When farming began on the Korean Peninsula millennia ago, everyone used organic farm inputs. Our ancestors understood that as crops grew, nutrients were being pulled from the soil and would need to be replaced. The inputs they used to replace; this nutrients-grass, food scraps, animal and human manure-were the basis of farming before the introduction of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. What our ancestors used for farming were things readily available and cheap-and of course - they were all " organic."
The three principles of JADAM's input-making are:
● Anaerobic (instead of aerobic)
● Water and leaf mold soil (instead of sugar and molasses)
● Ambient temperature (instead of using heaters)
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