05. June 2012 · Comments Off on SEPA will hold a forum about Sustainable Agriculture and Regeneration of Environment‏ · Categories: News & Updates

SEPA will hold a forum about Sustainable Agriculture and Regeneration of Environment‏ on 7th Jun 2012, 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm at Kampung Nelayan, Puteri VIP Room, Bukit Padang.

The speaker Mr Hisanori Asami is the Regional Manager of Asia Pacific, EMRO (EM research Organization) based in Bangkok Thailand.

He holds a Master of Science degree in Horticulture from University of Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan.

Mr. Hisanori Asami is a student of Dr. Teruo Higa. Dr. Teruo Higa discovered EM and developed EM technology for sustainable agriculture and environment conservation.

The public is invited to attend this forum for free and learn from Mr Hisanori Asami on his experience in promoting the EM technology in farming.

His effort to promote EM technology has been a success especially in Thailand where it has been given recognition by the Thai government.

The success of this technology is spreading among the neighboring countries around Southeast Asia such as Malaysia, Philippine and Indonesia.

Mr Hisanori Asami’s visit to Sabah is a good opportunity for the local farmers and planters to learn and adapt this technology to keep our environment safe and sustainable.

SEPA would like to thank Silverrado Corporation Sdn Bhd for sponsoring the event location and refreshments during the forum.

Please confirm your attendance at FB event page at link – FORUM : Sustainable Agriculture and Regeneration of Environment

Backstory of EM Technology

EM™ is a coined from the words “Effective Microorganisms™” by Professor Dr. Teruo Higa, who developed EM™. EM™ consists of a wide variety of effective, beneficial and non-pathogenic microorganisms produced through a natural process and not chemically synthesized or genetically engineered. It comes in a liquid form.

EM™ has a broad application. EM™ has no adverse effects on and is beneficial to plants, animals, and humans. Very simply put, EM™ lives off our waste while we live off “their waste”. Their waste simply translates to a healthy environment for us in which EM™ becomes inactivated, therefore, a mutual existence can be had. EM™ only creates the condition for best results, that is, the users should nurture the condition and provide the resources for EM™ to perform optimally. Microorganisms exist naturally throughout the environment from rock crevices to our internal organs. In our present day environment, putrefactive microorganisms, those types responsible for the rotting of organic matter to maladies in organisms, dominate much of the sphere of the microorganisms.

EM™ has the potential, given the conditions, to suppress the putrefactive microorganisms and dominate this sphere and creates re-animated surroundings, that is, organics are transformed through the process of fermentation as opposed to putrefaction, and living organisms, as well as, inorganic materials are enabled with the means to impede deterioration. Deterioration is here meant the activity of active oxygen or free-radicals through which organisms degenerate and inorganic materials corrode, as in iron rusting. EM™ can thus, also, be considered as an antioxidant.

Source: http://www.emrojapan.com/about-em/about-em.html


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