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#167 Enjoying EM Technology While Enriching the Local Ecosystem

#167 Enjoying EM Technology While Enriching the Local Ecosystem
In Part of No. 162 of this series, I reported on the complete recovery of a pine tree over 200 years old at Wakoan in Kyoto, involving the steady application of the “EM technology that even beginners can use to restore the vigor of old trees and purify the environment” (See No. 161 of this series).

The Cultural Properties Protection Division of Kyoto City is fully convinced by these results, and is actively cooperating with the project to outreach as shown in the photo.
First, below is a report from Wakoan.
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“Mr. Kuroda from Wakoan gave a photo report and expressed his thanks to us.
Mr. K from U-net, Mr. A of EM Laboratory and the Kansai EM Promotion Association have been visiting the site and giving guidance on spraying EM and creating EM barrier techniques. They also used the opportunity to explain about how to implement EM technology and EM barrier technology with people from the city hall and members of association when they had gatherings at Wakoan.
Everyone is happy to see not only the pine tree doing so well, but also tangerine and yuzu trees, which are heavy with fruit.”


Photo 1: White Senryo (Sarcandra glabra) with clusters of small berries 



Photo 2: Nandina with clusters of red berries



Photo 3 & 4: The tangerine tree is loaded with fruit

 
Photo 5& 6: Gardenia (left) and Yuzu (right) are loaded with fruit.



Photo 7 & 8: Cultural Property Protection Division’s “Irodori” Event, with 25 participants

 
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These achievements can create one wonderful result after another. The methods shown in No. 161 of this series can be implemented immediately by beginners. After that, we can learn how to make activated EM and use it on a daily basis to thoroughly enjoy having an EM-centered lifestyle.

The result is as if you won the “lottery of life,” as you live a disease-free lifestyle, with rehabilitation effects significantly improved as well. 

If the berries of the white senryo and nandina, and the fruits of gardenias shown in this photo report can be soaked in shochu liquor or sake, it will quickly turn into a medicinal alcoholic beverage in about six months. The longer you let it sit, the more potent it becomes, and it is even more effective if you add a EM・X GOLD at about a 1/1000 ratio.

Tangerine and yuzu peels grown with EM have an antioxidant power like the best medicines and can be used to make purees and jams that are extremely healthful.

About once a month carefully spread shredded weeds and pruned branches around the tree and apply undiluted activated EM on top of them until the whole area is lightly moistened.

Fruit trees with yellow leaves due to excessive fruit become “worn out,” and the next year will be an off year with a reduced crop. In cases like this, apply 1 to 2 kg of Bokashi per 1m2 and spray a lightly moistened amount of undiluted activated EM to restore the tree’s vigor and produce a stable yearly fruit crop. 

By thoroughly using EM for gardens and plants around you, you can create a space full of what is commonly referred to as negative ions, which will have the same therapeutic effect as walking near a beautiful waterfall or so-called “forest bathing,” walking in a mountain forest.

Rainwater easily permeates underground, reviving plants, cleansing the air and the groundwater. As this kind of plant management in residential areas spreads, people will have closer, more intimate interactions, leading to a number of social benefits including a reduction in crime.

The Wakoan as shown in this photo report gives people a sense of affluence (happiness) and peace of mind. And if this method spreads even further, it will improve the new natural power of the city as a whole.

As this natural power increases, there will be a richer diversity of all living things, including insects and wild birds, and the ecosystem of the entire region will be enriched as well.

Activities such as “Irodori,” as shown in Photo 7, which the city’s Cultural Properties Protection Division is taking the lead in promoting, will directly enhance the value of the ancient capital of Kyoto. We eagerly look forward to future developments.

(December 13, 2021)





 
Courtesy of Ecopure

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