Tag: gardening

10. Ways of using bokashi in the garden

Follows on from: Digging down other stuff into your bokashi hole The basic concept of digging a hole, filling it with bokashi, and covering it over, then planting, is really all you need to know. Everything else is a variation on that theme. One…

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…

“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 a basket

I’m always on the lookout for new ways of getting Bokashi to work in the garden. Surprisingly, this turned out to be one of the better! I’ve had a couple of cane baskets kicking around for a while, rather bottomless and sad. So a…

Greenhouse Bokashi — also a hit!

This is the result of another of winter’s Bokashi experiments. Super success and well-worth trying for anyone with a greenhouse. And with a winter season to deal with… We grow tomatoes in buckets in our greenhouse and at the end of the season there’s…

Summer dreams — in a store nearby!

W’ve had a bit of a winter pause on our blog here, sorry about that — we’ve been snowed under on all fronts it seems. But life has returned to this stubborn part of the world and any day now the last scraps of…

Local recycling at best — right under the apple tree!

Actually this is not the really deep and meaningful rave it could be about dealing with our waste ourselves, cutting down what we throw out and dealing with it as close to home as possible. Although it does go to the heart of the matter in its…

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