Bokashi One Composting
Bokashi One Bucket
Bokashi One Mix
Bokashi One Microbes
How it Works
What Can I Compost
Step by Step Guide
Burying Bokashi Waste
One Bucket or Two?
Signs of Success
EnsoPet - Pet Waste Composting System
EnsoPet - The Unit
EnsoPet - How it Works
EnsoPet - Step by Step
EnsoPet - Helpful Hints
Why Compost Pet Waste
NSW - Sydney
NSW - Other
QLD - Brisbane
QLD Gold Coast
QLD - Other
VIC - Other
VIC - Melbourne
New South Wales
Using Bokashi with a Worm Farm
Bucket - Set Up and Adding Waste
Using Bokashi With a Compost Tumbler
What if i get maggots in my Bokashi bin?
Draining the Juice and Dilution
How It Works - Set Up and Installation
Using the EnsoPet for Food Waste
What if my EnsoPet gets full?
How To Use Your EnsoPet
Bokashi One 12kg Mix - Repurposed Sack
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Each repurposed sack contains 12 kilograms of Bokashi One Mix. Bokashi One Mix is best stored in an airtight container.
Image for illustration only. Bokashi One reuse polypropylene sacks from bulk ingredients used to make our Bokashi One Mix. Polypropylene sacks are not compostable.
Bokashi One Mix is made here in Australia using a mixture of wheat bran, rice hulls and sawdust that have been sprayed with a group of micro-organism that exist freely in nature. Bokashi One Mix is dried thoroughly so it can be stored for years with no loss of effectiveness. The dry ingredients in the mix are simply a carrier and food source for the micro-organisms which are dormant when dry in the packaging and activate again when added to your waste. Bokashi One Mix ferments the waste in the Bokashi One™ Bucket, eliminating unpleasant odours. When the waste is buried in the soil, the mix accelerates the breakdown of the waste and adds life and nutrients to the soil.
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