• http://arcticcirclecartoons.com/blog alex hallatt

    I live in a small flat with a miniscule patch of earth outside. I use the bokashi bin to ferment the kitchen waste and then put this in a tiny compost box on the earth where the worms do the rest – they LOVE bokashi.

    It does smell, but not much and it is a sweeter smell than normal anaerobic breakdown.

    I have found that I can put in cooked food, bread etc, but I avoid meat, as it still attracts flies and rodents once in the compost bin.

  • Mónica

    En la universidad EARTH de Costa Rica, se elaboraba un bokashi con estiércol que producían las vacas. Los resultados eran formidables, ya que se reducía la cantidad de agua de lavado de la lechería, reducción de las moscas que visitaban el sitio, producción de un excelente fertilizante para los potreros y las pasturas.

  • http://www.todae.com.au/Products/bokashi/ Roel Bokashi

    I use Bokashi and I’m really happy with it. It has no bad odor at all and it feels good to use my kitchen scraps for something useful, instead of sending it to landfill.

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