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, how you live, what seasons you have, whether you grow mainly vegetables/annuals or flowers/perennials. How big your householdContinue reading “05. Making soil!”
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04. Two weeks to ferment
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 is full, the microbes need to do their work, multiply in numbers and prepare the food waste for becomingContinue reading “04. Two weeks to ferment”
01. Get started with bokashi!
The most common question — ever — is What is bokashi? So let’s start with this. Bokashi is a new way of using kitchen food waste to make soil. Great soil. Healthy, living soil that’s full of microbes and nutrients. It’s the fastest way of making soil that I know about it. And even thoughContinue reading “01. Get started with bokashi!”
Bokashi + leaves = a bucket full of soil!
Leaves are something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately. Quite possibly because I have a hell of a lot of them to rake up. FINALLY we’re free of snow here and after nearly six months of being covered in white stuff a hopefull green-brown lawn has appeared. But winter surprised us last year (doesn’t itContinue reading “Bokashi + leaves = a bucket full of soil!”