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Bokashi Composting is a great small scale composting system, developed in the 1980s in Japan, that enables kitchen waste (including meat and dairy) to be composted efficiently with low odors, both indoors and outdoors. And it’s worm-free! The main items you need to do this type composting are a Bokashi Bin, and Bokashi Bran (and your kitchen scraps, of course!). We discuss Bokashi Bran over here, and consider the trade-offs between making your own, or buying. This article will specifically discuss Bokashi Bins, which are the second major item needed in this process. These, too, can be either made DIY or purchased. In this article, we will look at making your own bucket, and also some of the popular store-bought options to get you started making compost to enable you to grow healthy fruits and vegetables for your family.
Once people start using Bokashi style composting systems, many find the process to be engaging and addictive. Soon, unfortunately, they start to run low on Bokashi Bran, and need to resupply. There are two alternatives here, purchasing pre-made Bokashi mix, and rolling your own DIY Bokashi Bran. Making your own certainly does save money, though how much depends largely on the quantities of materials you purchase. It is a fairly simple process, and can be a great project for kids and families. Read on for the recipe and instructions.
Of course, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with purchasing pre-made Bokashi Bran as well, and later on in this article we look at a few pre-made options for those who don’t want to bother making their own.
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Are you tired of spending hundreds of dollars on water to keep your lawn and garden thriving? Are you constantly repairing and replacing your rain barrel? If so, then you need an authentic and resilient rain barrel like the RTS Home Accents 50 Gallon Rain Barrel! With a phenomenal reputation among consumers, a high quality build, attractive look, and solid design specifics to back up its reputation, the the RTS Home Accents line is one of the best options for rain barrels on the market today. With three color options, and multiple quality levels to choose from, anyone can find the right RTS Rain Barrel for their needs.
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Whether you are a hardened gardener with a good sized garden, or a budding gardener with a small space and big organic dreams, the Compost Tumbler by Envirocycle will certainly be the composting tool you have been looking for. The Envirocycle Compost Tumbler is a single barrel tumbler, collects both compost material and ultra-rich compost tea, and comes in two sizes. While there are several high quality composters available for home use on the market today, the Envirocycle line of composters is certainly an excellent choice for many of today’s gardeners.
In this article, we will look closely at the Envirocycle, consider its benefits and draw-backs, and review it.
Proper soil aeration is a key element to successfully creating nutrient-rich compost. This is typically achieved by mixing organic materials inside your environmentally-friendly home composter in a careful way. For smaller bins, mixing using a typical hand shovel is hassle-free, but when it comes to larger batches or loads, hand shoveling can be time consuming, tiring, and dirty. To mitigate this shoveling requirement, manufacturers have implemented the rotating compost bin to help gardeners create great compost without too much effort! These units are typically barrels on a stand, above ground. To use, you simply grab the compost bin’s handles, give it a few spins and you’re done. It’s like the Price is Right Wheel… but for compost!
You can save the shoveling for when you’re adding your compost to your fruits, vegetables, and flowers.
Composting bins are a great solution for many gardeners who want to be able to create a sizable amount of compost in a small area, and who don’t want to fuss with building dedicated compost piles with wood boards, timbers, and nails. The Garden Gourmet Composter is an excellent option for those looking for a simple, convenient, ground-based compost system, and many gardeners will find it to be quite useful. Made from 100% recycled materials and designed with ultra-simple assembly, the Garden Gourmet can hold up to 82 Gallons of Compost. Throw your compost materials in the top, stir it around a bit, and after some time, fresh compost will be available at the bottom opening.
It’s a clever system, and we look at the Garden Gourmet in detail below.
When it comes to composting household food and yard waste, tumbling compost barrels can be an outstanding, convenient solution for many homeowners. These systems are typically raised up off the ground for easy access, are sealed and rodent-proof, and are often more efficient in terms of time than traditional ground-based composting methods. There are two common types of tumbling composter: the single batch compost tumbler, and the dual batch compost tumbler. The dual batch composter has a few significant advantages over single batch tumblers, and we look closely at those advantages in this article.
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