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Study on Bioremediation of Water Contamination Caused by Nargis

On 2 and 3 May 2008, Cyclone Nargis struck the coast of Myanmar and moved inland across the Ayeyarwady Delta and southern Yangon Division, causing many deaths, destroying livelihoods, and disrupting economic activities and social conditions. Apart from these catastrophic disasters, the cyclone left the Delta with losses of natural habitats and environmental pollution. In order to solve these problems,

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Effect of EM on Rice Production and Methane Emission from Paddy Fields in Malaysia

There is growing interest worldwide in alternative agricultural practices that can help farmers reduce their dependence on chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The excessive use and misuse of these synthetic chemicals have raised serious questions about their adverse effects on human health, soil quality and the environment. Proper and regular additions of organic amendments (i.e:, crop residues, animal manures, agricultural

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EM-X

Based on 15 years of research in Japan, EM-X is a revolutionary nutritional supplement that everyone can benefit from, especially those consuming processed foods or exposed to germs, toxins or stress. It is made through a unique fermentation process using

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EMTeacher’s Manual

The EM Bokashi Network is a world-wide grassroots movement aimed at promoting community recycling and gardening through the use of EM (Effective Microorganisms™). Inspired by Dr. Teruo Higa, discoverer of EM, this network has its roots in Japan, where over one million people are

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THE TECHNOLOGY OF EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISMS – CONCEPT AND PHILOSOPHY

The concept and technology of Effective Microorganisms (EM) was developed by Professor Dr. Teruo Higa, at the University of Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan in 1970s. The fundamental principle of this technology was the introduction of a group of beneficial microorganisms to improve the soil

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Effective Micro-organisms Limited

EM is the abbreviation for Effective Micro-Organisms. EM is a combination of useful regenerated micro-organisms that exist freely in nature and are not manipulated in any way. This mixture increases the natural resistance of soil, plants, water, humans, and animals.

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Composting with EM•1

Composting is an environmentally conscious method of creating a valuable product out of organic wastes. At present, the fundamental challenge composting facilities face is in properly aerating the piles. Using conventional composting methods, piles must be turned frequently,

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