A lot of medical marihuana growers are discovering the benefits of adding bokashi bran to their growing medium. Over the past few months Bokashi Living has been working with a licensed grower in Vancouver to find out if there are any benefits to using bokashi bran. The results so far are pretty impressive. Read more
In our previous blogs, we’ve shown how microbes in the soil are ESSENTIAL for breaking down organic matter, making nutrients more available for plants’ roots, enhances water retention in soil, increases a plant’s root ball, and makes the plant much more resistance to disease.
But what do the microbes do for HUMANS? Great question!
Place your Bokashi Bucket where it is easy for you to use but out of direct sunlight and away from any heaters. Inside your kitchen, garage, laundry room or basement are great places to keep it.
When done correctly you’re Bokashi Bucket shouldn’t smell. Foul odors come when you don’t add enough Bokashi Activator, add too much scraps at a time, air gets into the bucket, or you’re not draining your bucket. Address these issues to fix a stinky bucket.
It’s good practice to drain your Bokashi Bucket or at least check it for liquids every 2-3 days.
Alongside your garden bed, around trees or in an area where you plan to plant are garden are great places to bury your fermented food scraps. Anywhere in your yard is fine too. We like to bury ours in a plastic storage bin with some soil or compost. In about 4 weeks, it’s ready for planting!