Bokashi is made from Biosa™ and bran or other carrier. When used to decompose kitchen scraps, the microbes it contains ferments the waste rather than decomposing them, hence the lack of any rotting smell. This is ideal for use in urban settings. When dug into the soil it gives a “slow release” of nutrients and continues to inoculate continues to inoculate the soil and surrounding plants.
If you have….
- Tried worm farms without success
- Had enough of foul odors
- No room for a large compost bin
But you still want:
- To Recycle ALL your foodwaste?
- 100% natural fertilizer EVERY MONTH?
- 100% natural liquid soil conditioner every week?
- Then the Biosa™ Bokashi Method is for YOU!
Hassle-Free Food Waste Composting! with the Great Day Bokashi Bucket! The simple and easy recycling alternative for converting kitchen waste into an organic rich soil conditioner.
Using an organic fermentation process, the Great Day Bokashi Bucket recycles ALL your domestic kitchen waste into valuable soil conditioner.
NO INSECTS or RODENTS
NO MORE DAILY TRIPS TO THE COMPOST BIN
The composting of kitchen organics is done in an air tight container using Bokashi as an inoculant or compost starter. Bokashi is a Japanese term that means “fermented organic matter.” It is a bran based material that has been fermented with Biosa™ – an Friendly Microorganisms liquid concentrate – and dried for storage.
Bokashi is a pleasant smelling product which you add to your bucket and which aids in the fermentation of the organic matter. The food waste will not breakdown or decompose into “black gold” inside the bucket. Putting the fermented food waste into the ground, compost bin or large planter is required to complete the process. Always store Biosa™ Bokashi in a warm dry place out of direct sunlight. A kitchen cupboard is ideal.