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Bokashi is Japanese for “fermented organic matter” and in this method of composting, food scraps are digested anaeorbically in a sealed container. Bokashi composting is a safe, quick, and convenient way to compost in your kitchen, garage, or apartment, using a specific group of microorganisms to
Not every property is blessed with an abundance of sweet, loamy soil. Sometimes it is necessary to create soil. It may be that where you live has little soil, or is extremely rocky or has other environmental constraints. Jenni Blackmore, author of Permaculture for the Rest of Us: Abundant Living on Less than an Acre offers several soil building …
Ross Mars, author of The Permaculture Transition Manual: A Comprehensive Guide to Resilient Living, is a scientist with a PhD in Environmental Science and a highly regarded permaculture teacher and designer. In today's blog, he shares his secrets for making successful hot compost piles.
This is by far the best method, but it does have …
Welcome to spring! If you are like me, your fingers are itching to get into the dirt. Creating fertile and healthy soil is fundamental to growing healthy plants.