Concepts of Nature Farming  Concepts of Nature Farming
Contents ・  Nature Farming is classified     as a organic  farming. <ul><li>  History of Nature Farming  </li></ul><ul><li...
Organic Farming   Conventional     farming (Use chemical and    pesticides etc…. )   Principal Farming Methods
Common Organic Farming systems Perma - Culture Biodynamic agriculture Nature Farming Traditional organic methods
Nature farming history
Nature Farming  ? <ul><li>What is your imagine of nature?  </li></ul>
Nature Nature
Our life with useful material
Thus, destruction of environment has started since human beings were born.
Agriculture
Animal dung Fish meal Charcoal  Early time (before 1900)
 
Middle of 1920’s  Chemical fertilizer Organic fertilizer Plant charcoal Animal dung
Nature   Farming Mr. Mokichi Okada (1882 - 1955) <ul><li>In the mid 1930’s, Mokichi Okada advocated Kyusei Nature Farming....
Kyusei Nature Farming Kyusei = Saving the World
Nature Farming Healthy Food Healthy Life Environment Saving the World
Nature Farming does not have a non-interference policy. <ul><li>We need to find the best approach to harness nature…. </li...
Nature Farming is not noninterference policy. Nature Farming Human Approach Result Because of our suitable approaches,  Na...
The Five Principles of Nature Farming Production of safe and nutritious food to enhance human health
The Five Principles of Nature Farming Development of economic and spiritual benefits to both farmers and consumers
The Five Principles of Nature Farming Sustainability and ease of practice by   every person
The Five Principles of Nature Farming Production of sufficient food of high quality   for the increasing populations
The Five Principles of Nature Farming Conservation of the environments
If you do real Nature Farming…. <ul><li>・ The number of weeds decreases with time  </li></ul><ul><li>・ The harmful insects...
There were some farmer tried to do real nature farming but…… Due to lack of knowledge and techniques
Nature farming was….. <ul><li>Thus Nature Farming was identified as being very difficult and thus the adoption rate was ve...
However, on the other hand some people who believe Mokishi Okada’s nature Farming set up the International Nature Farming ...
In the late of 1970’s Dr. Higa ………. EM Technology Prof. Dr. Teruo Higa
Dr. Higa and INFRC <ul><li>Does some nature farming experiment. </li></ul><ul><li>Held on the conference to spread nature ...
Kyusei Nature Farming conference. 2002, New Zealand.
International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming 1989  1st Thailand 1991  2nd Brazil 1993  3rd USA 1995  4th France 1997 ...
Why do we recommend that you do not use chemical fertilizers?
Why do we recommend that you do not use chemical fertilizers?
nutrient nutrient nutrient nutrient
dung No Need  nutriment Chemical fertilizer Chemical fertilizer No need
Chemical fertilizer Chemical fertilizer With chemical fertilizers, plants get enough element from chemical  fertilizers ; ...
Chemical Decrease  Root can’t  grow sufficiently  Become weak plants Harmful insects   Sick   Hard  soil Pesticides
Soil Structure Organic Chemical
 
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  • Nature farming was suggested by Mokichi Okada in 1930s firstly. He afraid that the agriculture with the chemical fertilizer and pestiside in future.
  • 2 Nature Farming The Concepts

    1. 1. Concepts of Nature Farming Concepts of Nature Farming
    2. 2. Contents ・  Nature Farming is classified    as a organic farming. <ul><li>  History of Nature Farming </li></ul><ul><li>  Mechanism and benefit of Nature Farming </li></ul>
    3. 3. Organic Farming   Conventional   farming (Use chemical and   pesticides etc…. ) Principal Farming Methods
    4. 4. Common Organic Farming systems Perma - Culture Biodynamic agriculture Nature Farming Traditional organic methods
    5. 5. Nature farming history
    6. 6. Nature Farming ? <ul><li>What is your imagine of nature? </li></ul>
    7. 7. Nature Nature
    8. 8. Our life with useful material
    9. 9. Thus, destruction of environment has started since human beings were born.
    10. 10. Agriculture
    11. 11. Animal dung Fish meal Charcoal Early time (before 1900)
    12. 13. Middle of 1920’s Chemical fertilizer Organic fertilizer Plant charcoal Animal dung
    13. 14. Nature Farming Mr. Mokichi Okada (1882 - 1955) <ul><li>In the mid 1930’s, Mokichi Okada advocated Kyusei Nature Farming. </li></ul>
    14. 15. Kyusei Nature Farming Kyusei = Saving the World
    15. 16. Nature Farming Healthy Food Healthy Life Environment Saving the World
    16. 17. Nature Farming does not have a non-interference policy. <ul><li>We need to find the best approach to harness nature…. </li></ul><ul><li>Then….. </li></ul><ul><li>Nature will bring about great results. </li></ul>
    17. 18. Nature Farming is not noninterference policy. Nature Farming Human Approach Result Because of our suitable approaches, Nature and its forces thrive!! Thus we get splendid products from Nature.
    18. 19. The Five Principles of Nature Farming Production of safe and nutritious food to enhance human health
    19. 20. The Five Principles of Nature Farming Development of economic and spiritual benefits to both farmers and consumers
    20. 21. The Five Principles of Nature Farming Sustainability and ease of practice by every person
    21. 22. The Five Principles of Nature Farming Production of sufficient food of high quality for the increasing populations
    22. 23. The Five Principles of Nature Farming Conservation of the environments
    23. 24. If you do real Nature Farming…. <ul><li>・ The number of weeds decreases with time </li></ul><ul><li>・ The harmful insects decrease. </li></ul><ul><li>・ Most diseases disappear from your field. </li></ul><ul><li>・ You can develop a Sustainable system </li></ul>
    24. 25. There were some farmer tried to do real nature farming but…… Due to lack of knowledge and techniques
    25. 26. Nature farming was….. <ul><li>Thus Nature Farming was identified as being very difficult and thus the adoption rate was very low and even declined. </li></ul>
    26. 27. However, on the other hand some people who believe Mokishi Okada’s nature Farming set up the International Nature Farming Center to practiced Nature Farming and do the research of it to spread throughout the world. International Nature Farming Research Center
    27. 28. In the late of 1970’s Dr. Higa ………. EM Technology Prof. Dr. Teruo Higa
    28. 29. Dr. Higa and INFRC <ul><li>Does some nature farming experiment. </li></ul><ul><li>Held on the conference to spread nature Farming and EM technology in 1989. </li></ul><ul><li>・  APNAN have spread nature farming and EM technology for more than decades. </li></ul>
    29. 30. Kyusei Nature Farming conference. 2002, New Zealand.
    30. 31. International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming 1989 1st Thailand 1991 2nd Brazil 1993 3rd USA 1995 4th France 1997 5th Thailand 1999 6th South Africa 2002 7th New Zealand
    31. 32. Why do we recommend that you do not use chemical fertilizers?
    32. 33. Why do we recommend that you do not use chemical fertilizers?
    33. 34. nutrient nutrient nutrient nutrient
    34. 35. dung No Need nutriment Chemical fertilizer Chemical fertilizer No need
    35. 36. Chemical fertilizer Chemical fertilizer With chemical fertilizers, plants get enough element from chemical fertilizers ; instead of natural products Therefore the number of insects and microbes decrease due to loss of conducive conditions in soils . The plant cannot grow; especially the root zone because the soil becomes a non living entity after the decrease of microbes. Therefore we must keep applying chemical fertilizer to overcome this situation and maintain crop growth
    36. 37. Chemical Decrease Root can’t grow sufficiently Become weak plants Harmful insects Sick Hard soil Pesticides
    37. 38. Soil Structure Organic Chemical

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