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Sustainable Agriculture (SA/SusAg) emerging new science in composting or organic fertilizer production
by Vic I Tagupa - Wednesday, 1 February 2012, 10:19 AM
 
The new science of composting is microbes-crop specific formulation. For annual crops, this requires Bacterial-based composting while Fungal-based composting for perrenial crops. The specific ratio of ingredients in composting relative to the type of target crops changes. With this process, it is hope that the microbial diverse functions produced healthy organic fertilizers - enhance soil ecosystem's self regulation to suppress favorable soil environment for the emergence of pests and diseases and synergestic releases of minerals, vitamins, growth hormones, antibiotics and energy among others.
Me at the middle. Female australian and Local guy attended PeacePond's Organic farming workshop
Re: Sustainable Agriculture (SA/SusAg) emerging new science in composting or organic fertilizer production
by jet orbida - Monday, 9 April 2012, 05:45 AM
 

good day, sir. i am jet orbida from negros occidental. i am not an agri expert.in fact, i am a semi-retired broadcast journalist/tv news producer. now, i am a struggling farmer here in binalbagan, negros occidental. i need a lot of help in this new venture of mine.

if it's okay with you, i'd like to ask "what's the difference between BACTERIAL BASED AND FUNGUS BASED COMPOSTINGS?

correct me if i'm wrong. vermicompost and simple composting (as in mixing all biodegradable and letting them breakdon=wn to small particles ont ehir own)-that's bacterial composting?

fungus based is when you add water with fungus cultured by a certain laboratory? our provl agri ofc showed me these fungus cultured in their lab.

what's the difference between the two? and what's the most effective, efficient and shorter time consumed?

thank you, sir.

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