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The fundamental insight of KNF is to strengthen the biological functions of each aspect of plant growth in order to increase the productivity and nutrition. Biology thereby reduces or eliminates the need for chemical interventions, whether to protect against predation or competition with other plants. For example, the metabolism of indigenous microorganisms (IMOs) produces complete proteins, while insects prefer incomplete proteins.

KNF avoids the use of manure, thereby reducing the chance of transferring pathogens from the manure back into the food production chain, although in nitrogen-poor conditions adding manure can increase yield.

  • Use the nutrients contained within the seeds
  • Use indigenous microorganisms (IMO)
  • Maximize inborn potential with fewer inputs
  • Avoid commercial fertilizers
  • Avoid tilling
  • No use of livestock-waste

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  2. Available on iOS and Android Calculate the exact amount of solutions needed to make Soil, Seed, Leaf, Flowering, and Fruiting Formulas with this simple app!
  3. Tutorials and Forum Access to Books and App KNF Training CourseYou can get Level 1 certified by watching this video series and registering with theKNF Certification Organizationonline. Further levels of certification require hands-on participation and validation by accredited instructors.
  4. University of Hawaii CTAHR - Research Papers How to cultivate Indigenous Micro Organisms [BIO-9]2008 Natural Farming: Fermented Plant Juice [SA-7] Natural Farming: Lactic Acid Bacteria [SA-8] Natural Farming: Diluted Seawater [SA-9] Natural Farming: Water Soluble Calcium [SA-10] Natural Farming:...
  5. Korean Natural Farming student and teacher documenting the wisdom and teachings of KNF. Many how to videos, tours and demonstration farms are shown as i travel around the world. Natural farming uses indigenous micro organisms to bring balance to food production and maintain living soil. Many...
  6. JADAM is a group of organic farmers that was established in 1991 by Youngsang Cho. JADAM’s activities are based on its website www.JADAM.kr and has nearly 75,000 members as of March 2020. The objective of JADAM is to bring farming back to the farmers; to restore the farmers’ sovereignty in...
  7. What is Korean Natural Farming? Korean Natural Farming (KNF) is a modern natural farming practice that merges ancient Eastern sustainability with efficient Western scientific production to result in phenomenal growth in every climate worldwide. At its core, KNF is apartnership with indigenous...
  8. South Asia Rural Reconstruction Association (SARRA) Bangalore, had an extraordinary opportunity to work with Dr. Cho Han Kyu of South Korea from 2006 onwards. Unlike the main stream agriculture scientists, Dr. Cho was able to think out of the Box. Even as a final year graduate student of...
  9. A. Keliikuli, K. Smith,Y. Li,and C.N. Lee, February, 2019. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawai'i. Korean natural farming is a self-sufficient farming system that involves the culturing of indigenous microorganisms (IMO) – bacteria, fungi, nematodes, and...
  10. Sherri A. Miller1 , David M. Ikeda1 , Eric Weinert, Jr.1 , Kim C.S. Chang1 , Joseph M. McGinn1 , Cheyanne Keliihoomalu2 , and Michael W. DuPonte2 Hawai‘i is heavily dependent on imported food to feed its residents and visitors; moreover, conventional agricultural production in the state also...

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