It can be done! Bringing home Bokashi to your veggie patch.

This is the way things look at our place sometimes. Actually, we usually have a lot more snow than this so that’s something to be thankful for. (Also that, relatively speaking, we’ve had a warm winter compared to many other Europeans) Under all the snow is our veggie patch, actually a bunch of raised bedsContinue reading “It can be done! Bringing home Bokashi to your veggie patch.”

Snow Bokashi?

See that black bag there between the doors? That’s my latest Bokashi experiment. Snow Bokashi… Yep, you can see I’m getting desperate. Not just me but quite a lot of us up here in the frozen north, we have to find ways of making soil even in mid-winter. At the moment I can’t even findContinue reading “Snow Bokashi?”

Yet another snowstorm… spring seems far off

Low level activity here on this blog. Which is not to say I haven’t been thinking about bokashi, about compost, about soil, seeds, plants and… SPRING! Not many minutes pass in a straight line without green-coloured thoughts passing through my mind. We’ve seen nothing but white now since early December. It’s like a Christmas cardContinue reading “Yet another snowstorm… spring seems far off”

Mid-winter Bokashi storage

We live in Sweden, if you draw a line between Oslo and Stockholm we’re half-way along that. Which is not quite the¬†Arctic Circle (fortunately), but right at the moment as I look out the window at a frozen landscape with foraging deer the temperature is somewhere around -10 degrees Celsius. Perfect skating weather, but aContinue reading “Mid-winter Bokashi storage”