How to Switch to an Organic Farming System

Authentic organic agriculture is the key to unlocking soils’ highest potential with the use of oxidized lignite (Leonardite). It was named after the geologist discoverer Dr. Leonard, hence Leonardite. It is classified as a super compost as it was underneath the ground for thousands of years when it was formed. In comparison with a man-made compost which takes months, what makes super compost “super” is due to the length of time it takes for nature to make it.

Lignite are complex natural organic compounds that are formed in the soils from plant and animal residues by a process of humification. It is a complex aggregate of brown to dark colored amorphous substances which have originated from the decomposition of plant and animal residues by microorganisms. It contains nutrients such as nitrates, potassium, zinc, phosphates and copper that plants need to be healthy and resilient, and without which the plants will not flourish.

This appeared without a byline in Agriculture Monthly’s January 2018 issue. 

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    1. Good day,
      I retired as Master Mariner ( Captain ) in 2011, and since then i am rice farmer, using vermi compost in my 20 hectares ricefarm, i would like to apply in TESDA to learn more about Organic farming and eventuly be a certified organic farmer. i am seeking the asistant of TESDA in this respect could you
      FYI, i have DTI regestered Farm and farm equipment rental and supplies and willing to expand.

      Kind regards
      Capt. Edilberto D. Faner

      1. Good day, Capt! Please contact TESDA and the ATI for information as they’ll be able to answer your concerns. Thank you!

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