KNF(Korean Natural Farming)

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    parry willis New Member

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    Wondering if there is a community at large in the north that practice KNF. I have been learning about it over the course of the last year and a bit, and have been employing some of the methods taught by master Cho.

    IMO(Indigenous Micro Organisms). OHN(Oriental Herbal Nutrient). FPJ(Fermented Plant Juice).FFJ(Fermented Flower Juice). To name a few

    anywhom, lets talk. learn. and grow together. regenerative agriculture for the win.
     
  2. Michael F

    Michael F Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    Seems to be mainly a device to create new TLA (Three Letter Acronyms)? :-)

    (sorry, couldn't resist!!)
     
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    Ah, didn't take long to be found out. I was bored yesterday and decided to make some garden variety alphabet soup!!
     
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    to exemplify
    Pictures of collection of IMO1, done completely indoors. Collected from compost. As well I included a photo of the resulting IMO2.
     

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    I also cultured some Lactic Acid Bacteria recently. I have been using it both as a foliar spray and soil drench. We can expand on the benefits of if anyone’s interested.
     

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