Now that you’ve made all the Korean Natural Farming solutions, how do you combine and use them? This video talks about the subtle ways to assist plant growth and maximize the ability to grow in harmony with nature!
Using the chart here and scaling it up for the correct volume and you are good to go.
Premixing what we call the “Maintenance Solution” of 1 part OHN, 2 parts BRV and 2 parts FPJ, then adding that as a base of 20 mL per gallon, can really simplify the amount of jars you have to open to make a simple mixture.
And here is Master CHO talking on the subject
A quick guide to using Korean Natural Farming Solutions
Jadam Ultra-Low Cost Organic & Edible Pesticides and Insecticides were the topic of June 2016’s Natural Farming Hawaii potluck and meeting. Learn how to homebrew cures for Little Red Fire Ant, Coffee Berry Borer, Papaya Mealy bug and more. This simple recipe works on a wide variety of pests and concentration tests should be conducted before field applications.
JWA 8 L (2.1 gal)
JS 1.5 L (0.4 gal)
Sodium hydroxide 1.5 kg (3.3 lb)
Fine soil powder 1 kg (2.2 lb)
Add water to make 500 L (132 gal)
Natural Farming Master Han-Kyu Cho, Founder of Korean Natural Farming Institute in 1965 visited the Big Island Delegates of CGNF-Hawai’i for farm tours and Advances in Natural Farming Seminar from January 11th to 17th 2016.
Mr Oh, from the Organization of Standards International (ISO) chief certification officer visiting Ginger John’s farm in Onomea
Indigenous Micro Organisms (IMO) are key to the Natural Farming Solutions. Growing in harmony with nature and ensuring a biodiverse, well-fed soil populated with the most beneficial organisms tending to your plants well-being ensures optimal human and environmental health.