Category: Bokashi in the world

Can microbes wipe out banana pest?

Things are happenning in our EM world! Picked up this one from the Phillipines, advocates of organic farming are promoting the idea of using effective microorganisms (EM) technology to battle the deadly black sigatoka pest that has affected banana plantations in Mindanao. Apparently farmers are already…

“Bokashi’s the best thing ever!”

Just had to share this enthusiastic blog from Karly Winkler in Canberra, Australia — she’s studying horticulture and has a great garden-in-the-making by the look of it. And is now a switched-on Bokashi fan! In her words… Back in May, I promised you an…

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…

Comments from a Bokashi newbie

Came across this blog from a guy out there (Edmonton, Canada I think) who’s just started on Bokashi. Thought you might be interested in hearing his perspective — so far so good it seems, he is really positive and want’s to make a difference. His…

Bokashi kids: Nailsworth Primary in Australia

The kids at Nailsworth Primary outside Adelaide in South Australia have got it sorted. Their local paper reports on their projects, a different recyckling and gardening theme for each year. FROM a bucket of waste to greener gardens – Nailsworth Primary School students are…

Any Bokashi preschools out there?

We’re working here in Sweden with a lovely local preschool — it’s owned and run by the employees and they’re really committed to what they’re doing. One project they’ve started up lately is Bokashi composting. So now there’s no more kitchen waste (and they…

Bokashi kids in Gisborne

OK, so I have a soft spot for stories from New Zealand, but the thing is they’re doing a really good job downunder in getting kids involved in Bokashi composting and growing. Here’s a nice little story from the Scoop news site in NZ…

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