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  • Troy Santos
    There was a Korean guy named Han Kyu Cho who (or still is?) head of Korean Natural Farming Association. He made these fermentations that he used for all sorts
    Message 1 of 9 , Jun 17, 2011
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      There was a Korean guy named Han Kyu Cho who (or still is?) head of
      Korean Natural Farming Association. He made these fermentations that
      he used for all sorts of things. I remember that he had something for
      livestock, but I don't remember what it was for and I sure don't know
      how to make it. Very interesting book. Google Korean Natural Farming
      Association to see what you can find.

      On 17/06/2011, Carol Lake <drtmrpony@...> wrote:
      >
      > Greetings! I'm looking for information on reducing the smells/flies in a
      > deep pack bedding system, specifically for goats. I remember reading that
      > there was a hog farm in Hawaii that had some success with using some type of
      > Fukuoka - inspired microbial tp dressing.. does anyone on the list know
      > anything about it?
      >
      > Many thanks!
      >
      > Carol Lake
      > www.dancingdogfarm.com
      > NH, USA
      >
      >
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      >
      >
    • Vin Lava
      Hi Carol, You might want to check out the link below. Philippines for Natural Farming, Inc. (PNFI) is an organization devoted to spreading the techniques of
      Message 2 of 9 , Jun 19, 2011
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        Hi Carol,

        You might want to check out the link below. Philippines for Natural Farming, Inc. (PNFI) is an organization devoted to spreading the techniques of farming with Indigenous Micro-Organisms (IMO).

        Aside from using IMO for our plants, we also use IMO to raise pigs and other livestock without odor and with alternative feeds. Check it out here:

        http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/philippinesfornaturalfarminginc/files/Making%20of%20Homemade%20Inputs/:

        It's an open group and anyone can browse and/or join.

        Here's one of our member's web site:

        http://solraya.blogspot.com/

        Best regards.

        Vin Lava

        On 17/06/2011, Carol Lake <drtmrpony@aol. com> wrote:

        >

        > Greetings! I'm looking for information on reducing the smells/flies in a

        > deep pack bedding system, specifically for goats. I remember reading that

        > there was a hog farm in Hawaii that had some success with using some type of

        > Fukuoka - inspired microbial tp dressing.. does anyone on the list know

        > anything about it?

        >

        > Many thanks!

        >

        > Carol Lake

        > www.dancingdogfarm. com

        > NH, USA

        >



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      • KevFil
        University of Hawaii agriculture department has free info on I.M.O.,how to make,store and use I.M.O.s. This is the input you are looking for.No oders for
        Message 3 of 9 , Jun 21, 2011
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          University of Hawaii agriculture department has free info on I.M.O.,how to make,store and use I.M.O.s. This is the input you are looking for.No oders for hog,chicken,goat,etc. by making this and spraying over everything.Everything.Everything.

          --- In fukuoka_farming@yahoogroups.com, Troy Santos <troysantos@...> wrote:
          >
          > There was a Korean guy named Han Kyu Cho who (or still is?) head of
          > Korean Natural Farming Association. He made these fermentations that
          > he used for all sorts of things. I remember that he had something for
          > livestock, but I don't remember what it was for and I sure don't know
          > how to make it. Very interesting book. Google Korean Natural Farming
          > Association to see what you can find.
          >
          > On 17/06/2011, Carol Lake <drtmrpony@...> wrote:
          > >
          > > Greetings! I'm looking for information on reducing the smells/flies in a
          > > deep pack bedding system, specifically for goats. I remember reading that
          > > there was a hog farm in Hawaii that had some success with using some type of
          > > Fukuoka - inspired microbial tp dressing.. does anyone on the list know
          > > anything about it?
          > >
          > > Many thanks!
          > >
          > > Carol Lake
          > > www.dancingdogfarm.com
          > > NH, USA
          > >
          > >
          > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
          > >
          > >
          >
        • Troy Santos
          Yeah, Han Kyu Cho called his stuff, in English anyway, I.M.O., Indigenous Micro-organisms. And, I really doubt Fukuoka would have encouraged anyone to make and
          Message 4 of 9 , Jun 22, 2011
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            Yeah, Han Kyu Cho called his stuff, in English anyway, I.M.O.,
            Indigenous Micro-organisms. And, I really doubt Fukuoka would have
            encouraged anyone to make and use these preparations. The term
            "Natural Farming" takes many shapes.



            On 22/06/2011, KevFil <kevfil@...> wrote:
            > University of Hawaii agriculture department has free info on I.M.O.,how to
            > make,store and use I.M.O.s. This is the input you are looking for.No oders
            > for hog,chicken,goat,etc. by making this and spraying over
            > everything.Everything.Everything.
            >
            > --- In fukuoka_farming@yahoogroups.com, Troy Santos <troysantos@...> wrote:
            >>
            >> There was a Korean guy named Han Kyu Cho who (or still is?) head of
            >> Korean Natural Farming Association. He made these fermentations that
            >> he used for all sorts of things. I remember that he had something for
            >> livestock, but I don't remember what it was for and I sure don't know
            >> how to make it. Very interesting book. Google Korean Natural Farming
            >> Association to see what you can find.
            >>
            >> On 17/06/2011, Carol Lake <drtmrpony@...> wrote:
            >> >
            >> > Greetings! I'm looking for information on reducing the smells/flies in a
            >> > deep pack bedding system, specifically for goats. I remember reading
            >> > that
            >> > there was a hog farm in Hawaii that had some success with using some
            >> > type of
            >> > Fukuoka - inspired microbial tp dressing.. does anyone on the list know
            >> > anything about it?
            >> >
            >> > Many thanks!
            >> >
            >> > Carol Lake
            >> > www.dancingdogfarm.com
            >> > NH, USA
            >> >
            >> >
            >> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
            >> >
            >> >
            >>
            >
            >
            >
          • fujiinn
            Can you please provide us with a link to these University of Hawaii resources?
            Message 5 of 9 , Jun 22, 2011
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              Can you please provide us with a link to these University of Hawaii resources?

              --- In fukuoka_farming@yahoogroups.com, "KevFil" <kevfil@...> wrote:
              >
              > University of Hawaii agriculture department has free info on I.M.O.,how to make,store and use I.M.O.s. This is the input you are looking for.No oders for hog,chicken,goat,etc. by making this and spraying over everything.Everything.Everything.
              >
              > --- In fukuoka_farming@yahoogroups.com, Troy Santos <troysantos@> wrote:
              > >
              > > There was a Korean guy named Han Kyu Cho who (or still is?) head of
              > > Korean Natural Farming Association. He made these fermentations that
              > > he used for all sorts of things. I remember that he had something for
              > > livestock, but I don't remember what it was for and I sure don't know
              > > how to make it. Very interesting book. Google Korean Natural Farming
              > > Association to see what you can find.
              > >
              > > On 17/06/2011, Carol Lake <drtmrpony@> wrote:
              > > >
              > > > Greetings! I'm looking for information on reducing the smells/flies in a
              > > > deep pack bedding system, specifically for goats. I remember reading that
              > > > there was a hog farm in Hawaii that had some success with using some type of
              > > > Fukuoka - inspired microbial tp dressing.. does anyone on the list know
              > > > anything about it?
              > > >
              > > > Many thanks!
              > > >
              > > > Carol Lake
              > > > www.dancingdogfarm.com
              > > > NH, USA
              > > >
              > > >
              > > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
              > > >
              > > >
              > >
              >
            • boiseculturejam
              Just in case you didn t know, there is a microbe mix called EM-1, (effective microorganism), developed in Japan, supposedly from microbes that commonly exist
              Message 6 of 9 , Jun 23, 2011
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                Just in case you didn't know, there is a microbe mix called EM-1, (effective microorganism), developed in Japan, supposedly from microbes that commonly exist in healthy forests around Earth.

                I have grown it (from itself) and used it to try and bring microbial life into clay. I don't know it it worked for sure on that, but I have noticed it definitely speeds up the turning of compost into soil.

                In the manual http://www.agriton.nl/apnanman.html it says you can feed it to livestock, and also use it for cleaning and reducing odor. I hope this helps.

                peace and anarchy,
                brad smith
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