OFW earning big in Japan returns home to be a farmer


He’s a big time architect abroad, but decided to go back to PH for ‘natural farming’.

Eman Bondon, an architect who used to work and earn almost more P100,000 per month in Japan. He and his siblings were raised by their parents with the help of farming in Pulilan, Bulacan. But Eman came back to the Philippines when his loved ones got sick. His father was diagnosed with cancer in 2005 when he returned to the country from Japan. His mom and his eldest sister were diagnosed with cancer, too, after a year. All of them died from cancer.

They thought that the food they eat are proper and safe because they’re all from their farm. They never thought those chemicals provided and used in their farm would put their lives at risk. He said that his father, mother and sister had cancer because of those chemicals applied and used on their plants.

Eman continued to manage their farm after the death of his family members. He went back to natural farming and brought the land into a rehab. Together with the other natural farmers, he’s able to make a fertilizer that doesn’t contain any chemical. Most of those fertilizers they made are easy-to-make, can be done simply which won’t take a long time. Some ingredients they use to make their own fertilizers are also good to animals because they are natural.
Because of natural farming, Eman notices that his heatlh gets better. He was about 80kgs before. He had hard times moving. Through proper diet and eating natural food, he feels his body got lightened.

He even made an appeal to the government to help farmers and consumers. He’s suggesting the government to provide trading posts for farmers who produce organic or natural food so that people can see that we are really producing products made naturally and chemical-free, which can be an option for a consumer.

As of now, there are 17 farmers who returned to natural farming in Pulilan, Bulacan. Eman acceded to help and hold a seminar to teach other farmers about natural farming for free.

Natural farming is a sustainable farming. It makes all inputs from natural materials. It also observes the law of the Nature and respects the rights of crops and livestock. It heals the soil slashed by chemicals, herbicide and machines. It’s definitely a good alternative to chemical fertilizers.




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OFW earning big in Japan returns home to be a farmer
He’s a big time architect abroad, but decided to go back to PH for ‘natural farming’.
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