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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…

08. How much bokashi should you dig down?

Follows on from: When your bokashi has become soil 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…

07. When your bokashi has become soil

Following on from: Time to plant your garden! 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…

Urban gardening in bread crates.

First. A confession. I don’t live anywhere near a city. But we have a patch of gravel outside the house so that, for the time being, is my urban backyard. My idea was to test if you could grow a “garden” in a pile…

Herrings make the best soil!

Last August a friend of mine gave me a bucket of Bokashi for my garden. And ran off. Fast. Nothing strange about the bucket thing, she drops off her buckets all the time as her garden is much smaller than mine. So I didn’t…

Bokashi in a bag! Perfect for Christmas leftovers

There’s something I’ve been wondering about for a long time: can you ferment Bokashi in a plastic bag? So I’ve been testing it over the last months. And I have to say I’m quite excited about the result. Because it works every bit as…

Nothing but snow

We well and truly have winter here now. No garden in sight, even the fence has gone under. Christmas has been a start-to-finish snow storm, and today we tried to shovel ourselves out of the house and open up channels to the wood sheds,…

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