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 I find some bits of eggshell, or a slow-to-decompose tea bag or a bit of avocado peel or aContinue reading “07. Bokashi becomes soil”
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06. Time to plant!
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 weeks it’s dug down. The reason is not that the bokashi is too strong, the plants can handle that, it’sContinue reading “06. Time to plant!”