What is Bokashi fermentation ?

Bokashi fermentation is a process of preservation of organic waste materials carried in the container / bucket/ barrel specifically by removing oxygen using microbes that are added to the rest of the food in the container/ bucket/ bin.

Where's the best place to store the container/ bucket/ barrel ?
In a place that is not exposed to direct sunlight, but in a warm place. Can in the kitchen, behind the house, under a tree, etc.. Because there are no nasty smells with Bokashi composting system, we can easily keep in the room.

What can be put in container/ bucket/ bin / Bokashi compost bin?
Any type of organic material produced in the kitchen such as :
  1. The rest of the vegetables and fruits
  2. tealeaf
  3. tea bag
  4. A small amount of paper
  5. coffee grounds
  6. Onion, lemon and garlic
  7. cutlet
  8. Seafood / fish
  9. Cooked food waste
  10. Goat manure
  11. Chicken manure
  12. Cattle dung
  13. Rabbit manure
  14. etc.

Is there something that should not be included in the container/ bucket/ bin / Bokashi compost bin?
Do not add any liquids such as bone or detergents or other harmful chemicals.

How long will it take to fill the container/ bucket/ barrel ?
It really depends on how much garbage that you have. A guide will average 2 to 4 weeks. Depending on your ability. Unless you make Bokashi of goat manure, poultry, cattle or rabbits you.

Why trash in one week - already almost fully visible ?
Because the garbage is still there are a lot of water content. You need to press a little water out

What are the Bokashi mix ?
The program consists of bran, molasses and microorganisms. When the mixture is inserted Bokashi container/ bucket/ barrel, microbes begin to grow and will soon begin a process of fermentation

What is a microbe ?
Microbe is an organism that is so and only just visible with a microscope. Microbes in the Bokashi mix derived from 3 different groups - lactobacilli, fungi / yeast, and basil phototropic. This combination has been shown to rapidly decrease ( mem - fermentation ) of organic waste while on the other hand suppresses the growth of other harmful organisms.

Are microbes harmful to me or my pet - animal ?
No, these microbes are very common in nature and are considered non - pathogenic. Each one has a specific function and they work together well. They are found in foods we eat such as cheese, yogurt, bread and wine.

How should I store Bokashi ?
You can store them in a resealable bag or move them into the container / container / bucket / barrel airtight. Not exposed to direct sunlight and away from heat. Because.. Ultraviolet light will destroy microbes. Try to stay dry.

Is Bokashi should immediately use?
No. Bokashi has an annual endurance up.

How often do I give Bokashi fertilizer for my plants ?
As often as you like - plants love it !

There is a white fungus growing on Bokashi. What is it ?
White mushrooms is a good indicator that the fermentation process is working well.

What are the signs that something is wrong ?
If the material is fermented already turning blue or black because you do not use enough or you do not close the microbial vat / container / bucket properly so that too much air in the container / bucket / bin.

What is the anaerobic fermentation ?
Technically, the fermentation process requires only a little oxygen. This fermentation process works best when very low levels of oxygen and is inhibited when oxygen lot.

Why waste materials look the same after fermentation ?
Bokashi fermentation is a process of preservation. Just like pickles or pickled onions still look like that before preservation, so that organic waste you will look as if nothing happened. It is however structurally and chemically changed enough.

How long container/ bucket/ barrel full of fermented food waste is ready to be given to the ground?
3 x 24 hour period - 14 days is the minimum time required, adjust the type of materials do you use to make Bokashi. Pembokaran time can be extended as long as the container / bucket / barrel remains airtight.

What happens when I insert Bokashi into the ground ?
Microbes in the soil will quickly convert organic waste to nutrient rich soil for your plants. In the figure, the soil microbes can be anywhere, from 1,000 to 1,000,000 times more with fermented. They will soon begin to reduce their waste products of fermentation and rebuild soil microbes and nutrients more.

Bokashi compost is acidic when first, but became neutral after 7-10 days. Make sure the roots are not in direct contact with the compost as it can burn the roots, especially if the plants are very young. New plants are rooted primarily stress when software can receive Bokashi first so the best time pwadah / bucket / tongian these plants is two weeks. Such as vegetables, tomatoes etc.

How best to add Bokashi in the garden plants ?
Dig holes or trenches as deep as 20-25 cm. Add a Bokashi compost and mix in some ground. Cover with the remaining soil.

I do not have a garden but have a keg / container / bucket / barrel Bokashi ?
Bokashi compost should not be applied to a garden or fields, can plant flowers in pots at home.

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