CMC stands for "Controlled Microbial Composting", which means that the microbial processes are guided and controlled. Based on the original findings of Dr. Ehrenfried Pfeiffer, the method has been perfected through the work of Siegfried and Uta Lübke.
Essentially, CMC involves creating and maintaining optimal conditions in the composting process in order to ensure the development of beneficial aerobic microorganisms. This can close nutrient and carbon cycles and, in particular, promote the development of a perfect fauna of microorganisms, something that has unfortunately become a scarce commodity in the agriculture of today. Numerous success stories from all over the world highlight not only the method's effectiveness, but also its relatively simple implementation!