Turn your waste plant materials into Bokashi!
Bokashi is the Japanese word for “well fermented organic material”, it is a way to turn your organic remains into a very rich soil improver. Bokashi is the result of a centuries-old technique: fermentation. By adding effective micro-organisms (Actiferm) and anaerobic (without oxygen) processing to your waste, you turn them into a valuable soil improver. In order to obtain an optimal result, sea shell lime and clay minerals are usually added, but this depends on the application. For more information read the pdf articles below.
Edasil Clay Minerals are clay granules, 0.5 – 2 mm in size which are extracted in Southern Germany. These clay particles play a very important role in soil fertility as they can regulate the moisture in the soil very well. They also contain indispensable grass elements and form an important part of the clay humus complex (CHC).
Active micro-organisms for better conversion! Actiferm are ready-to-use effective microorganisms (EM) which are a mixture of active bacteria, fungi and yeasts. Actiferm increases the natural balance and biodiversity, ensures a better and more efficient conversion, is simple and inexpensive. Actiferm is not harmful to machines, soil, plants, animals and humans.
Ægir Seashell Grit is used to regulate PH stabilisation and for improving soil life. It is a 100% natural product made by living organisms from the sea.
The shells are cleaned, heated and uniformly ground giving a coarse lime source with a long-lasting stable pH.