Tama po sir. Natural farming is easy, economical, and more importantly, it maintains the balance in our ecosystem. Masarap din po sa pakiramdam na makatulong kahit sa mga ganitong paraan lang lalo na sa mga kaibigan nating farmers na hirap na hirap sa pagsasaka gawa ng commercialization.
@sir wagner72 / hhardller / ronski
You are always welcome sir. Tayo tayo lang din naman po ang magtutulungan eh. hehehe.
Basically, sa seminars ni Doc. Andry, yan ung mga primary topics/modules.
Q: Sa natural poultry farming step 1…what is meant by “broken rice”?
A: Broken rice = binlid / binlud / rice grits / durog na piraso ng mga giniling na bigas.
Q: Also what is meant by “FFP” that will be mixed with rice bran mixture?
A: I thinks it's a typo error. It should be FFJ/FPJ sludge.
Q: Sa natural poultry farming step 2…what is the liquid to be added to the rice bran?
A: Step 2 is the detailed explanation of step 1, the liquid is FFJ, FPJ, and LABS
Q: Sa natural poultry farming step 4…what is the ratio of mixing of the result of step3 to the soil?
A: Di pa po namin to nasubukan, i'll be asking sir andry regarding this step in his upcoming seminar in davao city.
Q: Is the soil to be used pertains to any kind of soil in the farm?
A: Soil rich in microorganisms is the best / IMO 4
Q: Why mix with soil?
A: Fresh/healthy soil contains a lot of humus. Humus is the rich, sticky, yet crumbly substance found in
healthy soil that is the world’s greatest resource. Also, this humus is the home of beneficial microorganisms which are the ones we are culturing/reproducing when we make IMOs.
Q: Is it a required ingredient in making feeds to be given to poultry?
A: It's not a requirement but you may mix it for economical reasons in addition to the answer in the question above.
Q: Can it also be given to pigs?
Q: Sa FAA (fish amino acids) There were 3 kinds of materials discussed to be used namely, fish, kuhol/eggs, animal bones…..Can all 3 be mixed together in making the concoction or each one of them be used in their respective concoctions.
A: I would suggest that you separate them as they have their respective applications.
Q: Also why spray only to the soil and not to the leaves of the plants?
A: In NF, the principle is always "Feed the soil, and the soil will feed the plant"