BOKASHI COMPOSTING

Ilona

Years ago I came across information on Bokashi composting and included a small post on it in my former Gazebo sections (which has since been incorporated into this main site). I liked the idea of it, and since that first discovery learned a little more about the art of Bokashi.

I admit I am slow to try new methods if they do not appear to make a great deal of difference or solve a problem. With my large area of property and loosely made compost piles, Bokashi composting did not seem to solve my own need to provide compost for the garden.

For 2016, however, I may try it out in the vegetable garden as a way to compost in situ, that is, through a trench type of composting.

If I do, be sure that the reports will appear in both a post here and general updates on my garden blog.

If you have any experience, good or bad, with this method of composting, please leave a comment about it.

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For the complete word on how to compost, see my projects page: New Pile Of Compost Info




For video showing just how easy this can be:

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Ilona

I started working on this website beginning in 1998, when it was part of "Ilona's Reflecting Pool". Since then I've branched out into a number of online endeavors and work at writing lots of content for my sites. The work on "Ilona's Garden" remains my primary site and is dedicated to home gardener's success.