Bokashi is Japanese for fermented organic matter. EM•1 Bokashi is made with certified organic rice bran, Super C EM-X Ceramic powder, EM•1® Microbial Inoculant, and molasses. EM•1 Microbial Inoculant helps balance the microbial ecology of the soil and supply nutrients to your garden. Help reduce landfill inputs by recycling your kitchen waste!
Advantages of composting kitchen waste with EM•1 Bokashi:
- Accelerates rate of composting by supplying beneficial microorganisms
- Decreases composting time by up to 50%
- Reduces odors of organic material
- From waste to wonderful... from scraps to splendor!
The 2 lb package is enough to treat two 5 gallon food waste buckets (10 gallons total). EM•1 Bokashi can also be used to control litter box odor! Add two cups of Bokashi to fresh litter and as needed thereafter.
TeraKashi: Discontinued 2022
TeraKashi Bokashi has the original Effective Microorganisms, organic rice bran and Malibu Compost. For use anywhere you might use Bokashi as well as in the garden. This product is no longer available.
How to Use:
Fermentation bucket: Sprinkle a handful of Bokashi on fresh food waste after it is placed in fermentation bucket. Use enough Bokashi to coat food waste thoroughly. Shop Here.
Compost pile: Sprinkle a handful of Bokashi on fresh food waste. Fermented food waste can be buried in a hole and covered with 6 inches of soil or layered in a compost pile to accelerate decomposition.
Use Bokashi within 1 year of purchase.
Environment: Outdoors, Crops, Orchards & Vineyards, Nursery, Greenhouse, Grow Room, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, Pond & Environment, Household Use, Container Plants, Houseplants, Household Pets, Horses, Farm Animals, Livestock, Zoo Animals, Vegetable Gardens
Storage: Store in original container. Store in a dry location.
SKU 1202435 (5 gal/22 lb) ships via UPS Ground only.
Shelf Life: Indefinite
Active Ingredients/Guaranteed Analysis: Organic Rice Bran, EM-1, Molasses, EM Ceramic Powder
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Sep 16, 2021 | By King-Kok Cheung
It works and comes in a convenient bucket
Jan 29, 2018 | By Eleonora