Gangtok, 11 Sept:
Prof Teruo Higa delivered a lecture on the use and applications of Effective Microbes to a diverse gathering of Government officials, NGOs, delegates from the Bhutan Government, students and faculty of Sikkim University, Department of Horticulture and others at Hotel Lemon Tree in Gangtok today, a press release informs.
The lecture was organized by Maple Orgtech India Ltd (the only authorized producer of EM in India) and was attended by Khorlo Bhutia [Secretary, Food Security & Agriculture Dev Dept], DK Bhandari [Secretary,Dept of Horticulture & Cash Crops], Shakti Singh Chowdhury [Mayor,Gangtok Municipal Corporation] and Hem Chettri [Commissioner,GMC].
Chairman of Maple Orgtech India Ltd,Madan Mohan Mohanka delivered the welcome address and narrated how through a chance meeting with Dr Higa on a plane many years ago he had learnt about EM Technology and was later able to set up units in India to produce the EM solution and make it available in India.
Prof Higa at the onset congratulated Sikkim for being declared the first organic state in India and was happy to note that EM technology had played a major role in setting the groundwork for organic farming in Sikkim.
Prof Higa elaborated on the three main functions of EM based on its anti-oxidation , non-ioninzing effects and conversion of harmful energy into harmless or useful forms of energy in a three dimensional (helical) manner.
Application of EM Technology was vast and diverse. Besides it use in our daily lives such as health and sanitation it was used in agriculture, animal husbandry, waste management and many other fields. The latest use was in the reduction of radioactive contamination from the tsunami damaged Fukoshima nuclear plant. EM Products addressed common problems faced by human beings –food crisis, environmental degradation, health care etc. He explained and demonstrated how EM can utilize quantum energy and gravity wave energy.
What was particularly interesting for the Sikkimese audience was the use of EM Technology to mitigate wildlife damage to crops through the creation of EM based energy fields, the release mentions.
The audience was also addressed by Mr Khorlo and Shakti Singh Chowdhury, the former expressing much hope in the use of EM technology to address the human wildlife conflicts faced by the farmers of Sikkim. Dr Higa is scheduled for a field visit on Thursday to meet local farmers.