How do you make Bokashi inoculant?
- Dissolve the molasses in the water.
- Add EM-1 to the water mix.
- Pour dry flake material into the mixing container.
- Add 2/3 of the water mixture to the flake material and mix it together.
- Squeeze a handful of flakes together.
Then, how do you make Bokashi?
- Mix one gallon of the water with the molasses to dissolve the molasses.
- Mix the liquid thoroughly into the bran.
- Squeeze some of the bran into a ball.
- If using the bag, tie the bag tightly, squeezing out excess air.
- Place mixture somewhere warm and out of the way.
Secondly, what is Bokashi bran made of? Our premium bokashi compost accelerator (bran) is a careful mix of EM (essential microbes), water, sugar and bran. Each of these ingredients plays a critical role in building a healthy environment for the bokashi microbes to thrive.
Also know, how do you make EM 1 inoculant and Bokashi?
- Add molasses to water and mix well.
- Add Em serum.
- put wheat bran in mixing container or on something to mix on if one is making large amounts.
- add liquid slowly and mix vigourously till all liquid is added.
- For my ferment I do 5 gallon buckets and trash bags.
- Store for 14 days in cool dark area for fermenting.
What can you not put in Bokashi?
- Food that is already rotten or mouldy.
- Large bones.
- Shellfish shells like hard crab shells.
- Synthetic tea bags or staples.
- Liquids like milk.
- If you're adding cooked food scraps, like the scraps from making your own stock, drain the scraps so they're not too wet.