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Bokashi is a Japanese word that means "fermented organic matter." It can be used as a soil amendment to increase the nutrient level and microbial diversity of the soil for planting.
All Seasons Bokashi™ is used as: Compost starter in home composting efforts Compost starter in large-scale composting operations Fermentation starter Soil conditioner Beneficial microbial inoculate
All Seasons Bokashi™ can be used as a microbial inoculant in situations where a liquid inoculant would be less effective such as in composting food waste and in compost toilets.
All Seasons Bokashi™ is for use in organic production of recycled food waste. It also helps to cultivate the beneficial microorganisms as food decomposes, speeding the process of fermentation and reducing foul odors.
Usage: Household Applications Use All Seasons Bokashi™ when composting kitchen/household wastes using the All Seasons Indoor Composter™. In a kitchen compost bucket, sprinkle All Seasons Bokashi™ directly on top of kitchen food waste and close the lid. It is very important to cover the entire surface of food waste with All Seasons Bokashi™. When added, All Seasons Bokashi™ will begin a fermentation process that will neutralize odors, increase the mineral content and prepare food waste to become high quality compost. Repeat the process, until the bucket is full. All Seasons Bokashi™ can also be sprinkled in house plants one or two times per month.
All Seasons Bokashi™ is made by fermenting wheat bran with molasses and SCD Probiotics. Bokashi has traditionally been used by Japanese farmers as a soil amendment to increase the nutrient level and microbial diversity of the soil. When you use All Seasons Bokashi™ to maintain high populations of beneficial and efficient microbes* in the soil, they will: Promote germination, flowering, fruiting and ripening in plants Improve physical, chemical and biological environments in the soil and help to eliminate soil-borne pathogens and pests Enhance the photosynthetic capacity of plants and ensure better germination and plant establishment Increase the effectiveness of organic materials as fertilizers Eliminate putrefactive soil that stresses plants