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 most plants. If you’re planning to plant rhubarb, pumpkin, or any type of demanding plant you might want to aimContinue reading “08. How much bokashi?”
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Biochar and bokashi = great combo
Anyone here know about biochar? I’m in Myanmar and they’re using a lot of biochar made from rice husks as a potting mix base. I’m not sure how they’re making it; if its real pyrolysis (sort of burning it without oxygen). How can you tell, do you know? Time to stop using peat! From aContinue reading “Biochar and bokashi = great combo”
Living soil. Read all about it.
There are many sites talking about Bokashi, about EM, about how marvelous it all is. Which it is. (Of course.) But this one’s a bit different. There are some real experts on board and they’ve been working with Bokashi for many years. With a lot of heart in what they’re doing. Here’s a paper byContinue reading “Living soil. Read all about it.”