Dried Bokashi – Natural Bran 600g

Dried Bokashi – Natural Bran 600g

£6.95

Dried Bokashi® is a fermented wheat bran substrate that naturally promotes fermentation of any organic waste. It suppresses unpleasant odours and boosts successful fermentation of kitchen waste in the Bokashi household composter. Once food waste has fully fermented, it can be worked into soil as a fertiliser. The liquid run-off is also an excellent fertiliser for indoor pot plants or in the garden.

SKU: MBioBokashi600 Categories: ,

How does it work?

  • effective microorganisms prevent putrefaction whilst encouraging the fermentation of organic waste
  • eliminates food waste
  • reduces unpleasant odours
  • creates a rich fermented compost for your garden
  • produces liquid runoff which also boosts fertility in indoor and outdoor plants

Shelf life: Unlimited if stored in a dry place. 

What's in it?

Ingredients: Wheat bran*, spelt husks*, microorganisms, sugar cane molasses, sunflower oil*, sugar cane molasses, calcified marine algae. *from organic farming

 

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