Started by glenn kangiser, December 13, 2010, 12:10:42 PM
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QuoteMy mom has been into EMs for years. We give them to all of our animals, we drink em, clean with em... We even sell homemade EM soap: http://home-n-stead.com/soaps/index.html Good little buggies!
QuoteI am also glad to know that you are studying EM technology materials. At that night, I couldn't show you my compost piles and some of my pest repellent spray as they are stored in my another external hard disc. This technology was not well known among American gardeners. I think it might be due to some reasons:1) American scientists do not believe on that technology as composting can also be done with natural process with naturally grown beneficial microbes. However, in EM case, the process is more faster in the reaction process.2) The technology is originated in Japanese scientist, so that, the American scientist do not want to rely on this technology.However, I can say that it is really useful for my farm and very environmentally friendly. No side effects and no harmful to human. It is just a concentrate of natural beneficial microbes. You can learn various application methods in the materials. Here is the website of the US: http://www.emrojapan.com/examples/global-cases/north-and-south-america/unitedstatesofamerica.html
Quote from: glenn kangiser on December 13, 2010, 12:35:51 PMThought I should copy the chicken feed recipe from my cabin topic to here.Going through the EM notes accompanying the power point presentation.... for chickensGreen weeds salad with EM dressing for Chicken Ingredients:Green weeds 10 kgRice Bran 1.5 kgCommercial Feed 2.5 kgWater 5 LEM 50 ccMolasses 5 cc5 kg of green weeds such as morning glory (or any kind of green weeds) should be chopped into small pieces (1 cm x 1 cm).2.5 kg of commercial feed and 1.5 kg of rice bran are mixed with green weeds.50 cc of EM and 5 cc of Molasses are put into 5 L of water, and then mix well.Pour the liquid mixture into green weed, commercial feed, and rice bran mixture.Serve the green weeds salad with EM dressing to chicken.I have been wanting to make some of my own feed due to animals eating my chickens from any outside pen I put them in.
Quote from: glenn kangiser on December 14, 2010, 12:21:34 AMYup - we have both. Hey, Andrew - can you view the above power point presentations with your Mac?
QuotePart of EM Technology® involves making various concoctions with some of the products like EM•1® and EM® Ceramics. There are 4 basic recipes that are made: * EM Bokashi * Activated EM * EM5 * EM FPEIn this section we give you the basic recipes. Some of the ingredients can be substituted for other ingredients such as sawdust can be used in place of bran in the Bokashi recipe.
QuoteI am happy to hear about using EM technology. It is important to know some technical consideration before making Super Bokashi for animal feed. For example, if you make an EM instant solution, please do not use chlorinated water, just use drinking (bottle) water and clean containers. A gallon of EM can be made large volume of instant solution to make varieties of application.Kind regards,Myo