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Submitted by bruce on Tue, 06/07/2011 - 08:53
Homa Farm: Three Sisters
Aucayacu, Huanuco Region, Peru
After six months application of Homa Therapy – TOTAL REJUVENATION!
"Before starting to work with Homa Therapy, my situation, similar to the one of any peasant from the High Huallaga region, was of total despair and one which people do not understand: I thought I no longer had any resource to heal my crops, since I tried all chemical substances that the Government agency supplied to me. Nothing worked. Plagues and diseases continued, and the yield of the crops continued to diminish each time more and more."
Submitted by bruce on Sun, 05/29/2011 - 16:34
Homa Farm: El Cerezo
"I planted 10,000 Mango trees, variety Kent in 30 hectares in 1997. But we lost all the production in Piura with the climatic changes of "El Nino" in 1998. Banks were not giving loans either. However, in 2001, while I was the Director of the Office of the Ministry of Agriculture in Piura, I was fortunate to learn about the Agro Homa Supertechnology and decided to apply it in my farm."
Submitted by bruce on Fri, 05/27/2011 - 15:22
Homa Farm: Fountain of Joy
"I am an agronomical engineer working for the Department of Agriculture, in the Ecuadorian government. I am also General Manager of this farm. I have monitored the progress on this Homa Farm since 2007. These are my most recent observations."
Submitted by bruce on Mon, 12/27/2010 - 08:12
Colombia, South America
“Our Homa garden on the Caribbean Sea”
"When we bought this house on the beach, there were cocoa plum bushes planted on the borders of the property. We began to recycle all fallen leaves and then we created a reafforestation system. We started planting trees and ornamental plants."
Submitted by bruce on Tue, 06/06/2006 - 12:52
A letter from the banana farmers of Nueva Requena to Dr Elsa Carbonell, Ministry of Agriculture, Region: Ucayali
Submitted by bruce on Mon, 06/05/2006 - 17:18
"Behind our house in Merida, is a small plot of land (4m x 5m), which we use as an orchard and we do composting there with natural waste. I want to share with you some experiences I have observed in this little area:"
Submitted by bruce on Mon, 06/05/2006 - 16:06
Sector Santa Rosa
"We are standing in front of a lemon tree that is treated with Agnihotra ash. This plant has been practically dead, but is now in recovery, it started sprouting again."
Submitted by bruce on Sat, 06/03/2006 - 09:59
Homa Farm: San Leoncio
Sector "El Milagro"
Aucayacu, Huanuco Region, Peru
"Five months ago, through the Special Project of Alto Huallaga of Tingo María, I had the opportunity to come to know and to begin to work with a type of Organic Agriculture called, Homa Therapy. I have over 10 ha of Cocoa plantation, which I had to abandon, because the plants refused to produce."
Submitted by aleta on Tue, 11/20/2001 - 15:05
In January, 1997, Roger Subotnik and I traveled to Panama to introduce Homa Therapy as a means to combat the plant disease Black Sigatoka. This leaf fungus attacks banana and plantain crops, and has killed thousands of acres of plantain trees in Venezuela and Colombia. Stronger and stronger fungicides have been used to fight the disease, and some success has been achieved for a while. But eventually a point is reached when the only chemicals capable of killing the fungus are also deadly to man. Hundreds of farmers in South America have abandoned their farms due to the devastation caused by this disease.