Is Korean Natural Farming Different?

Is Korean Natural Farming Different?

Find out in this translated excerpt from the Korean Natural Farming Handbook which explains why Korean Natural Farming relies on indigenous, rather than foreign, microorganisms. It talks about how they collect and propagate them, why they are so beneficial for the soil, and more.

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