Korean Natural Farming (KNF) takes advantage of indigenous microorganisms KNF also enables odor-free hog and poultry farming without the need to dispose of effluent.
(IMO) (bacteria, fungi, nematodes and protozoa) to produce fertile soils that yield high output without the use of herbicides or pesticides.
Resulting in improvement of soil health, improving loaminess, tilth and structure, and attracting large numbers of earthworms.
KNF makes use of IMOs to exploit the full potential of the ecosystem in which crops are grown.
Cho Han Kyu, or Cho Han-kyu, born in 1935 in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province, Korea, invented the Korean Natural Farming methods.
The fundamental insight of KNF is to strengthen the biological functions of every aspect of plant growth to increase productivity and nutrition.