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Re: [fukuoka_farming] Natural farming in Mayotte

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  • Raju Titus
    dear friend, Send pictures in group photo space or email to me i will share throgh picasaalbum. Raju Titus On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 12:27 PM, bessonnier
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      dear friend,
      Send pictures in group photo space or email to me i will share throgh
      picasaalbum.
      Raju Titus

      On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 12:27 PM, bessonnier s�bastien
      <jugglebeth@...>wrote:

      >
      >
      > Hello,
      >
      > I am starting natural farming and organic farming experimentation in
      > Mayotte.
      > I arrive in this magical island two months ago to work in a public french
      > research institution and after a little time of observation, adaptation,
      > speaking, listening and understanding, I succeed to convince the local
      > coworkers
      > of our station to stop using chemicals.
      > So for the moment, I have found natural insecticide plant growing there
      > (tephrosia and derris).
      > I found local and traditional varieties of rice (currently disappearing
      > because
      > of thai rice importation)
      > We have also local varities of cassava, banana and traditional cucurbittae
      > etc...
      > So, because we are 6 persons working on the field there, I am so happy to
      > have
      > tools, man hand to make almost what I have in mind...
      >
      > I am totally interesting bu Fukuoka sense� work as soon as I discover it in
      >
      > Auroville (India) and visited his farm in Shikoku (but he was died the year
      >
      > before the same day of my birthday), the ruins of his little house and camp
      > for
      > his student on the hill and I also on his grave... a wondeful trip...
      >
      > All of this to say that I started also the clay bullet seeds and direct
      > implantation of vegetable on grass. I study also grass and green cover (we
      > have
      > purpueria also know as kudzu in japan).
      >
      > So if you don't mind I will try to give some news and picture of my
      > experimentation and you are free of any consideration, critical, advices or
      >
      > other speak as you want on this subject of natural farming in mayotte
      >
      > Thanks to share,
      >
      > S�bastien, french plant lover
      >
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      >
      >
      >



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