ULC/KNF for pasture restoration


Lately I’ve seen a lot of farms experiencing problems with growing grass for the primary purpose of pasture grazing. Rain is not the issue as we get a lot of it in my area, but it seems like their farm land is really struggling from the years on constant disregard for the microbial life from the bombardment of chemical fertilizers. I might get the opportunity to help one of these farmers out in the near future, but my experience is more rooted in vegetable gardening than growing grass.

My experience is also much greater in the area of ULC than KNF, so from that aspect, my current plan of action is to do multiple rounds of ULC microbes + ULC food **fermented wild grasses** before times of heavy rainfall. I’ve also considered some applications of LAB and maybe ULC fermented urine, but my experience isn’t as strong in the realms of KNF and I don’t want to cost the farmer any more money than I need to, because he doesn’t really understand natural farming, so his faith and wallet is lacking in the processes. I’m trying to provide him with the best bang for the buck in terms on results VS money spent.

Do you think that my plan of action is a good one, or should I try and implement other ULC methods or KNF strategies as well?

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In my practice with this sort of large scale remediation, Ultra Low Cost is the way to go. You may also want to supplement with KNF Minerals aka diluted seawater because the mineral content tends to be low in exhausted land as well. This can be reconstituted from sea salt if you are further from the sea and is an extraordinarily inexpensive way to bring fertility back to the land.

The KNF Police (LAB) you mentioned are also great as they help the indigenous microbes find their way into the soil especially in anaerobic and unbalanced soils.

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