So EMs....

EM is a metabiotic (where each organism creates favorable conditions for the growth of the other) and antioxidative microbial technology generically known as also known generically as effective microorganisms,and over a dozen other names -- and its uses in many fields, including agriculture, waste remediation, odor control, and human and animal health. It is likely safe to say that the single largest area of EM utility is in farming (agriculture), and even more so within the realms of organic farming, sustainable farming, grass-fed farming and so-called beyond-organic, uber-organic, super-organic or biological farming. However, EM has also found applications in waste treatment, waste water treatment, toxic waste remediation, remediation of polluted waterways, human and animal health, protecting building materials (architects call EM "building friendly"), and in many other diverse areas as well. The member species of organisms in the consortium belong to any of several families and several genera. The individual microorganisms found in EM are all fully natural (EM is certified as an organic farming product), are commonly found worldwide in soil and ponds and even on many leaves and other surfaces in nature and are commonly found almost everywhere in nature (but not often in the quantity, balance or relationship as found in EM. Dr. Higa eventually wrote about EM and the varied uses for it in his book An Earth Saving Revolution Above is our "pesticide " EM. It consists of sugar,soil from our yard,oregano,garlic, and chili peppers...yummy stuff! This one is kind of like fertilizer for our flowers and fruits..... made with flowers and fruits.

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