Tuesday, October 27, 2009


JAMOF, our active partner in Johor Malaysia has teamed up with the Malaysia Rubber Board of Johor to initiate trials with EM in 2008. The pilot study conducted in 0.45 ha produced excellent results and hence in 2009 the project has been expanded to over 30 ha!!
The project initiated this year applied EM Bokashi and activated EM・1 – and the plants that received our EM and Bokashi are much greener than those receiving chemical fertilizers!!! We are looking forward to the yield reports and will keep you updated!!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009


APNAN - the little network celebrated 20 years of existence and service to humankind in September ! A special edition of the Newsletter was prepared by us.. and its now on our website.

Please check it out - You will be amazed as to what we have achieved!!

Please click the picture!!!

Monday, October 19, 2009


The EM program in Malaysia is gathering momentum – with Motorola joining the bandwagon. Hence on the Global day organized by Motorola Malaysia, 1100 EM dangos (Mud balls) and 1000 liters of activated EM・1 was applied to the Kelana Jaya lake. The project was organized by Motorola Malaysia in cooperation with MicroGreen group of companies.
This project is a pilot study over a period of three months to reduce pollution and foul odor from the lake waters and surroundings and this process will be carried out on a monthly basis by the two organizations, who will determine the rate of success.

News clippings can be seen at

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

20 Years of APNAN - The commemorative celebration

Atami, Japan, 29 September 2009

Thank you for your interest in our little network, APNAN.

We would like to really say THANK YOU to all of our friends and inform them that we are now 20 years old!!!!! Hence we had an in house celebration at Atami on 29th September 2009.

The celebration was a meeting, fellow ship and dinner. The meeting was presided by Our President, Professor Dr Teruo Higa. Others in attendance were the administrators of our sponsors – the Sekai Kyusei Kyo of Japan and Thailand, The INFRC and EMRO, Mrs. Higa, the overseas advisor of APNAN, and also Professor Dr Cho Cho Myint, ex Pro rector of the Yezin Agricultural University of Myanmar was one of original steering committee members. All Past Senior Technical officers and the present officers of APNAN were also present, along with a few well wishers of our little network.

The ceremony was really homely and nice – where we discussed the past and planned for the future.

We at APNAN really want to continue our activity to expand Kyusei Nature Farming and EM technology in order to support farmers and protect environment in our mandate region and beyond. Please keep in touch. We will help.