Bokashi Method

Let me be completely honest about this topic: I do not use the Bokashi method. In my opinion, it is a costly method that just adds a step in the composting process. You have to pay for bokashi material to add to your waste. When the Bokashi method is finished, you add the "finished" bokashi product to your compost pile. Seems to me it would be easier and cheaper if you just added your waste to your pile to begin with.

However, a few people have told me they love Bokashi although they have not been able to explain why. Here are some resources to get you started if you would like to try it:

Homemade Bokashi Bucket
Essentially, two buckets, one inside other, top has lid, need a lid!

How to bokashi parts I and II.
Good video for info, bit soft on volume

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Build a brewer with a bucket and less than $15 worth of components, and make aerated compost tea.
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Composting the Holidays
Compost fall leaves, hay bales, holly wreaths, pine trees, etc. Compost pumpkins (food waste) in a compost pile.
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  1. ** Soil Incorporation **
  2. In-Soil Ingestion or Digestion
  3. Trench Composting
  4. Mulching
  5. Composting Toilets
  6. Compost Tea

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