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August 30th, 2013

The Making of Bokashi Soil Maker

In this video, I’d like to show I turn the Bokashi-pickled kitchen waste into fertilized soil. This is the second step of the whole process:

1. Pickle Kitchen Waste with Bokashi bran for 2 weeks,
2. Bury into or pile on to the native soil for 4 to 6 weeks
3. Fertilized soil or compost. Apply it to plants or plant on top of it.

Hope you enjoy the video!

Posted by dstsai in Gardening

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