Bokashi fertiliser is a natural fertiliser, made during the fermentation process in a kitchen composter by adding a bran with effective microorganisms. It is extremely useful either on the balcony or in the garden. But how to prepare it?
The process is extremely easy and will not require much effort. Fill your Bokashi Organko regularly and make sure to add 20 ml of Bokashi bran after each layer of bio-waste. A lid on larger Bokashi Organko has to be closed tightly and a presser on the smaller one has to squeeze the air out in order to begin the fermentation process correctly.
Once you have filled Bokashi Organko, add the bran and cover the composter for at least 14 days. In the meantime, the fermentation process will produce the Bokashi liquid, which you should empty every 3-4 days.
Bokashi liquid is an extremely strong natural fertiliser that you need to dilute before you decide to water the plants. We advise you to mix it with water in a ratio of 1 : 100 if you water the plants less than once a week, but if you do it more often, dilute it in a ratio of 1 : 200.
Just try and play with the magic of Bokashi fertiliser. Water one part of your garden with Bokashi liquid, but in the meantime, water the other part of the garden with clean water only. You will quickly notice the difference.
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