Permaculture by Masanobu Fukuoka

1998 documentary dedicated to the pioneer of natural farming permaculture Masanobu Fukuoka.  Fukuoka has advocated an entirely new way of farming and put it into practice.  Natural farming employs no plowing, no fertilizers, no pesticides and no weeding, all he does is plant many types of seeds in clay balls and just keep sowing them letting them follow the natural course of nature.  Natural farming is about doing nothing, or almost nothing and leave everything to nature.  Natural farming lets nature follow its course, seeds, weeds, insects and animals all cooperate in symbiosis to let the seed grow in the most natural and optimum environment for harvest.

His natural method of farming is described on his book “One Straw Revolution” which condenses all his farming methodology and philosophy.

Natural Farming Documentary

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Anthony Tate

Psychologist with a master in communication and journalism. Currently consulting on digital media and online advertising... and sole writer at Criticality, ;)

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