fermented Plant Juice is the food of a natural system. Spray it on your plants to encourage optimal growth. Here we present the full lecture in audio form as well as the accompanying slides for your fermenting library. Slides of Presentation (PDF)
Every Korean Natural Farmer needs to know how to Apply KNF Microbes and IMO to the soil for it is the starting point of building a fertile soil foundation. Indigenous micro organisms properly applied will build inches of resilient, fertile, drought tolerant soil in a matter of months. Once you have […]
Master Cho told a story of an old Japanese woman giving him this recipe for “All the terrible things the Japanese have done to the Korean people”, and perhaps it has enough mystical power to mend all that hardship. Make some and find out for your self. Method Cook a […]
I just came across this excellent publication by CTAHR Step by step IMO preparation with photos published by the University of Hawai’i. This is the ‘mercedes benz’ of Indigenous Micro Organism preparation. Follow this recipe to achieve superior results in any environment. www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/oc/freepubs/pdf/BIO-9.pdf
How-to use KNF? This chart is designed as a quick start guide to how-to use KNF Solution formulas. Learn how to combine, dilute and then apply KNF Solutions to your crops. Apply the appropriate nutrients by understanding which stage of growth your plant is in, then applying the correct formula […]
Master Cho and Jyu-Young Cho assessing Eric Weinert’s Natural Farming Papaya Project in Kapoho. Hear the advice given on Growing in the heart of the tropical jungle and get a glimpse of the future of food.
2 Day workshop by Tropical Natural Farming expert Gil Carandang given November 2009 to early adopters of Natural Farming methods in Hawai’i. This presentation was financially sponsored by local farmers without requiring governmental or taxpayer grants. This is the true roots of Natural Farming and continues to provide great benefit […]
Josiah Hunt reports: The recipe: Fish meal, wood chips, biochar, dirt. fish meal was added to the wood chips with inoculant. inoculated wood chips were then blended with dirt, biochar (about 10%) and more fish meal.