Monday, October 15, 2012

KOREAN TECHNOLOGY ON ORGANIC FARMING


      KOREAN TECHNOLOGY ON ORGANIC FARMING


1. IMO – Indigenous Microbial Organism

       (For composting inoculant)
a. Mix 1 kilo cooked rice with 1 kilo muscovado sugar.
b. Place in earthen jar or plastic pail.
c. Cover with clean Manila paper and fasten with rubber strip.
d. Allow to ferment for 7 to 14 days.
e. Separate the juice in clean container and seal, ready for use.
f. Dosage and usage: Mix 4 tbsp I 1 liter of water or 1 litter IMO to 100 liters water and spray on plants and soil root zone. Spray on hog feeds and animal manure to eliminate malodor. Use IMO as inoculants in composting degradable organic matter.

2. OC – Organic Compost formulation and making

      (For composting inoculant)
a. Materials to be used:
1. 100 kilos or 2 bags of rice or corn brand.
2. 100 kilos or 2 bags of top soil.
3. 0.5 kilo IMO (Indigenous Microbial Organism).
4. 0.5 kilo FFAA (Fermented Fish Amino Acid).
b. Mix thoroughly the above materials and cover with plastic sheet.
c. Ferment the materials for 7 to 14 days.
d. IMO and FFAA can also be used as inoculants in making compost with the use of sawdust or hammer-milled corncobs with chicken dung or other animal manure.

3. FFAA – Fermented Fish Amino Acid formulation

         (For foliar fertilizer and growth activator)
a. Mix 1 kilo unwashed fresh trash fish with 1 kilo muscovado sugar or molasses.
b. Place in earthen jar or plastic pail.
c. Cover with clean Manila paper and fasten with rubber strip.
d. Allow the materials to ferment for 7 to 14 days
e. Squeeze out the juice and place in a clean container and seal.
f. Collect the solid fishbone to be used for making calcium nutrient spray formula for plants.
g. Juice is used as foliar fertilizer to induce vegetative growth.
h. Dosage: 1 liter FFAA to 1 drum (200 liters) of water or 1 ml FFAA to 1 liter of water.

4. CPN   – Calcium for Plant Nutrient formulation

         (For Foliar Fertilizer)
a. Crush 1 kilo egg shell and burn.
b. Mix with 10 liters of pure coconut vinegar.
c. Place in a jar and cover with clean Manila paper. Fasten with rubber strip.
d. Let it stay in the jar for 3 weeks, and ad 2 kilos fishbone. (Fishbone from making FFAA can be used.)
e. After 4 weeks, the liquid can be used as Calcium Nutrient spray on plants.
f. Dosage: 1 ml to 1 liter of water or 1 litter to 1 drum (200 liters) water

5. FFJ    – Fermented Fruit Juice formulation

        (For foliar Fertilizer and drench fertilizer for seedlings)
a. Mix 1 kilo chopped banana or other fruits (except citrus), and mix with 1 kilo muscovado or molasses.
b. Place in an earthen jar or plastic pail.
c. Cover with clean Manila paper and tie with rubber strip.
d. Allow to ferment for 7 to 14 days and separate the juice in clean container & seal.
e. Usage: Animal drink nutrient enhancement.
f. Dosage: Mix 1 liter FFJ to 1 drum (200 liters) of water or 1 ml FFJ to 1 liter water

6. FPJ    – Fermented Fruit Juice formulation

              (For Foliar Fertilizer or drench fertilizer for seedlings)
a. Mix 1 kilo chopped banana pseudo stem) 2 feet long on the upper most section to be taken at 5 a.m.
b. Mix with 1 kilo muscovado or molasses and place in a jar or plastic pail.
c. Cover the mouth of the jar with clean Manila paper and fasten with rubber strip.
d. Allow to ferment for 7 to 14 days and squeeze out the juice.
e. Usage: Hog and livestock drink.
f. Dosage: 1 liter of FPJ to 1 drum (200 litters) of water or 1ml FPJ to 1 liter water.

7. LABS – Lactic Acid Bacterial Serum formulation

         (For Foliar Fertilizer or seedling drench)
a. Mix 1 kilo uncooked brown rice and or fresh milk with 1.5 liters water inside a jar.
b. Cover the jar with clean Manila paper and tie with rubber strip.
c. Allow to ferment for 7 to 14 days.
d. Usage: The juice can be used as soil conditioner or fertilizer.
e. Dosage: Mix 2 ml juice with 1 liter of water. (1 tbs. per gallon water).

8. OHN  – Oriental Herbal Nutrient formulation using GARLIC

        (For Foliar insect repellant and fungicide)
a. Mix 1 kilo clean ginger, crushed by stone of wood (no metal implement should be used), with 1 kilo muscovado sugar or molasses and place in a jar.
b. Pour in a bottle of gin, Ginebra San Miguel 40% proof.
c. Cover the mouth of the jar with a clean Manila paper and tie it with a rubber strip.
d. Allow to ferment for 7 to 14 days.
e. Usage: OHN is used as spray against insects and fungi.
f. Dosage: 3 ml OHN (garlic) mix with 1 liter of water. (1.5 tbs per gallon)

9. OHN  – Oriental Herbal Nutrient formulation using GINGER   

       (For foliar insect repellant and fungicide) 
a. Mix 1 kilo clean ginger, crushed by stone of wood (no metal implement should be used), with 1 kilo muscovado sugar or molasses and place in a jar.
b. Pour in a bottle of gin, Ginebra San Miguel 40% proof.
c. Cover the mouth of the jar with a clean Manila paper and tie it with a rubber strip.
d. Allow to ferment for 7 to 14 days.
e. Usage: OHN is used as spray against insects and fungi.
f. Dosage: 3 ml OHN (ginger) mix with 1 liter of water.(1.5 tbs. per gallon)

10. ST – Seed Treatment for germination


     Dosage and treatment of liquid formulations
0.2 % FPJ
0.2 % BRV (Brown Rice Vinegar) or Coconut vinegar.
0.2 % OHN (0.1 % OHN Garlic + 0.1 % OHN Ginger)
Mix the above formulations together with water.
How to use: Soak the seeds to be germinated for 4 to 8 hours. For slow germinating seeds, soak the seeds for a longer time. 

11. SW – Sea Water usage as spray for plants against diseases


Get sea water from the blue colored area or deep portion where water is clear and uncontaminated with land pollution. Mix 1 liter of seawater with 30 ml fresh water in a plastic container and let it stay for a duration of 2 days. The mixture can then be used as spray on disease infected plants. 
USAGE GUIDE: 
IMO –  For early vegetative growth.
FFJ –  For early vegetative stage.
FPJ –  For early vegetative stage.
FFAA – For late growth stage and bearing period.
SW – For late growth stage and bearing period.





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