Indigenous Microorganisms – A Guide

Indigenous Microorganisms – A Guide

Indigenous Microorganisms (IMO for short) are organisms that are found locally in your soil near the edge of the woods and leading into the woods. It’s the network that helps plants communicate, helps take up nutrients from the soil, and even helps break down organic/carbonous materials. This makes everything available that the crops need. You can collect and use IMO for yourself, using it in your own garden, or even building large pots and raised garden beds. This is to explain the process of not only gathering your own IMO, but the reasons why you want to. Indigenous Microorganisms have an affinity to thrive and survive. There’s nothing artificial about these guys. When you gather them, they will help in many areas. They will help with the decomposition of organic matter. This is extremely beneficial when you’re creating mounds of compost. When applied correctly, the compost pile will, well, compost at a much faster rate than it would take using traditional methods. This also has the added benefit of adding a mycelial network to the compost as well. This means that if you use it for outdoor farming use, it will allow the plants to communicate with each other, allowing for more optimal growth. These organisms also have a fantastic ability to heal the landscape around them. Making this an extremely beneficial source to farmers around the world. They do many other things as well, including, but not limited to, water retention, eliminating greenhouse gasses such as methane, and even reducing or suppressing disease. There’s so much that IMO does; listing them here would take too long. So, how do you get this for your garden? How to Gather IMO To start, you want to make a pot of rice. But you don’t want to cook the rice fully. You…

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