- Costa Rica(2)
- New Zealand(1)
- Russian Federation(1)
- South Africa(1)
- Sri Lanka(2)
- United States of America(1)
Thuy Thien Nhu Farm in Vietnam is a cyclic sustainable farm applying EM Technology for growing pigs, chicken, vegetables and fruits.
Pigs and chicken are grown with selected EM fermented feed and manure is completely reused to make compost for vegetables and fruits cultivation.
Their products are highly trusted by Vietnamese consumers and were awarded with the "2017 Trust and Use Award". more
Súper Flor is a company in Chile dedicated to gerbera flower production for more than 16 years (at 2017). Applying EM Technology, they reached bigger flowers with vivid colors. Further, production increased in 45% while cost has been reduced in 75%. more
Nematode,Fusarium and Phytophthora are disease becoming resistant year by year against nematocides and chemical products.See how this tomato farm found the solution. more
Saraburi Kyusei Nature Farming Training Center in Thailand organizes training programs to extend Nature Farming and EM Technology.
They also offers workshops to support national project in promoting healthy farming.
It also has a training and demonstration model farm exclusively for Nature Farming using EM Technology. more
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
In Funao Town, the town government and the residents cooperate to make their lives more sustainable. Kitchen waste is collected from each household and is made into high quality fertilizer using EM Bokashi. 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
Nozomi no Sato (House of Hope in Japanese) is a NPO group which uses EM Technology to recycle organic wastes. It is also a home for disabled people who learn social and work skills through contributing to the recycle programs. Let's hear the story from House of Hope. more
`There is no waste at the farm.` According to Tanabe Farm, the production of bananas is cyclic. For soil conditioning, EM Bokashi is used. The compost is used for growing bananas. No chemical fertilizer and pesticide is used, while applying Activated EM・1. Moreover, the bananas are wrapped in bags to keep insects away. As if they were raring child, Tanabe Farm grows their bananas. Furthermore, the bananas are available in Japan.
There is a city called Cajica in Colombia where environmental problems became serious which they believe stem from precarious community-management of household wastes. The city’s catholic organization called FUNDASES decided to improve the situation with 55000 residents in the city. Through their educational programs and training, children and adults learned how to make wastes compost with EM Technology for soil conditioning.
Students at University of Canterbury, New Zealand decided to recycle the food waste for compost in 2010. The recycling process was set up from putting the food wastes into wheelie bins to fermenting the mixture of the wastes and EM Bokashi to using for soil treatment.
Driving to the west… far away from Madrid Spain, Mr. Julio’s olive farm spurs the travelers to have an afternoon break. The farm owner grows 2000-3000 olive trees surrounded by a unique array of herbs such as rosemary and lavender. This partially contributes to the quality and taste of his olive oil ‘Ecolibor’. Another factor, which is very unique in farming, is spraying EM-treated compost tea on olive trees. more