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10 Months Old Papaya by MRF Bio~Compressed Planting

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How much fertilizer applied per plant per round is not important but how much Complete Continous Nutrient Up-Take by the Plant is the Priority.
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Mohd Fuad Thanie1
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25th December 2011 1:01pm
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Mike says...
Mohd. that is an impressive paw paw for that age and it looks like a bisex. dwarf variety.I agree that continuous supply of a wide variety of nutrients, through mulch and natural fertilisers that promote healthy soil is best.If it can be supplemented with micronutrients and low chloride NKP inorganics as well the trees benefit.I have a duku-langsat and a duku labelled Johor variety from Malaysia and long kong from Thailand.Is the duku Johor a real variety Malaysia?
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MOHD. FUAD THANIE says...
MRF Bio~Compressed Technology is the Solution for LOW YIELD. It Could help the Small Holders and Farmers in the urban & sub urban areas Increase their Yields by minimum 30% in six (6) months, reduce cost by up to 50% a year, Optimum Up-take by the Plant with Zero Losses over Environmental..
Managed to increased their monthly revenue minimum of RM3,000.00/mth

We are specialized in Palm oil Industry right from land preparation right up to the maintenance of the estate by implementing the proper Precision Farming Methodology with the enhancement of Bio~Compressed Technology.

Bio~Compressed Technology is an excellent combination of complete Macro & Micro Nutrient for Optimum Up-take by the Plants to increase yield within a short period at a reducing cost up to 50% with Zero losses over Environmental.

Without our realization, the conventional broadcasting method on the surface run by using the normal Chemical and Petroleum base fertilizer is no longer economical and relevant any more which incur High Loss to the farmers and produce less productivity.

For further info, please do not hesitate to email me at MRF Bio~Compressed Technology Sdn Bhd bio.comp@yahoo.com or Mobile No: +6013-2553883 / +6019-6265121.
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Mohd Fuad Thanie1
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26th December 2011 6:41am
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Jantina says...
Hi Mohd. could you please explain this process. Thanks.
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MOHD. FUAD THANIE says...
Hye Jantina. thanks for your interest to know about our Bio~Compressed Technology. It is actually a method of planting and manuring for continous optimum up-take by the plant for high yields at a lower cost with zero losses over the environmental.
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26th December 2011 7:54pm
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Mike says...
Jantina I think the answer will remain the same irrespective of the question.There may be a product for sale behind it and above is the sales pitch.It looks like it is about infusing the soil with 'good' micro-organisms in a manure slurry to make the soil healthier.There is a thai dwarf red paw paw that is very productive like those in the pictures.
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amanda says...
Or maybe it contains artificial growth factors..? Like most people who grow their own - I don't like "secret" ingredients.
Everything should be perfectly transparent when comes to growing what we put into our bodies...?

Maybe it's just Coco-peat? (that's 'compressed'...?) What does MRF stand for Mohd?
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26th December 2011 11:22pm
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Mohd. Fuad Thanie says...
Hai Amanda, Mike & Jantina..
Mike : Yes, You are absolutely right & am here share with you guys..

Amanda & Jantina : Fertilizers are all the same, when we talk about fertilizer, usually we always talk about Nitrogen (N), Phrospheros (P) & Phosphate (K), 2MgO + TE.
Actually there is No Secret ingredients excepts it has been used to normal & conventional method by broadcasting the elements on the surface run which opens to losses over the environmental up to more than 70% especially for chemical & petroleum base fertilizer and in the end plants will only up-take Not More than 30% in the Tropical Climate countries like Asian countries.

After been quite a while in the Agriculture Sector I have found out that the Normal way of manuring is No Longer relevant. Over looking this matters, through research & developments with few Professors in my country I found this most Accurate, Practical & Conducive combination of Macros & Micros for Optimum Up-take of Complete & Continous Nutrients by the plants for high yields (30% increase in 6 mths), Lesser cost by up to 50% per year and Zero Losses over environmental.
Application method is Sub Soil (Burried the Nutrients about 8 to 10 cm in the Soil) 1/3 Macro nutrient (NPK : 12:12:17:2MgO+TE0 & 2/3 Micro or Zeolite as the Soil Enhancer which contains of 9 other Trace Elements with high CEC Level.
Therefore, the application of this Bio~Compressed the plant will receive about 15 complete Nutrients to ensure the entire Growth Rate right from the day you start Planting.

I will share more from time to time in due course.

My Name is Mohd. Fuad Mohd. Thani and just call me Fuad. I am 50 years old next year and also the Founder of this "Bio~Compressed Technology" to serve giving consultation, education andv services to the Small Holders & Farmers in the urban areas helping to increase their yields and revenue and subsequently to improve their Standard of Living.

I am also the CEO of my company MRF Bio~Compressed Technology Sdn Bhd and now in the Mids of Collaborating with our Islamic International University of Malaysia (IIUM) to setting up a MRF Bio~Compressed Fertilizer Plant which could benefit the poors more by giving contributions through MRF Foundation.

The MRF is actually my 7 year old son's name Muhammad Raphael Fuad..

If you guys need more info please do not hesitate to mail me at bio.comp@yahoo.com or call at my Mobile +6013-2553883 / +6019-6525121.

Thank you & regards.
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amanda says...
Fuad - intersting post. It's not anything we can't get here already - so why would we import your blend?

What is TE?

Malaysian soils are very, very different to ours. Nice to see a personal Spam for a change tho :)
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27th December 2011 2:10am
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Brendan says...
Hi amanda,
TE = Trace Elements. Remember the very good organic fertilizer called Terrafoska TE?

I know this might be hard to believe, but I once grew a pawpaw that was 22" in circumference! That was grown in nearly pure sand at Slade Point, Mackay. Mulch and good fertilizer was the answer. (no photos of course! :-)
Someone down at Sarina grew one with a 23" circumference!, so I came second.
Apparently, they have bred-out large pawpaws, because the 'shops' didn't like em.
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27th December 2011 8:45am
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amanda says...
Lol..thanks Brendan :) had a seniors moment there...Hey that's a big paw paw alright!
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27th December 2011 10:54am
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Evelyn says...
Guys let's not support the palm oil industry. It causes immense environmental devastation in Sabah and Sarawak, please buy alternatives.
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Jantina says...
I must be missing something, thought this thread was about fertilizing plants. What is the connection to the palm oil industry Evelyn?
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snottiegobble says...
Jantina, I think Evelyn means dont have anything to do with a person or company who is involved in the raping & pillaging of natural Malaysian forests solely for the planting of oil palm plantations & resulting financial gain as such.
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Jantina says...
Ok, I'm still missing something snottie. Certainly I'm against any raping (of anything for that matter) and pillaging of any natural forest. But where above does it mention palm oil? To me it reads about poor farmers growing food more economically and why should I, who lives in abundance compared to them, object to that. Maybe I need new glasses.
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28th December 2011 3:15pm
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Jantina,

I think in second lot of pics, there are 2 pictures on what look like palm (oil?) trees
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Andrea says...
In the third post in this thread there is mention of land preparation for the palm oil trees. I would hate to imagine what that involves.
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Jantina says...
DUHHH! there it is just as you say Andrea, thanks Lucy.
Sorry snottie and Evelyn. Definitely need new glasses.
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28th December 2011 4:28pm
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
It's easy for us to criticize people who live on the razor's edge in developing countries, I guess we've been pretty destructive in setting up our own industries here. But I hate to think what is being sacrificed in Malaysia and Indonesia to clear land for monocultures like palm oil plantations.
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28th December 2011 9:35pm
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Mike says...
There are certainly problems with the spread of oil palms in Borneo,Sumatra and a few other places in SE Asia.Loss of rainforest and subsistence crops, farming styles and creating a non-edible mono-culture are just some of the issues.It is hard however to sensibly demonise the use of all oil palms or to connect it to a Malaysian fellow trying to improve productivity.He did use a paw paw as a primary example.Most of the lowland tropical rainforest in Australia has been cleared in surprisingly recent times for agriculture.
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snottiegobble says...
Yes Mike we are all guilty in some way, even just chopping that pear tree down because of blocked gutters,etc, but we are slowly seeing the error of our ways ( except in Qld of course) & there are heavy fines now for clearing properties!
Lets face it Aust. has a long list of extinct flora & fauna with many more dangerously near being wiped out. We just dont want other developing countries to go the same way thru personal greed!
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amanda says...
So true - Aust is right up there with the worst environmental vandals :-( Ironic when we often market our produce o/seas as "clean and green"...??
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Mike says...
I think we are still alright for clean and green which is more about pollution and being chemical free.We fall down on environmental management with pests,loss of species as snottie points out and the excessive clearing of native bush considering our low population.About 3 frog species I would regularly see when I was a kid are extinct now.It would be shocking if the last 800 or so cassowaries disappeared, as they are just about the heaviest native land animal in australia.I digress once again.
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roborthudson says...
Yes, organic fertilizers are better to use with plants. They are natural and does not cause harm to plant and also had many useful minerals.
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