Organic Certification for 'Satsang' Homa Farm, Curacaví, Chile

Satsang is part of the Organization of Organic Producers of Curacaví

        On Friday, May 5th, Curacaví, OPOC's Internal Control Officer, Sebastián Morales, visited the Satsang farm to verify on the ground that it meets the requirements of the Chilean regulations to be declared an organic farm. During the inspection, Sebastián Morales approved of the organic Homa cultivation techniques that are used in Satsang, a farm that last year was registered with OPOC in Chile.

       The following weekend, on Sunday, May 14th, members of the Forest Guard Network, led by Isidora Huici and Fabián Guerrero, visited the Satsang farm to harvest seeds of native Chilean trees, such as Boldo, Quillay and Peumo, to help reforesting the hills affected by forest fires in Chile last summer.
      At the time, the volunteers of the Network also took Agnihotra ash to mix with the seeds, helping their healthy and vigorous germination and growth.

(Photographs: courtesy of Fabián Guerrero)

Irma Castillo, Calama Valley, Antofagasta Region, Chile

       Mrs. Irma Castillo, a small farmer from the Calama Valley, Antofagasta Region, Chile, has been involved in organic farming programs since 2013. One year ago, she came to know about the Homa Farming Super-technology. And from that moment she started with the discipline of the Agnihotra Fire on her farm. Here she has an exclusive place to practice the fire, which is located next to the greenhouse. Everything produced in this place is for family consumption. She applies concepts of functional diversity, practices daily at sunrise and sunset the Agnihotra Fire and applies Homa bio-fertilizers, such as Agnihotra Ash solution, Agnihotra ash directly on the soil and sprays the Homa bio-fertilizer Gloria Biosol. With this, Mrs. Irma produces the necessary vegetables, herbs, etc. for her family and friends to whom she gives freely from her production.

Activation of a Homa Resonance Point in 'Casa Picaflores' Farm, Naguabo, Rio Blanco, Puerto Rico


'Casa Picaflores' is the beautiful farm of Mrs. Barbara Rogers in Naguabo, Rio Blanco, Puerto Rico. She invited us there to establish a Resonance Point on her farm.

Our 'Agnihotra Garden' - Madison, VA, USA

         Mrs Lisa Powers from Madison, Virginia, USA, shares her experiences with the 'Agnihotra Garden':

      "In our neighborhood, several families practice Agnihotra and Om Tryambakam Homa, so our garden benefits from Homa atmosphere.

Homa Farm of Don Ismael in Barinas, Venezuela

Jesus Manuel Pineda Rivas (photo right), wrote from Mérida, Venezuela:

Don Ismael and his son Alberto (photo below) live in the plains of Barinas state, Venezuela (5 hours from Merida). Don Ismael's mother is the owner of the farm. She has been very careful not to allow poisons on her farm. Don Ismael, following the wishes of his mother, sought and asked around until he got my phone number.

Homa Organic Farming Workshop in 'Satsang' Farm, Curacavi, Chile

Ms Karina Ohme shares about an event in her Farm 'Satsang':
"A Homa Organic Farming workshop was conducted by the agricultural engineers Carolina Morales and Paula Heinsohn (Sukhmani), both with extensive experiences in Ecological Homa Farming.

Agnihotra on 'Gavisa' Farm in Togo, West Africa

Marco Brutschin (Photo right with his friend Komla, a farmer in Togo, West Africa) shares his experience:

       "My farmer friend Komla from the village Yépévié, Kpalime in Togo,  told me, that after starting with Agnihotra, despite the current drought, it rained heavily on his farm, but not in the surrounding areas.
    It has also helped him greatly with his health.
I asked him to write something about his experiences with Agnihotra for the Homa Newsletter and here are excerpts from his letter:"

Homa Farm of Dr Jaime Montufar, Guayaquil, Ecuador

Dr. Jaime Montufar from Guayaquil,
Ecuador, South America, shares:

    "I've been practicing Homa Therapy for 16 years with much love and dedication. The farm we have, through the benefits of Homa Therapy, is now a paradise. The Divine has blessed us greatly. We plant cocoa, bananas, pineapples, oranges, lemon, beans, avocado, coffee, mango, bell pepper, cucumber, papayas, guavas, noni and species of medicinal plants for preparing certain medicines used in the Homa Medical Center 'the Good Shepherd'.

Homa Farm Tenjo, Colombia

Maria Teresa Nuñez
Homa Farm Tenjo
Cundinamarca, Colombia, South America

Excerpts from Maria Teresa's letter:
    "Little by little by "Divine Grace" and directed from the highest and most profound instances this Homa farm came into existence. It is supported by my son Sebastian, my employees, the inhabitants of this place and some practitioners who visit us on full and new moons.
    The Homa farm just had its fourth anniversary. During this time, little by little, step by step, we have been cleaning and healing this place through the Fires.
Now, it is a wonderful paradise, where we give thanks and praise from the moment we open our eyes for being allowed to live here...

Homa Farm Joselito, Loma Negra, Piura, Peru

HOMA FARM 'JOSELITO'  
Loma Negra, Piura, Peru

Homa Technician Andres Arango, responsible for the practice of the Homa Fires (photo left):
           
"In this banana farm we have observed two stages: one without Homa Therapy applications and the other, post or with Homa Technology, when the correct and proper implementation of this Super Technology began.
       Before the implementation of Homa technology, certain nutritional practices for a sustainable growth of the banana cultivation, as recommended by experts, were applied.

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