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MASHUMUS EN MEXICO : Productores y técnicos de la empresa Citrofrut, aprenden a producir sus bio-insumos



















Termina el curso La Nueva Biofertilidad





Updated on Monday
December 22, 2014









Productores y técnicos de la empresa Citrofrut, México, aprenden a producir sus bio-insumos para regenerar sus suelos y ser más productivos









Preparando trampas para capturar microorganismos nativos









En un ratito están listas






Probando la temperatua del montón de bocashi







Un productor toma muestras de suelo para hacer sus propios análisis con cromatografía








Eugenio explica como hacer un lactobiol







En el laboratorio de cromatografía cada participante hace sus cromatogramas






Volteando la pila de bocashi








Los cromas empiezan a revelarse









La mejor forma de aprender es haciendo







Un hongo descompone la materia orgánica










Los participantes con sus cromas











Preparando el antagol












Con hojas sanas de varias especies, y poco más









Los productores se llevan muestras de cada preparado para sus cultivos







Los huesos quemados son una fuente extraordinaria de fósforo









Y en este curso aprendemos como hacer...








fosfito, soluble para las plantas









Y también aprendemos a reproducir bacterias fototróficas a partir de lodo de laguna










de forma sencilla y rápida










En una vuelta revisamos las trampas y ya estaban bastante cubiertas de microorganismos del bosque










Al final del curso aprendemos como reproducir microorganismos benéficos, antagónicos de patógenos, como los que hay en el ANTAGOL











O en este lactobiol, que en 3 días huele a cerveza y tiene un bonito color ambar











Al final del curso lo aplicamos en árboles y suelo para mejorar la vida en el suelo y en las plantas








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