What are EM’s? Where did EM originate? What are their effects? What are their applications? How to apply EM and what to expect.
What are EM’s?
- Effective (beneficial ) naturally occurring aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms
- They live in a symbiotic relationship with one another
- They live in coexistence and co-prosperity – so they can eat
many kinds of food and circulate food for their own existence
In this formulation they are more dominating than most other
micro-organisms and eliminate harmful microorganisms
- EM prevents putrefaction, wherever it is applied to and
changes the environment in soil, water, intestines, blood…
Through this there is no space for sickness inducing microbes.
- Their medium ideally has a pH below 3.7
The basics of EM came from Japan. The same families of beneficial microorganisms are joining in through the air, water and other materials, which are produced in South Africa and through the multiplication process at the site.
Effective Microorganisms Include:
- Actinomycetes (e.g. streptomyces griseus)
- Photosynthetic bacteria (e.g. rhodopseudomonas palustris)
- Fermenting fungi (e.g. mucor hiemalis)
- Yeasts (e.g. sacchoromyces cerevisine)
- Lactic acid bacteria (e.g.lactobacillus casei, streptococcus lactis)