- Costa Rica(3)
- New Zealand(1)
- Republic of Korea (South Korea)(1)
- Russian Federation(3)
- South Africa(1)
- Sri Lanka(2)
- United Arab Emirates(1)
- United States of America(2)
EM Technologies in Kenya manages a model farm where they grow EM vegetables and fruits.
Since 2016, EM Technologies donates EM vegetables and EM fruits grown on their farm to an AIDS orphan home.
Currently, 30 children who lost their parents with HIV are living in this Center. more
A very successful case in Brazil of EM application to 200,000 Hectares farm.
It reduces costs.
It keeps soil healthy.
It keeps yield.
It is safe, easy to use and low cost.
It is sustainable!
A dry cleaning shop that has found the power of natural soap and EM, and provide laundry service that is people and environmentally friendly. more
EM started as a measure against serious disease outbreak called White Spot Disease in Ecuador in 1999. Damages devastated approximately 50% of total shrimp production. EM farmers have totally controlled the relevant disease. more
EM Sunshine Farm was naturally, an abandoned land full of concrete debris and garbage that spoiled the soil.
In 2011 EMRO has started managing this waste land to convert it into a totally no chemical use natural farm with the application of EM Technology.
Kitchen waste from the EM Wellness Resort Costa Vista Okinawa Hotel & Spa is collected to make EM compost and EM feed to be used at the farm.
Meanwhile, harvest from the EM Sunshine Farm is delivered to the Costa Vista Okinawa Hotel restaurant.
This orange farm from Peru has used EM Technlogy for irrigation and foliar applications. They don’t use chemical fertilizer but apply EM-fermented liquid fertilizer. After the 6 years of keeping the use of EM, the orange harvest increased to 90 tons per ha. Let’s check out their secrets. more
In 2002 EM Research Organization purchased a hotel to renovate by using EM Technology. The hotel buildings were so damaged that the remodel was considered unrealistic. However, it turned to be a huge success. This surprised people because the hotel used to be called one of the 'ghost' hotels in mid Okinawa. more
One of the hospitals referred to Low cost, eco-friendly, deodorant, and catalyst for healthy environment in- and out of the hospitals as the reasons why they keep using EM. This is a good example of EM life where you use EM abundantly everywhere from toilets to rooms and gardens. Through water path and drainage, sewage is treated by EM. Therefore, it is eco-friendly. more
The beginning of the story goes this...an employee of Japan Railway East tried using EM for suppressing odors of garbage. Today the company has applied EM for keeping their garbage separation station odor-less. EM has been used also for cleaning shinkansen both inside and outside. What is the detail of effect? Is it cost efficient to use EM? more
Olives grown with passion and EM give high quality fruits to produce delicious and healthy oil. more
Costales family runs a farm growing food and farming in- and out of water in south of Manila, Philippines. Their style is nature farming, which was awarded by the president in 2012. Farming was not the only business of theirs. They hold workshops to spread EM Technology use in the neighborhood.
This paper explains EM application in a large-scale soybean farm and lists the effects. It shows a cost-performance per ha to apply EM Technology in soybean farming. The effects (e.g., improving the soil, preventing the seed from having pathogens) are included many enough to support the value of applying the technology. more