Bokashi & Biochar for Better Gardens (Justin Dolan: St Michael’s Permaculture Country Club)

Dec 11, 2020 | 0 comments

Building healthy soil is a cornerstone of a productive garden.

Today, Justin shares with us his recipe for making bokashi which is a bio-fermentation process designed to quickly break down organic matter into compost, inoculating the soil with beneficial microorganisms.

Justin enhances his bokashi with mycelium and microorganisms that he harvests from the forest.

He then adds biochar in the mix to increase surface area for absorption and slow release of nutrients and moisture when the plants need it most.

If you enjoyed this peek into Justin’s world, be sure to check out the full-length podcast episode right here.

If you don’t have a pen and paper handy to take notes, no worries, we’ve prepared a PDF with Justin's Bokashi Recipe for you!

You can download it at: https://regenerationnationcr.com/bokashi

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Music by Nate Stephens





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