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How to compost with Bokashi

Fall is here! The weather may be cooling and leaves falling from the trees, but our garden is still teeming with life and colour! Click on the images to enlarge.

 

A lot of people who come and visit us are also very surprised to see a garden in full bloom at this time of the year, but our blooms will usually last until the first frosts, which usually arrive in the middle or end of October. It’s quite a sight, seeing all the frozen flowers when the first frosts arrive! Our very young flower meadow is also looking quite good right now, even if it is quite a new addition to the garden, which hasn’t established itself quite yet. Last year, we  started planting this meadow, which we hope will become larger and larger every year and help us attract even more insects and birds into our garden. Here are the first images of our meadow, which is coming along quite nicely. It will probably take another 2 years before it is completed, but we are loving the red poppies and purple flowers!

This week on our channel:

We are passionate about gardening in an organic and sustainable way, so this week, we show you an easy and odourless way to compost, which you can do regardless of wether you live in a house og an apartment. Introducing: Bokashi!

Check our the video here:

OTHER NEWS THIS WEEK:

NEW!! Come meet us in Los Altos Hills, CA! October 16th-18th, 2019. We still have some availability for our workshops and Lecture during these days and really look forward to seeing you there! The organiser of the event is Uncommon Threads. Click here for more information.

NEW!! COME JOIN US IN FREEPORT, MAINE! November 23rd – 24th, 2019. We are delighted to announce that we will be spending two days at the award winning hotel, the  Harraseeket Inn in downtown Freeport, to teach 4 classes that will leave inspired with new knitting techniques and design ideas. This event is organised by Grace Robinson & Co. Click here for more information.

Dream Knitting Cruise from Sydney to New Zealand. Yes!!! We are delighted to announce that we are returning to Australia and visiting New Zealand in 2020. Join us for this amazing 12 day, 11 night Knitting Cruise that departs from Sydney on March 27th, 2020 and visits all the amazing sights in New Zealand! More information is available here and here.

 

IN OUR WEBSHOP THIS WEEK: Hedvig and Gunnhild are two of our most popular designs. The patterns for both this floral crochet throws are available here.

Enjoy!
ARNE & CARLOS

    • marthie horn on September 30, 2019 at 5:21 am

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    EXCELLENT PRESENTATION..
    THANK YOU SO MUCH.

    • Jody on September 30, 2019 at 6:19 am

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    Thank you for sharing your garden and Bokashi tips with us. Those are some beautiful Autumn pictures!
    Your meadow is going to be so lovely, and the happiness it will provide will be priceless.

    • Deb on September 30, 2019 at 1:49 pm

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    I learned something new today! I compost the traditional way but am now convinced I like this Bokashi method even better. I even have a free day to get started! Thank you for sharing this information. I look forward to seeing your kitchen garden as it develops.

    • Emily on September 30, 2019 at 2:47 pm

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    This is wonderful! I just started bokashing composting myself, because I live in Northern Ontario, and it’s seemed a better method for me personally than traditional composting: it’s hard to turn a traditional compost when you’re buried under 5 feet of snow for more than half the year! Lol! Thank you for posting this. I’m still new at this method of composting and you have boost my confidence 🙂

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    I looked on Amazon.ca and they have the kits and the enzymes. for Bokashi

    • Marienella Nelson on October 1, 2019 at 12:54 am

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    Hello my favorite two guys,

    I have enjoyed many of your knitting instructional videos and patterns. Besides these, I am really enjoying watching this video on compost as I love gardening. Thank you very much. You are both a joy to watch and listen.

    • Mrudula Mangalvedkekar on October 1, 2019 at 9:25 am

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    Hello, I live in India. And I am doing Bokashi for the last 3 years and I have started providing services to people to help them compost their kitchen waste in their home using Bokashi method. Since space is a major constraint here, I do the curing process ( soil factory) slightly different than yours. For the same reason I can’t use plastic buckets for curing process. My customers are also liking this process.

    • Vicki on October 1, 2019 at 1:03 pm

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    You live in a beautiful place. 😊

    • Sue on October 2, 2019 at 2:02 pm

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    Wonderful! We used to have a food waste collection service by our local authority which has stopped now, so this would be a perfect substitute. Thanks so much Arne & Carlos for showing us this and your fabulous garden.

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