Bokashi in East Village, Chigago

Interesting article here by a guy in East Chicago, Scott A. Rappe, who vows and declares he knows nothing about composting. But he’s set up a great backyard, inner-city compost based on Bokashi. The buckets he’s made himself from bits and bobs and he’s tested his way through to a system that works well for him. Have a read!

By the way, the combination of dry leaves and fermented Bokashi is a good one. The leaves carry a lot of the ground-loving microbes that trigger fermented Bokashi to turn to soil. They’re also a great source of extra organic material for your garden, and give the compost that good green-brown mix. Not to mention a great way of getting them off the street and into the soil where they belong.

Read the article here>>

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