Month: August 2017

Indigenous Microorganisms(IMOs) 1. Why indigenous? Natural farming rejects foreign microorganisms. It also rejects microorganisms that are produced mechanically or artificially or refined simply to increase their market values. No other microorganism adapts with the same strength and effectiveness as indigenous microorganisms that have lived in the local area for a long time. Domestic farmers who are used to buying commercial…

Various developments have preceded the setting up of the Institute. Natural Farming was introduced to the Philippines by the Korean Dr. Cho under his Janong Natural Farming Institute of Korea. A series of repeated trainings and various seminars given out to Filipinos and other interested audiences all over the Philippines had resulted to a healthy growth of the population of…

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