Hot Compost Pile
This time I dumped my aged (two weeks) bokashi bucket in a hot compost pile that I was building.
I started with a bag of grass/straw clippings from my lawnmower bag. As you can see, some of the bucket is missing. I put about three handfuls in each of my 14-gallon worm tubs.
Oops, the rest of the bucket poured out, including the slightly damp straw on the bottom. Oh, well, it will all be mixed together after the pile is turned a few times. I continued piling the straw/grass mixture on top until I was done mowing.
I may have also added;
- fish emulsion
- homemade charcoal
- worm castings (since the worms have been fed bokashi, it’s a little redundant, isn’t it?)
- kombucha tea that has been re-fermented with worm castings (see worm castings, above).
- used coffee grounds, either fermented (bokaffee?), or not.
That’s enough for now. I am going outside to turn this heap/get my upper body workout/do my moving meditation.