Videos About Artemis & Angel Co. Ltd.

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Here are some introductory videos about Artemis & Angel Co. Ltd. in Bangkok, Thailand.

Video 1.  Introduction to Bio-Plant and Pro-Plant
This is an introductory video to the bio-fertilisers made by the Country Agent in Nigeria, Salad Greenhouse Worldwide Ltd. This can be viewed here.

Video 2. Nigeria – Buildings to House a Bio-fertiliser Bottling Facility
The short video shows officials of Katsina State, Nigeria handing over 2 buildings to representatives of Salad Greenhouse (, which will be used to house a bio-fertilizer bottling facility so that Bio-Plant (Power Ant 1) and Pro-Plant (Power Ant 2) can be made available to farmers throughout Nigeria.  This can be viewed at:

Video 3. The Beauty That 100% Organic farming Can Create
This video shows the beauty, which 100% organic farming can create in agriculture, and what agriculture throughout Africa, and indeed the whole world, will be like after the world has abandoned chemical agriculture and its poisons. Because so much of the world’s soil has been ruined by chemical farming, its microbial life has to be restored, and this is what Bio-Plant (Power Ant 1) does rapidly because of its concentration and variety of micro-organisms. We teach farmers 100% organic farming techniques to use with Bio-Plant (Power Ant 1) and Pro-Plant (Power Ant 2) so that they can create the fertility of the soil and magnificent growth of crops, which the video shows.

Video 4. The Adverse Effects of Chemical Farming
This video gives a good summary of the adverse effects of chemical agriculture.  By using the 100% organic, liquid bio-fertilisers, Bio-Plant (Power Ant 1) and Pro-Plant (Power Ant 2), the harmful effects of chemical agriculture on the soil, the health of the population, the social fabric of farming communities, the quality and safety of food, and the well-being of farmers and their communities can be reversed throughout the country.

Video 5-9. Interviews with Thai Farmers About Using Bio-fertilisers
Summary of Interviews with Thai Farmers about Using Bio-fertilisers

Here are 5 videos of interviews with Thai farmers in their fields and fruit orchards in which they talk about the benefits they have experienced  when changing from chemical fertilisers and sprays to using bio-fertilisers for 100% organic farming instead of chemical fertilisers and sprays. In the file below there is a summary of the interviews in English according to the times of the interactions in the interviews.

Video 10.  The Benefits of Growing Cover Crops
Then making the transition from chemical farming to 100% organic farming farmers have to learn how to restore the fertility of their soil with organic matter and compost. Many farmers say that they do not have any organic matter so that they can prepare their soil. If that is the case, they can grow their own organic matter between cash crop seasons by planting a cover crop. This video explains the tremendous benefits of  planting cover crops, and how to manage them. The video can be viewed at:

Video 11. How Bio-fertilisers Help to Reduce Global Warming
Indirectly, this video shows the role, which the 100% organic, microbial bio-fertilisers, Bio-Plant (Power Ant 1) and Pro-Plant (Power Ant 2), can play in reducing global warming by reducing the amount of Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere. These two bio-fertilisers regenerate the soil, particularly when compost is made with Bio-Plant (Power Ant 1), and enable the soil to absorb and store atmospheric Carbon Dioxide.  Increasing the absorption and storage of Carbon Dioxide in the soil is one of the main solutions to solving the problem of global warming.

In response to a UN Food and Agriculture Organization announcement, “Only 60 Years of Farming Left If Soil Degradation Continues” (Scientific American, Dec. 5, 2014), University of British Columbia  Emeritus Professor of Physics and Astronomer, Phil Gregory, has spent the past two years investigating the subject to see what, if anything, can be done.

The good news is that during the last 20 to 30 years there has been an amazing revolution in our understanding of soil biology and nature’s complexity. This offers tremendous potential to deal with food security and climate change issues in a way where nature will do most of the work. In this 40-minute video, Gregory summarizes some of the new insights that have emerged from the hidden universe of soils.

The main section starts at 6:03.