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DIY home made FREE(almost) EM Bokashi Mix (Not using store concentrate!)

I've been doing some Bokashi posts in the last few days on my website for some friends who were asking about it. The search function on ning doesn't seem to have filters or advanced search functionality so I couldn't really check to see if this has already been discussed. I figured I'd post it here as well and if it helps someone, bonus!



http://carazy.net/diy-home-made-free-em-bokashi-mix/

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Comment by Andrew Cumberland on August 8, 2014 at 20:48

and there is another great use for whey!

Comment by Elaine de Saxe on August 7, 2014 at 16:57

Excellent! As a previous user of Bokashi EM I do know that buying the stuff really adds up especially when you generate a great deal of vege scraps.

Oh ho … the exploding Molasses! Yep, been there and done that and had no idea about farting microbes ;-) At least you've sorted that out for me!

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