Written by Maree O'Malley on May 17th, 2021. 2 comments
While the Bokashi One waste is great buried under the soil, we understand that this is not always practical, adding the waste another composting systems can be a good solution. I have excellent results adding Bokashi One Waste to a worm farm. It is always a good ideal to follow the instructions that come with your worm farm, here is what I do …
- Locate the worm farm in a shady spot, away from direct sunlight. Under an overhang, on a porch or balcony, or under a tree, are great locations.
- Ensure the Bokashi One waste is well drained, Bokashi One Juice is very acidic, and may burn the worms.
- Add Bokashi One Waste to the top layer of the worm farm, with a small amount of soil.
- Worms need oxygen, aerate the waste with a small garden tool
- Replace a damp worm-blanket on top of the waste to maintain moisture, and to keep it cool and dark.
- Replace lid securely
- I lifted the lid and worm-blanket to look at the waste that we added last week, there are lots of worms throughout the waste and a lot of the waste has be consumed
- I aerated the waste a bit, by moving it around with a small spade
- I Checked the worm-blanket to see if it needs to be dampened or replaced
- I Replaced the lid
- As I did not have much bokashi waste I decided not to add any waste this week, next week we will have another look and definitely add some more waste ….
- Today we added a lot of Bokashi One Waste to the worm farm.
- We aerated the waste.
- Due to significant rain in the last week the worm blanket was damp and did not need any additional moisture.