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NOTS – Korean Natural Farming Training with Chris Trump

NOTS are delighted to be part-funding a 5-day Korean Natural Farming intensive training course in Ireland in summer 2024. Taught by Natural Farming pioneer Chris Trump alongside host farmer Tom Stack, this will be a 5-day intensive training programme in person in south Limerick. The course will take place on-site on the farm of Tom Stack in South Limerick from June 24th – 28th, 2024.

Chris Trump will share his knowledge about the Korean Natural Farming technology, technique, and philosophies across 5 days, including tips to increase your profits and improve your sustainability. Participants will save more than €350 on the full course price when you come through NOTS.

Course Information:

  • Dates: Monday June 24th – Friday June 28th, 2024
  • Time: 9.00am to 4.00pm each day
  • Venue: Ballyagran, Co Limerick (on-farm sessions)
  • Trainers: Chris Trump & Tom Stack
  • Cost: €600 when you sign up through NOTS. This is a massive €350 reduction on the full course price

The training balances wonderfully between classroom and hands-on learning/instruction. There is even a half-day of introduction to microscopy so you have the skills to assess your own samples under a microscope.

Inputs / Topics Covered:

  • FPJ (Fermented Plant Juice)
  • FFJ (Fermented Fruit Juice)
  • OHN (Oriental Herbal Nutrient)
  • IMO1-5 (Indigenous Micro-Organism types 1-5)
  • LAB (Lactic Acid Bacteria)
  • FAA (Fish Amino Acid)
  • liquid IMO (Liquid Indigenous Micro Organism)
  • WCA (Water Soluble Calcium)
  • WCAP (Water Soluble Calcium Phosphate)

Solutions & Techniques

  • Type1-4 changeover
  • Fermented seawater
  • Nutritive Cycle theory and practical application
  • Microscopy hands-on introduction
  • Selection technique for locally sourcing your supplies
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