The bokashi composting process makes food waste turn into bokashi is a process to make the best soil for your kitchen garden. Bokashi is a Japanese word for 'good fermented organic waste'. The keyword for this process is 'fermentation'. Effective micro-organisms help the fermentation process to take place and will help to make nutritious soil.
WHY BOKASHI COMPOSTING?
Bokashi composting is the best way to give organic waste a new purpose. Kitchen waste is a big part of the total waste produced by households and will most of the time end up in the garbage bin. In the garbage bin, it will start rotting and it will leave a very bad odor.
With bokashi composting, you can compost organic waste in the kitchen to create perfect compost and because of the fermentation process, it will not give any unpleasant smell or attract insects. The fermentation will give a liquid that can be used as nutrition for watering plants or as a biological drain cleaner.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES?
Bokashi composting will make your life easier and your carbon footprint smaller. All the advantages of bokashi composting are listed below.
With bokashi, you can create nutritious compost in your kitchen
No unpleasant odor because of the effective microorganisms
Creating fermentation liquid good for nutrition for plants or as a natural drain cleaner
No need to go outside to throw away your organic waste
With bokashi, you do not need to buy garbage bags for organic waste
There is no CO2 emission with bokashi Organko
WHO CAN USE BOKASHI COMPOSTING?
Bokashi composting is for all people that want to create perfect compost at home. This can be for your little urban garden or for your semi-professional kitchen garden. Using bokashi is not only for people with green fingers because the process is easy and the result of using bokashi compost and fermentation liquid is significant.
HOW CAN YOU USE BOKASHI?