Compost Tea from the Bokashi Indoor Kitchen Composter
Making Bokashi tea
When you are so busy that you have only limited time to make your own bokashi powder, then you need to buy your bokashi powder. One of the best products of this type is All Seasons Bokashi. With this, you can go and do your bokashi technology without the need to wait for you to make the bokashi from the beginning.
The complete system includes 2 Green 3.5 gallon cyclettes. Components: Cyclcette One: * An anaerobic lock (screws on or off with one hand), * A fenestrated crib plate at the base, * A functioning spigot to drain any fluids * A pressure plate to exclude trapped oxygen * A bokashi culture mix caddy * 1 dispenser scoop * 400 grams bokashi culture mix (filling the caddy) Cyclcette Two: * An anaerobic lock (screws on or off with one hand), * A fenestrated crib plate at the base, * A functioning spigot to drain any fluids * A pressure plate to exclude trapped oxygen * 2 zip lock bags each with 400 grams of bokashi culture mix (total 800 grams) There is enough bokashi culture mix to last 2 to 3 months depending on the amount of trash fermented. Size of box is 30"w x 13" L x 13" deep. Quantity in Basket: None Price: $119.95 Shipping Weight: 15.00 pounds.
Bokashi bin, or some times also called bokashi bucket or composter, is a bin designed specifically for you to do your composting with bokashy technology. The bin is supplied an airtight lid to do composting in anaerobic mechanism. Bokashi composting is a technique that is done without oxygen because, not like us, the microorganisme involved in the fermentation of wastes your put into the bin, do need the oxygen. Oxygen is even toxic to some of these creatures. It means that when there is oxygen, then they are disturbed and not live happily.
The yard waste fermenting system is designed to rapidly break down grass clippings, weeds, and brush placed in the 55 gallon fermenter using a combination of the bokashi culture mix and an accelerant. Woody items and branches may be included but should be shredded before being added to the fermenter. Food scraps may be added and mixed in with the yard waste. No carbon rich material is needed to mix with ordinary grass clippings or yard waste for transformation to take place. Flies, vermin, and pests will not be attracted to the fermented product subsequently mixed with soil. Successful conversion of waste to rich soil involves placing the waste material in the fermenter in layers. A cup of concentrated accelerant is diluted 3.5 fold with water and sprayed directly onto the waste. The culture mix is then dispensed broadly over the layer using the dispensing unit. Each layer is 2 – 4 inches thick. The anaerobic lid is locked in place with the band clamp to exclude oxygen and after 7 – 10 days the fermentation is complete. The fermented product is removed and mixed with ordinary soil and then covered with about 3 inches of soil. Soil microbes then in about 7 – 10 days convert waste into rich soil. If the fermented grass clippings and weeds are mixed in with a compost pile, it will also rapidly degrade and re-activate a dead compost heap. The yard waste fermenting system is made up of the following components. 55 Gallon Yard Waste Starter Kit: 1 – 55 gallon HDPE Fermenter 1 – Band clamp 1 - Lid with locking flange and seal to exclude oxygen when the fermenter is closed 1 – Filter cassette for fluid removal 1 – Safety pressure release valve – spigot 1 – Key for opening spigot safety pressure valve 1 – 25 pound bag of bokashi culture mix 1 – 1 gallon concentrate of accelerant for yard waste processing 1 – 1 liter spray bottle for priming yard waste before adding culture mix 1 – Instruction set for yard waste processing 1 – Bokashi mix dispensing unit There is enough culture mix and concentrated accelerant provided in the starter kit to process approximately 550 gallons (~ 3 cubic yards) of hard packed yard waste. The Yard Waste Fermenting kit ships by FedEx anywhere in the US and measures 22 inches in diameter. It stands 36 inches in height.
A readable, quietly humorous introduction to composting, this covers reasons to compost; differing approaches; how decomposition works; various methods, ingredients, and containers; how to speed decomposition; and how to use the end result. Campbell is an experienced gardener, and the book goes into great detail, but the text remains clear and interesting. The simple black-and-white illustrations vary between decorative sketches and straightforward diagrams; they could have been more frequent and more informative. The bibliography lists 14 other books on composting; a list of sources of composting supplies is also given. An interesting treatment of a basic subject for general readers, this is recommended for all gardening collections needing material on compost heaps..
Back-to-basics gardening that will benefit the earth and your wallet! Want to use ordinary waste to create an extraordinary garden? Composting lets you turn household food waste, yard clippings, and more into free compost and mulch that's chock-full of nutrients. From building and working with traditional compost bins to starting an indoor worm-composting operation, Composting For Dummies makes these often intimidating projects easy, fun, and accessible for anyone!
Organic Nutrient Rich Fertilizer in just two weeks. Compost your food waste to make valuable garden fertilizer. The Bokashi Bucket inoculates food waste in an airtight bucket with a dried material know as EM-1 Bokashi. The EM-Bokashi will ferment the food waste, preventing it from rotting, and therefore eliminate the odor or the attraction to flies. After the food waste is pickled, you can add it to an existing compost pile, feed it to worms, or bury it in an existing garden bed.
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