Earth Probiotic Earth Composting Bag

by Earth Probiotic
Code
00478800000624
R489.95
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Ingredients

Made from upcycled advertising billboard

Warnings

No hazardous ingredients present

Directions

- Tap off liquid from the bokashi bin into a watering can and top up with water to about 2L in total, then set aside. - Add a thick layer of scrunched up newspaper and torn up cardboard, to half fill the bag. - Then cover the paper layer with a mix of garden waste, compost, or soil. - Add a thin layer of bokashi fermented food waste to the centre of the bag and spread out. - Cover the food waste completely with a layer comprised of a mixture of garden waste, compost, soil, torn up newspaper and/or cardboard. - Continue until the bokashi bin is empty. You will have added about 5 layers of fermented food waste. - Sprinkle water/bokashi juice over this layer and cover completely with a thick layer of garden waste. Zip bag closed. Leave undisturbed for at least 2 weeks. - Place the composting bag on soil, newspaper or cardboard to soak up any excess liquid (do not place on a solid surface or floor). - Two weeks later, thoroughly mix the contents with a garden fork. Add water if too dry. Contents should be moist and not wet. Zip closed. - Mix every week (adding water if necessary) until the compost is cool to the touch, smells earthy and food waste is not visible. If you are unsure whether the contents are ready, rather leave for another week. You can compost in batches by waiting until the contents of the bag is ready and then empty it out and start again. Or, you can add up to 2 more 25L bokashi bins of fermented food waste to the current batch (in layers as above omitting the first layer of newspaper and cardboard).

Dietary Summary

  • Suitable For Vegan
 

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