Category Archives: Bokashi Composting

Bokashi Composting in the Summer

I wanted to write about Bokashi Composting throughout this summer, but the scorching, moisture obliterating, dusty heat has temporarily stalled my motivation. June 2015 was the hottest on record in Vegas. Too many days over 105 degrees resulted in less … Continue reading

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Time to Bury the Bokashi

Finally! I’ve buried my Bokashi compost. Now it will further decompose and the acidity from the fermentation process will be neutralized. Then, I will be able to add it to areas where I want to plant shrubs and flowers. I’m … Continue reading

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I Buried My Bokashi Compost, Sneak Peek

I am busy with some landscaping projects in my backyard. I foresee much digging in the next few days. Until that is finished, here is a sneak peek into the process I’m experimenting with to bury my bokashi compost.   

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You Might Want to Try Bokashi Composting if…

…you live in a small space. Maybe you don’t have space in your backyard to create a mounding heap of compost. Bokashi composting is an indoor/outdoor process. You ferment all of your food waste inside a small bucket. Then, you … Continue reading

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Bokashi Composting: Inspiration for fermentation

This is what the “soil” in my new backyard looks like… But I have been preparing for this compacted dirt and rock and menacing layers of caliche. In my garage a plastic bucket is quietly participating in the fermentation of … Continue reading

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