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envirobokashi bucket eco/organic fertiliser!

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Posted by SILENTSHOPPER 18 Aug 2010 - 1:51:00 PM

A wonderful Eco friendly/organic way of fertilising my gardens and pot plants have been the purchase of 2x Bokashi buckets worth around $70-$100 depending on how many you may need. You can put all you tablescraps, seafood including frames and prawn shells etc in it. You are provided with some organic material which you sprinkle on top and put the lid back on and let it do the work for you. I Keep it in my kitchen, never has a smell to it until you lift the lid and even then if is nothing you can't handle, no matter what is in it. The only things I find later after extracting the fertiliser through the handy tap at the bottom is when i compost the left over big seeds are no good eg avocado seeds. Highly concentrated so only mix 1parts fertiliser to 100parts water, less for bromeliads.

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