Plants can only obtain their nutrients from the soil in which they live in. Therefore the soil that the plant has fixed itself to becomes a source of its food and crucial to its performance and survival.
A basic, good soil is one that is rich in both organic matter and has a balanced and abundance of soil life, including fungi, worms, bacteria, nematodes, micro-anthropods, protozoa and others.
Quite a few of our customers have asked about the use of Bokashi One composting and worm farms. It is possible to incorporate fermented food scraps from the kitchen composting system into the worm farm but care must be taken.
With spring edging ever closer, it’s time to start thinking about the possibilities of outdoor gardening activities.
In order to get the most out of spring time gardening, it’s a good idea to start from main nurturing source for plants and the basis of all good plant growth – the soil.
Do you have concerns about the odour your Bokashi One bucket is producing? Bokashi answers all of your composting questions!
Do you live in an apartment and compost your food waste? Or do you have issues with effectively disposing of your food waste?