サン・スマイル=無肥料自然栽培

〜肥料・農薬を使用せずに収量や品質が保てます!〜

化学肥料、有機質肥料、微量元素、農薬、除草剤を使用しません。
No-pesticide No-fertilizer

※放任栽培ではありません。
※ 肥料の定義は「肥料取締法」に法ります

英訳: Natural cultivation SHIZEN-SAIBAI English Page

●はじめに

昭和40 年代後半、「複合汚染」(有吉佐和子)、「沈黙の春」(レイチェル・カーソン)などの出版を機に、いわゆる有機栽 培や環境保全型農業の実践者が増え始めましたが、当時はそのような農家を「変わり者」として排除したり村八分にしたりす る地域も多く、差別や迫害の中で細々と灯が点される忍耐と試 練の時期が続きました。

時代は変わり、環境保護の視点からもより自然的な栽培法が 注目を浴びるようになり、2001年には有機JAS 法、2006年には有機農業推進法が制定されるにいたりました。いまや「有機」「オーガニック」「自然食」といった言葉はすっかり市民権を得て、最近ではトレンドの最先端扱いされることも増えています。

しかしながら、安全性を求めるがゆえの化学肥料を使用しない栽培においても、一部では肥料の多投入による弊害が指摘されています。ここでは、そうした問題点も踏まえながら、現時点でより永続的と考えられる無肥料自然栽培をご紹介したいと思います。


無肥料自然栽培家 秋場農園

肥料を使わずに作物を育てると言うと、たいていの方が「そんな栽培で本当に人口に見合うだけの食糧を確保できるのか?」とういう疑問を投げかけてきます。結論からいえば、無肥料自然栽培が作り出す大地は永続的に豊かになっていくはずなので、十分な収量が確保できると考えられます。だからこそ、自給や農的暮らしといったレベルを超え、生業としての農業が成り立つ栽培法としてご紹介することができるのです。

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“SHIZEN-SAIBAI” no input cultivation ~Good yield and high quality without the use of pesticide or fertilizer~ ~non-chemical fertilizers, non-organic fertilizers, non-microelements, non-pesticides, non-herbicides~ Farm producers can harvest high quality vegetables and grains without the use of fertilizer and pesticide, and they also can get steady income. Consumers can eat safe vegetables and grain. It seems like a dream, but it isn’t. It is the reality of cultivation. ※ It is not a cultivation style which leaves agricultural land. ※ The definition of fertilizer is based on Fertilizer Control Act.

Crops can grow well without fertilizer.

1. Technique of SHIZEN-SAIBAI SHIZEN-SAIBAI doesn’t just mean that farmers don’t use fertilizer and pesticide. To be honest,
SHIZEN-SAIBAI is very difficult cultivation. It is essential to observe nature from
the point of view of “respect nature”, “nature base” and “natural adaptation”.
Farmers need to judge and find out qualities of areas, crops and climate.
“Do you know what kind of weeds there are in your yield?” “Do you think about what changes are happening compared with last year?” We feel very sad, because there are few farmers who can answer these questions clearly. In conventional farming, farmers don’t need observation skills because they use chemical herbicides. They also choose seeds following routine cultivation time-line, plant them, spread pesticide and use fertilizers. Yields were change to crop manufacturing facilities. Observation skills which are very important for farmers under ordinary circumstances were lost. It is nobody’s fault. But if we had to criticize, we would say that all consumers had a responsibility.

2. Choose the seeds to fit the land We also take notice of “seed”. Widely-used seeds in Japan is called F1 (first cross-fertilization), and nearly 90% of it is imported from abroad. We wonder if imported seeds can adapt to Japanese climate in a short while. If it is difficult to adapt, it is no wonder that farmers would rely on pesticides and fertilizers. First, the farmer should choose true breeds which suite to the region and the farmer. (Opinions of distributors are also very important.) And they have to keep at self-seed production. After that, they can get one and only seed which suites the climate and soil of the region. It takes years and decades, but the seed can adapt to many places. Depending on the seed, it sometimes requires great care to collect seed. However, adapting seed to the region and improving amount and quality of crop make their struggle worthwhile. ‘Self-seed production’, this is very important part of SHIZEN-SAIBAI.

3. Learn from forest trees and wild animals Forest trees do not feed fertilizer. Of course, there are fallen leaves. However, how about roadside trees? On the roadside, people rake leaves and roadside trees cannot get organic matter, not even leaves. But roadside trees grow very well without fallen leaves. Giraffe, Zebra, and Elephant are herbivores. Despite a lack of protein and nutrition, they are great and powerfully built. In other cases, the chicken egg is a popular example. From a nutritional standpoint, eggshell is made of calcium carbonate, so chicken should need a large amount of calcium. However, chickens lay eggs regularly, even if they keep eating feed which lacks of calcium. It remains unsolved how poultry gets calcium. In the knowledge of contemporary science, it has not been proven that crops grow well only by SHIZEN-SAIBAI. However, there are many facts that farmer can reap a good harvest because of SHIZEN-SAIBAI in various regions in Japan. If all things that people can’t explain are denied, there might not be clarified what these mysterious phenomena are. Earth, rain, air, and sun provide endless nutrients. Plants enjoy it when needed and grow. This is the natural plant’s state. Today, we feel that we downgrade the “Power of Nature” too much. Actually, plants are stronger than we think and they are an advanced type of living thing.

4. At present, the conclusion of SHIZEN-SAIBAI There are many farmers who cultivate superb products besides using SHIZEN-SAIBAI. We can see that those farmers have a manly character, and they have respect for nature. You can actually feel that farmer’s mind and heart influence the product greatly. It’s exactly that the sound of footsteps is the best manure for a rice field. The field of agriculture is not Utopia but the actual spot which cultivates life. You should also see true things when you face life eagerly. Many farmers who practice SHIZEN-SAIBAI have such character. That is to say, the mind is the essence of SHIZEN-SAIBAI. We consider that excessive fertilizer cultivation is “non-permanent” in the field of the environment, health, society, politics・・・every problem. However, little-fertilizer or no-fertilizer and self seed-production leads to a “sustainable” society. SHIZEN-SAIBAI is not a cultivation style that leaves agricultural land. SHIZEN-SAIBAI is an extremely difficult type of cultivation so you should face Nature modestly and earnestly, learning from Nature. It is a fundamental stance to acquire SHIZEN-SAIBAI. We often hear it said that “for Earth” “conserve the environment”. However I cannot feel much sympathy with “for Earth”. Because Earth will still exist if mankind were destroyed in the near future, so it makes sense not the word of ”for Earth”, but the word of “for mankind”. If we aim to survive in the future, we must think comprehensively and with a wide view. It is only natural that nature is far beyond our power, because we are a part of nature. So we should observe nature modestly and do our best getting along nature! You can be convinced that you can harvest enough crop with no-fertilization, but it’s not easy. It may be the everlasting theme “what is nature going to tell us?

☆More info… ⇒ http://www.sunsmile.org/Report/SHIZEN-SAIBAI201710.pdf