生ごみ堆肥の作り方(How to Bokashi your food waste)

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Bokashi発酵システムを使用して食品廃棄物を堆肥にする方法を紹介しています。

非電動式の生ゴミ容器を使ってますねぇ。

ボカシをまぶして発酵させます。

生ゴミが微生物によって分解されています。

土中の微生物の力も借ります。

土に穴を掘って、発酵した生ゴミをいれ、土をかぶせて、1ヶ月以上置きます。

液肥も使います。

生ゴミが微生物によって分解されて、堆肥に、土に還っていくのが、よくわかります。

めぐりめぐって、食物廃棄物が堆肥になって、作物を育てるのです。

How to Bokashi your food waste

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Ben Elms aka Dr Compost shows you how to use the Bokashi fermenting system to compost your food waste. Once the bucket food waste has been set aside for a week, dig it in to your garden to fertilise and increase the biology of your soil. Better for the planet, better for your plants.

You don’t need to buy expensive bokashi mixes and buckets! You are just doing fermentative instead of putrefactive composting your food. People have done this for centuries to preserve foods like cabbage, pickles, eggs, you name it. The only difference is you add a second fungal saprobe step to make soil. To start, you just need an anaerobic environment and acidophilus bacteria. Sprinkle a capsule of acidophilus probiotic from a healthfood store into a single 5 gallon bucket with a Gamma Seal lid, add food (meats, etc. are okay), and screw on the lid. You can add more food from a smaller kitchen bucket every day. If it smells like vinegar when you open the lid, it’s working. A single bucket allows fluid buildup that surrounds the food and increases the bacterial breakdown- you don’t need to drain it away. Whenever you add more food and seal the bucket just roll it on its side a few times to redistribute the acidophilus rich fluids. When you’ve filled the bucket, leave it closed for 2 weeks, then bury just under a patch of healthy soil for a month or more. Try to leave some fluid in the bottom of the bucket to innoculate the next batch. Meanwhile, fungus in the soil will permeate the predigested food scraps and complete the transformation into good compost. If you don’t have good soil with saprobic fungi, fill a bucket from a healthy forest and sprinkle a little of this soil on top of the fermented food each time you bury it. You can later dig up the compost or leave it and let the nearby plants benefit. Bokashi became a money making scheme that retarded its introduction but it is really very simple and you don’t need to buy anything to make it work.

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