Good morning. JADAM’s Younsang Cho leading the ultra-low cost agriculture. Today, how do you plan fertilization of N, P, K, and Ca, which are all difficult in agriculture? I will explain fertilization design for Organic Agriculture The more you study about agriculture,
I often say that farming becomes more and more difficult. Not learning agriculture in terms of the overall nutritional balance needed for crops, For Nourishing the roots, promoting flowering, promoting pigmentation, fruit bloating, and promoting growth. You learning agriculture in a partially complementary way. This may have been intentionally created by agricultural companies. To be good at fertilization design of N, P, K, Ca I would say it’s better to forget N, P, K, and Ca. Do you think that you need a lot of nitrogen(N) for nutrient growth after planting your crops? Next, do you think that phosphoric(P) is needed for flowering and fruit? Next , Need potassium (K) for the fruit to grow? Next, do you think you need calcium to ripen of fruit? How to input nutrition by separating crop growing processes. Do you think this is a scientific fertilization design? But if you trust in a technology like this one, Fertilization design of crops cannot be done easily. When did this fertilization technology come about?
Why was this technology born? Is it the original technology?
It’s a technology that’s not in nature. I think this technology is a fertilizer design made by chemical fertilizer companies to promote the use of chemical fertilizers. It’s a technology that’s been engineered to make a profit from a chemical fertilizer company. Who dominates the agricultural technology we are currently learning? I think chemical fertilizer companies dominate agricultural technology worldwide. Current agricultural technology is not a technology for agriculture and farmers. Agricultural techniques to increase the use of chemical fertilizers dominate agricultural technology today. Chemical fertilizers help increase your short-term productivity. However, due to the continuous use of chemical fertilizers, soil pollution and water pollution are getting worse. The microbial ecosystem of the soil is also seriously destroyed. Many papers and articles are already available to prove this. As I traveled around the world, I confirmed it with the naked eye. There is so much land that large corporations have been farming for decades on a large scale. Agriculture based on chemical fertilizers and chemical pesticides is not sustainable. Many people think that crops can’t grow much without chemical fertilizers. Absolutely not. I grow 60 kinds of produce on JADAM farms every year, proving that farming works well without chemical fertilizers. Rather, yields are higher than for ordinary produce. This is 14 varieties of tomatoes grown in open fields and houses. This is red pepper grown in the open field. It grows much larger than the open peppers that use chemical fertilizers. I will explain how to balance N, P, K, and Ca optimized for crops. Don’t try to learn through books or YouTube, but ask nature first. Nature is a senior for agriculture.
JADAM farming is based on the nature’s principle. All trees selectively receive nutrients in the soil through their roots. The nutrients selectively absorbed in the soil become the trunks and leaves of the trees, These fall on the soil and continue to accumulate. This process is repeated year after year. As time passes, nutrients selectively extracted from the soil in the basement accumulate on the topsoil. Through this repetitive process, without any nutrition from outside, Optimized nutritional balance is completed for each type of tree. Nature completes its own optimal N, P, K, and Ca balance without any help from the outside. Over time, nutrition is more optimized for each tree. Nutrition is more and more optimized, so trees do not age after thousands of years. This is a 5,000 year old tree. Some trees are 7,200 years old. This is a community of trees about 80,000 years old. How do these trees complete the nutritional balance optimized for them? When you’re curious about agricultural technology, you ask nature the answer and follow the nature’s way. Nature self-sustains compost. The result is amazing. Naturally, soil nutrition is optimized for trees. So the tree does not age. Surprisingly, Nature shows the farming of eternal life. In addition, there is no crop rotation in nature. In general farming techniques, crop rotation is the basis, but nature is not. Crops residues are broken down to nourish the crops. There is no better nutrition than this one. Natural farming is doing better without crop rotation. This is how to put the residue of pepper back into the furrow. Then farming works very well without crop rotation. Add sea water or sea salt here. The residue of red pepper in the soil is decomposed and becomes the best nutrition for the red pepper. It is argued that putting residues of crops into the soil can lead to illness, but this is completely bullshit. Never happens like that On the contrary, if the residue is continuously fed like nature, farming is much better. Everyone! We now need to get out of the way N, P, K, and Ca are separated by growth cycles. If you deviate from this approach, agriculture becomes very easy. Most farmers are obsessed with the technique of adding and subtracting N, P, K, Ca, Mg, and B for perfect farming. They imagine this will be the perfect technology. The technology to control N, P, K, Ca, Mg and B is very difficult. To be honest, it’s a skill that even the professionals who teach this method are difficult. Everyone, look at the right side of this picture and you can see wild grass growing well. Is this wild grass balanced with N, P, K, and Ca? N, P, K, and Ca were well balanced, so they would grow well. How about using this wild grass as the compost? This completes the fertilization design, which is close to the optimum nutritional balance desired by the crop. It’s a very easy way to balance N, P, K, and Ca for crops. All the principles of agricultural technology are in nature. The best compost is the residue of the crop. And if you repeat growing and cutting various grasses, the organic matter are very rich in the soil. This is useful for fruit growing. However, when conditions were not available You can use the manure of livestock, which eats grass mainly. If you can’t choose this either, use compost with less than 35% livestock manure. I use this compost made of manure and sawdust as compost when growing crops. Like nature, don’t rely on the outside for composting as much as possible. When cultivated with rye in orchards, organic matter is produced at 20 tons per 0.25ac. hairy vetch produce 17 tons of organic matter per 0.25ac. You can also use Chinese milk vetch, rapeseed, etc., which do not freeze in winter. Fortunately, Korea is supporting seeds for herbivorous cultivation. You can apply at the competent authority by December 15 every year. In the case of the green house, how do you produce compost? Sudan glass is planted for 30 days and used as compost. Sudan Glass covers more than 80% of your compost. And you can add it to commercial compost. If you run out of compost, you can add more liquid fertilizer. Liquid fertilizer manufacturing will be described in detail next time. The key to a good balance between N, P, K, and Ca is not that complicated. The core technology of fertilization design, constantly fill with crop-like. This will automatically realize the N, P, K, and Ca balance optimized for the crop. The advantages of sod culture, which is based on composting wild grass, are high sugar content and high yield. And don’t make the mistake of fertilization design. It doesn’t cost much. As you can see in the picture,
Wild glass is deeply rooted. So rich in organic matter even deep in the soil. Wild glass take root into the ground beyond their size. As time goes by, the roots go deeper, creating soil rich in organic matter to the depths of the soil. There are solutions in nature, how to design fertilizers for N, P, K, and Ca. Farming is easy if you follow the principles of nature. I grow almost all my own produce with no chemical fertilizers. This is my book about JADAM organic farming. It will help you a lot. Another is a book about wild grasses used in pesticides. Some books are translated into English and Spanish. Sold on Amazon worldwide. If you search for organic farming on Amazon, you’ll find over 2,000 books. My book is ranked second. At JADAM Daejeon Superintendent, every month Specialty pesticide courses will be held. Many are participating in JADAM courses. Attending classes will help you understand organic farming very easily. The trainees will be issued a wonderful certificate and included in the frame. My farming is now almost finished and I have some time to spare. I will make various articles and upload them to YouTube. High-cost farming can no longer be sustained. Ultra-low cost agriculture is creating a new vision for agriculture. Free Trade Agreements(FTA) between countries result in zero tariffs on agricultural products. Price competition will intensify. The economy will continue to sustain low growth, and the population is shrinking. The demand for agricultural products will not expand in the future. It is even harder to get high prices in the produce market. Ultra-low cost agriculture, which dramatically reduces the cost of agriculture, is the hope of agriculture.