It's tiny but it is there!! The weekend Australian Magazine put us in the corner 😫 It is actually a great place to put your compost bin in the corner of your garden. Where do you put yours? #nooneputsbabyinthecorner
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Bokashi review time! So, this is the "after" photo of my Bokashi bucket's contents after 4 weeks. It looks a lot like it did when I closed it up, which I was surprised about. I guess I was expecting it to be a little more broken down, but then I remembered that it is a fermentation process, not a decomposition process. Anyway, I took this stuff and mixed it with some soil and I'll leave it there until I need it. It will now break down a bit within that soil. Here are some of my other thoughts...
🍊 Fermented stuff smells gross. During the fermentation process, it's air tight so you can't smell a thing, but when you open it, it smells kinds vinegar-y and weird. Not my favorite.
🍊 The Bokashi juice is pretty rancid. Blech! But so far it does seem to be an awesome fertilizer! Our poinsettia is very happy with it! 🍊 Based on the two observations above, I would recommend processing this as an outside activity!
🍊There was no mold! I shouldn't be surprised, as that is how the fermentation process works, but it was pretty cool after all that time not to have to worry about that. 🍊 I was surprised that there was still a lot of moisture in there, but it does make sense if it doesn't really have anywhere to go. Duh. With the next bucket I am making sure to remove as much moisture as possible before adding scraps to the bucket.
Overall I really like the process. We only take the trash out once every 2-3 months, and we have a pretty tiny trash can (30L). That's pretty awesome. So, even if it is smelly, I definitely think it's worth it! #Bokashi#compost#juice#fertilizer#test#review#garden#plants#zerowaste#ecofriendly#sustainable#conservation#nature#green#environment#climatechange#saveourseas#savetheplanet#trash#organic#treehugger#naturelovers#motherearth#maketheswitch#easy#change#love#cool#awesome