Tag: potting mix

15. Tricks to making a good soil factory

Follows on from: Using charcoal in your soil factory About the soil. Use whatever you have on hand. And a 50:50 mix is often best, although you can do this however you want. The smaller pieces you have in your bokashi bucket the faster…

13. Make a soil factory

Follows on from: Best soil for your pot plants method threemake a soil factory A ”soil factory” is something we came up with years ago to describe a place where you make soil using bokashi. It can be a bucket, a tub, a bag,…

12. Best soil for your pot plants

Follows on from: Use bokashi in your containers and pots Good soil holds moisture Watering is usually a problem when you grow in containers, as they just can’t hold the same amount of water as an in-ground bed, and also because containers are usually…

11. Use bokashi in your containers and pots

Follows on from: Ways of using bokashi in the garden method twoUse your bokashi to create soil in containers, planters and tubs You can grow a whole garden without having any real in-ground soil. The results can be fabulous. And the options are endless…

Bokashi is just great for tomatoes!

I’m happy to say our tomatoes are doing really nicely this year! I’d like to say that it’s all due to the great Bokashi soil they’re growing in but I have to be honest and say it’s been a great summer with a lot…

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…

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