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  • For Kyusei Nature farming, the relationship between soil and microbes are very important. Therefore EM technology is essential for KNF because there are many microbes in the soil. So first I would like to explain what is EM. And then I explain the relationship between EM and Kyusei Nature Farming. Because EM is one of the essential factors for Kyusei Nature Farming.
  • EM means Effective Microoragansims.
  • EM is produced in 55 countries all over the world. Red character’s countries produce EM. Blue character’s countries use EM.
  • EM is yellowish or brownish liquid. EM is very safety for human. And pH is under 3.5, so sourer taste.
  • These microbe lives in EM under co-existence condition.
  • In the soil there are much amount and many kinds of microbes. It contains pathogenic microbes and also beneficial microbes. But almost all bacteria are opportunistic microbes which wait and see how things go.
  • If pathogenic microbe active in the soil, neutral microbes follow pathogenic microbe group.
  • If beneficial microbe active in the soil, neutral group follows beneficial group.
  • So if farmer always apply EM, Microbe balance is kept under control of beneficial group. In the cultivated soils especially using chemical fertilizer and pesticide is poor biodiversity. So compared to natural soil, it is easy to increase the pathogenic microbes. So applying EM for the soil is easy way to keep the balance for beneficial groups.
  • In the soil there are much amount and many kinds of microbes. It contains pathogenic microbes and also beneficial microbes. But almost all bacteria are opportunistic microbes which wait and see how things go.
  • And next, I want to explain about case study at each country. First is Thailand. In Thailand APNAN cooperate with Sara Buri Center and EM Kyusei which distribute EM all over Thailand.
  • In Thailand 90t of EM1 are sold per a month. And most of EM1 are used for agriculture. This is Lychee farm in Thailand.
  • EM is used in Tsunami victim area in South part of Thailand to reduce foul odor of bead body and sanitation control. EM Kyusei cooperate with Red Cross team. EM was sprayed pond any place of damaged area.
  • EM is used not only agriculture. EM is used in aqua culture. 1. you can see chine shrimp without antibiotic. 2. Sludge is no muddy smell. Bokashi is applied for feed. EM is launching pond preparation.
  • APNAN cooperate with Sarvodaya which is big NGO in Sri Lanka. This Ngo distribute EM in Sri Lnka.
  • 1. Tea garden in Sri Lanka. Normaly, only two new leaf is used for tea. However, three leaf available with EM. EM is used in tea factory to reduce contamination. After using EM, tea quality is increased. Price is also increased.
  • Dumpsite in Vietnam. Firstly, EMAS and bokashi is applied to dumpsite. Waste water is pumped up from bottom of the dumpsite. EMAS is droped on the way. The waste water is recycled for agriculture field.
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    • 1. EM Technology
    • 2. Effective Microorganisms EM ASIA PACIFIC NATURAL AGRICULTURE NETWORK
    • 3. Effective Microorganisms EM
    • 4.
      • EM has been introduced to more than 140 counties in the world .
      • EM Research Organization (EMRO) produce EM1 cooperated with EM distributors.
    • 5. EM is an International Product. EM1®   production 4,000 tons in 2007
    • 6. Safe and Human-Friendly Microorganisms Which are… ASIA PACIFIC NATURAL AGRICULTURE NETWORK
    • 7. What is EM????????
      • EM has
        • Phototrophic bacteria
        • Lactic Acid Bacteria
        • Yeast
    • 8. This combination can produce EM POWER!! Lactic Acid Bacteria + Phototrophic Bacteria + Yeast
    • 9. Co-Existence Phototrophic Bacteria Lactic Acid Bacteria Yeast
    • 10. What EM can do???? Can Microbes help?? ASIA PACIFIC NATURAL AGRICULTURE NETWORK
        • In organic farming?
        • Chemical farming?
        • Pollution control?
    • 11. EM can help to produce…..
      • Healthy high quality organic products in large quantities
    • 12. EM can help to raise animals without using antibiotics and reduce smell.   ASIA PACIFIC NATURAL AGRICULTURE NETWORK
      • No smell
      • Reduced costs
      • Improved meat quality!!
      <0.2ppm 2 ppm After EM application – 7 days >2ppm >30ppm Before EM application HYDOGEN SULFIDE AMMONIA
    • 13. EM can help to recycle kitchen garbage
      • No wastes
      • Good nutrients
      • Help clean the Environment!!
      ASIA PACIFIC NATURAL AGRICULTURE NETWORK
    • 14. EM can revive environment
      • Reduce the amount of sludge
      • Reduce the smell of the river
      • Fish come back
      before After ASIA PACIFIC NATURAL AGRICULTURE NETWORK
    • 15. EM can help to cultivate fish and shrimps
      • No antibiotics
      • No maddy smell
      • No disease
      ASIA PACIFIC NATURAL AGRICULTURE NETWORK
    • 16. Why can we do these???
      • Are microbes playing important role???
        • Shift microbial balance!!
    • 17. Microbes in Natural Harmful Microbes Beneficial Microbes Opportunistic Microbes
    • 18. Microbes in Nature Harmful Microbes Beneficial Microbes Neutral Microbes
    • 19. Microbes in Nature Harmful Microbes Beneficial Microbes Neutral Microbes
    • 20. EM application Hamful Microbes Beneficial Microbes EM
    • 21. For example Harmful Microbes Beneficial Microbes Food
    • 22. The result………..
        • Yield of crops increase.
        • Smell reduced.
        • Recyclable wastes produced!!!!
    • 23. Kyusei Nature Farming Center Thailand EM Kyusei Co., Ltd.
    • 24. Percentage of EM1 application 70-90 ton per a month 60% 25% 13% 12%
    • 25.  
    • 26. Case Study in Thailand
    • 27.
      • Natural disaster management
      EM in Tsunami damage area
    • 28.  
    • 29. EM Unit - SARVODAYA Sri Lanka
    • 30.  
    • 31. Vietnam Vina-Nichi Center for Technology Development
    • 32. 05/10/10
    • 33. 05/10/10
    • 34. Not detected control EM treatment Environment Ministry in Vietnam (1998)
    • 35. JAMOF SDN. BHD. & Johor Farmer’s Organization Malaysia Microgreen Bio-Industrial Sdn. Bhd. (MGB)
    • 36. Percentage of EM1 application 5-6 ton per a month 44% 33% 20% 3%
    • 37.  
    • 38.  
    • 39. VRM Australia
    • 40. Percentage of EM1 application 0.5-1 ton per a month 60% 35% 5%
    • 41.  
    • 42. Colombia
    • 43. 700ha!!!!!
    • 44. Thank you !!! Website: www.apnan.org

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