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"The One-Straw Revolution is one of the founding documents of the alternative food movement, and indispensable to anyone hoping to understand the future of food and agriculture."—Michael Pollan


"Only the ignorant could write off Fukuoka, who died two years ago at the age of 95, as a deluded or nostalgic dreamer...Fukuoka developed ideas that went against the conventional grain....Long before the American Michael Pollan, he was making the connections between intensive agriculture, unhealthy eating habits and a whole destructive economy based on oil." --Harry Eyres, The Financial Times

"Fukuoka's do-nothing approach to farming is not only revolutionary in terms of growing food, but it is also applicable to other aspects of living, (creativity, child-rearing, activism, career, etc.) His holistic message is needed now more than ever as we search for new ways of approaching the environment, our community and life. It is time for us all to join his 'non-movement.'"—Keri Smith author of How to be an Explorer of the World

 

“Japan’s most celebrated alternative farmer...Fukuoka’s vision offers a beacon, a goal, an ideal to strive for.” —Tom Philpott, Grist

 

The One-Straw Revolution shows the critical role of locally based agroecological knowledge in developing sustainable farming systems.” —Sustainable Architecture

 

“With no ploughing, weeding, fertilizers, external compost, pruning or chemicals, his minimalist approach reduces labour time to a fifth of more conventional practices. Yet his success in yields is comparable to more resource-intensive methods…The method is now being widely adopted to vegetate arid areas. His books, such as The One-Straw Revolution, have been inspirational to cultivators the world over.” —New Internationalist

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Call it “Zen and the Art of Farming” or a “Little Green Book,” Masanobu Fukuoka’s manifesto about farming, eating, and the limits of human knowledge presents a radical challenge to the global systems we rely on for our food. At the same time, it is a spiritual memoir of a man whose innovative system of cultivating the earth reflects a deep faith in the wholeness and balance of the natural world. As Wendell Berry writes in his preface, the book “is valuable to us because it is at once practical and philosophical. It is an inspiring, necessary book about agriculture because it is not just about agriculture.”

Trained as a scientist, Fukuoka rejected both modern agribusiness and centuries of agricultural practice, deciding instead that the best forms of cultivation mirror nature’s own laws. Over the next three decades he perfected his so-called “do-nothing” technique: commonsense, sustainable practices that all but eliminate the use of pesticides, fertilizer, tillage, and perhaps most significantly, wasteful effort.

Whether you’re a guerrilla gardener or a kitchen gardener, dedicated to slow food or simply looking to live a healthier life, you will find something here—you may even be moved to start a revolution of your own.

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merci à Fukuoka de partager avec nous ses expériences et observations. Un livre essentiel pour m'aider à vivre ma vie dignement, loin des besoins inutiles.
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Une belle ballade en la philosophie naturelle.
Petit livre de sagesse empirique qui devrait être étudié dans toutes les écoles.
En effet, nous sommes bien trop prisonniers de nos cultures (sans jeu de mot), de nos traditions, de nos modes, et pire de la science moderne, bien loin de la Nature.
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This book is proof that fertilizers and pest control (biocides) are no good for our earth -- or for us! Good information for people interested in permaculture, no-till gardening or no-till farming, organic food production, etc.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I can't recommend this book highly enough 21 novembre 2014
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I can't recommend this book highly enough, as a thoughtful, deeply ecological presentation of the natural farming version of permaculture. Mr. Fukuoka clearly was a keen, careful observer of nature and nature's ways, which is the basis of permaculture practice. It was interesting to note that Bill Mollison, the "father of permaculture", took many ideas from Mr. Fukuoka's practice. I've also been fascinated at the way these various people all came to similar conclusions and practices at roughly the same time period. The "cross-pollination", so to speak, has been very fruitful! Being steeped in the martial arts for many years, I was also struck by the strong Zen influence in many of Mr. Fukuoka's practices. I gighly commed this book to anyone interested in the field of permaculture.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Enlightening book more relevant today than ever! 19 février 2017
Par Jordi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Masanobu Fukuoka saw what modern industrial farming was doing to the water, land and the farmers (both in terms of lifestyle and debt), and spent his life working on finding ways that food could be grown in a non polluting, sustainable manner. After a number of years he had rebuilt the soil on his family farm and proved that he could equal or better the yields of the "petroleum farmers" with his no chemical, lazy man's way of natural farming. Although the book discusses his methods and rationale, much time is devoted to showing what is wrong with the currently popular methods of farming.

Throughout the book Mr Fukuoka lament's the change in farmer's lives from many years ago when there was much more leisure in the village life, whereas today they have to struggle to survive working long hours everyday and still cannot get out of debt. Debt created incidentally by being sold a system that relies on pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, as well as large amounts of motorized equipment. The revolving door between the chemical companies and agricultural departments in government as well as school reliance on grants from these institutions are discussed, consumerism, our fetish for perfectly formed produce, and much, much more.

This book can be read in a short period and is written in a nice conversational manner (kudos to Mr Larry Korn for his work there as well). For me this is such an important book that I have given a number of copies to friends. This book will change the way you think- read it today!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 No till, natural farming 23 avril 2017
Par Marion Foerster - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Mr. Fukuoka has written a beautiful book on the benefits of natural farming. Basically he says that what is the most important factor in food production is the fertility of the soil. Good nutrition is dependent on a nutrient-rich soil. This book also has some of the author's philosophy of life. He states that any good farmer specialist needs to start with philosophy, then incorporate the science. I highly recommend this book to anyone growing food--be they industrial farmers or backyard growing enthusiasts.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Inspiring and wise 5 mars 2016
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Like many oriental authors, Masanobu spends much of his writing describing his philosophy. So easily finding out the precise methods he used to obtain the impressive yields of crops he obtained, is difficult. He does provide a brief overview… for example, he uses clover as a perpetual cover crop, straw as mulch, he plants into the cover crop without tillage, (although he weakens the clover by flooding the field in spring) he coats his seeds with clay to prevent them being eaten by birds and animals. But he does not provide detailed accounts.

But really this does not matter because his book is a plea to trust nature and work with nature and to honour traditional, gentle ways of relating to each other and our world. In our frantic, hurried, consumer oriented, greed and profit driven world, I love his inspiring and wise message of living simply with nature
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Work smarter, not harder 21 avril 2017
Par Dixie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A whole different way of looking at agriculture. Mostly easy to read, short chapters. Author was way ahead of his time regarding environmental issues and agribusiness use of chemicals destroying the land and the water. He shows that working with nature produces improved soil and water AND better yields with less work.
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