As of the year 2000, the United States led the world in municipal waste generation per person per year with 760 kgs. That’s 10.14% higher than the runner up, Australia, but of course Australia has roughly 300 million less people than the United States. This is not a good statistic to lead the world in. A large part of our municipal waste generation is food scraps, and one way that each of us can contribute to lowering the overall MWG is by starting a home composting program. But, home composting is hard and takes a long time, right? No, it...
Today, let us tell you more about BierKashi: What is it and how can you use it in your garden!
What is Bokashi anyway?
The word Bokashi comes from the Japanese language and roughly translates to “fading away,” a phrase that accurately describes the process that happens when food scraps are added to the Bokashi substance itself. This process was created by Dr. Teruo Higa who was a professor at the University of Ryukyus in Okinawa, Japan back in the 1980’s.