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Korean Natural Farming Lacto Bacillus

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Korean Natural Farming Lacto Bacillus
Korean Natural Farming Lacto Bacillus
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How to capture, cultivate, preserve, and use Lactic Acid Bacteria - IMO - using the techniques of Korean Natural Farming. Using materials readily at home or off of the grocery store shelf I will demonstrate step by step the process. Lactic acid bacteria is an excellent natural digester of organic matter, recycler of nutrients, foul odor arrestor, suppressant of pathogens in the soil and on plant surfaces. It is a naturally occurring, indigenous, non-GMO, organic microbe. There are several sources that describe in writing and pictures how to do the process; however, I have not found one video that shows step by step the "How and Why" of making your own Lacto. Many thanks to the teachers whom I have never met (Master Cho - Cho Global Natural Farming, Mr Gil Carandang of Herbana Farms - Philippines, Mrs. Kim C.S. Chang and Dr Hoon Park, MD -retired - Hawaii). Their writings have allowed me to learn, use, and now show you all the technique. I hope you enjoy!
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