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may 19 2005 vegetable science lab yurina kwack

Definition and Classification of Terminologies in Environment Agricultureand Utilization of Spent Mushroom Compost for Organic Transplant Production

May 19, 2005

Vegetable Science Lab.

Yurina Kwack

terminologies in environment agriculture
Organic agriculture

Biological agriculture

Natural agriculture

Environmentally conserving agriculture

Environmentally friendly agriculture

Sustainable agriculture

Ecological agriculture

Green food

Terminologies in environment agriculture
slide5

Environment agriculture

  • Economically efficient agriculture that assures the stable

production and supply of safe agricultural products and

preserves the environment by harmonizing it with

agriculture

  • The most inclusive terminology
slide6

Environmentally compatible agriculture

  • Agriculture that utilizes the developed agricultural
  • technologies harmonizing them with the environment to minimize the side-effects of chemical agriculture and
  • decrease in production
slide7

Low input agriculture

  • Agriculture that utilizes integrated pest management (IPM)
  • and integrated nutrient management (INM) to minimize input of chemicals
slide8

Precision agriculture

  • Agriculture that utilizes geographic information system
  • (GIS) and global positioning system (GPS) to precisely control the input of chemicals and energy
slide9

Environmentally friendly agriculture

  • Agriculture that utilizes environmentally-friendly methods
  • such as soil improvement and non-use of chemicals
  • to minimize environmental pollution
slide10

Organic agriculture

  • Agriculture that applies only organic materials and minerals
  • to enrich the soil and that utilizes biological and physical methods to control plant diseases and insects
slide11

Natural agriculture

  • Agriculture that utilizes self-made composts, aboriginal
  • enzymes and microorganisms and that does not apply tillage,
  • pruning nor chemical fertilizers and pesticides
slide12

Environmentally conserving agriculture

  • Agriculture that links crop production with livestock farming for reducing environmental loads to sustain the ecosystem
slide13

Local circulation agriculture

  • Agriculture that links crop production with livestock farming in a region to utilize crop residuals and manures as animal feed and compost, respectively
slide14

Social circulation agriculture

  • Agriculture that links livestock farming and/or organic
  • fertilizer production in a certain region with crop
  • production and/or residual-feed production in other regions
  • to make a large-scale circulation of bio-materials
  • domestically or internationally
objectives
Objectives
  • To examine the feasibility of recycling the Spent Mushroom Compost (SMC) for organic transplant production
  • To develop new growing medium for organic transplant production
  • To investigate the growth and quality of organically produced transplants of several vegetables
materials
Materials
  • SMC left over from a “Baeckilsongi” mushroom factory of the Pulmuone Takara Ltd.
  • Hgpsizygus marmoreus
decomposition
Decomposition
  • A compost maker
  • Microbial decomposers
mixing smc organic media
Mixing SMC & organic media
  • Other organic media : Peat Moss & Cocopeat

PM: Peat Moss CP: Cocopeat L: leached D: decomposed

slide28

Study in Japan

  • To study environment agriculture in Japan
  • To study natural enzymes & efficient-microorganism
  • for organic culture
expected publications
Expected publications
  • Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science
  • Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science
  • HortScience
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