Bokashi Bran


Bokashi composting has emerged as a revolutionary method for enriching soil health and promoting sustainable waste management. This ancient Japanese technique is gaining popularity worldwide due to its simplicity, effectiveness, and eco-friendly nature.

Discover how Bokashi can transform your waste into a valuable resource for your plants.

Understanding Bokashi Composting:

Introduce the concept of Bokashi composting as a fermentation process.
Highlight the versatility of Bokashi, capable of composting a wide range of organic waste.


Benefits of Bokashi Composting:

Outline the advantages of Bokashi over traditional composting methods.
Emphasize the accelerated breakdown of organic matter and the preservation of valuable nutrients.

Bokashi Bran

Getting Started with Bokashi: A Step-by-Step Guide:
a. Materials Needed:

Bokashi bucket, Bokashi bran, and airtight containers.
b. Setting Up Your Bokashi Bin: After the meal when youre ready to clear up, empty your food waste from the counter bowl into the bokashi bran bucket and compact it.

c. Fermentation Process:

Once the bin is full, let the waste continue to ferment for two weeks out of direct sunlight. White moss will start growing in your bucket. These are the microorganisms doing their job. Start the process again with your second bucket. After your first bucket has stood for two weeks, cocoon the waste in your compost heap or dig a deep trench and bury it. 

Tips for Successful Bokashi Composting:

Sprinkle a scoop (100ml) of Bokashi Bran over the waste. Use a little more if you’re throwing protein in e.g. meat, chicken, bones etc. Seal your bucket properly. You cannot add too much bokashi but too little will make your contents go sour and smell. Repeat this layering process until the bucket is full. 

Utilizing Bokashi Compost in Your Garden:

Explain how to incorporate Bokashi compost into your garden soil.
Add the contents of the bucket to a traditional compost heap, covering with garden waste. Or: Dig a trench about 30com deep and about a metre long. Empty the contents of the bucket into the trench and cover with soil. Wash the bucket after each use. Do not use chlorine or ammonia based cleaner.

Benefits of Bokashi Bran 

  • Odour free dustbins
  • Do the right thing for the environment 
  • Greater awareness of food wastage 
  • Hygiene- no rats or flies
  • Improved recycling of plastic, paper, tin and glass 
  • Improved soil health

What is bokashi?

Bokashi is wheaten-bran that has been infused with effective microorganisms. It is used to treat food waste in home and restaurant kitchens. 

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