Category: Bokashi book

08. How much bokashi should you dig down?

Follows on from: When your bokashi has become soil So, your bokashi has become soil. How strong is it and what can you plant in it? As a completely general rule of thumb, around one-third bokashi and two-thirds soil is a good guide for…

07. When your bokashi has become soil

Following on from: Time to plant your garden! I’ve been doing bokashi for over ten years, but even so I like to poke around in my ”bokashi spots” now and then to see how they’re doing. They never cease to amaze me! Every time…

06. Time to plant your garden!

Following on from: Making soil out of your bokashi So, back to the process. You’ve dug down your bokashi and you’re ready to plant your garden. How and when? Rule of thumb: don’t let roots get in contact directly with bokashi the first two…

05. Making soil out of your bokashi!

Following on from: Two weeks to ferment Step three: Making soil of your bokashi This is the most fun part! There are many, many different ways to go about this. What is best for you will depend on what type of gardener you are,…

04. Two weeks to ferment

Following on from: Keeping it dry with paper Step two: Next step is an easy one! Just leave the bucket in peace and quiet to ferment for two weeks. There’s a good reason for this, read on and I’ll explain. So, once the bucket…

03. Keeping it dry with paper

Following on from: Filling your bucket – important things to keep in mind So, back to the paper. A half-newspaper or so in the bottom of the bucket, and another wad in the top is normally sufficient to soak up the liquid from a…

02. Filling your bucket – important things to keep in mind

Following on from: Bokashi is all about getting carbon out of the air and into the soil Bokashi is an incredibly flexible process. That’s why we all love it. One of the best parts is that more or less ALL types of food waste…

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