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Die Wurmkiste

Bokashi Composting Set

Bokashi Composting Set

Regular price $111.00 USD
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Revolutionize your kitchen waste management with the Bokashi Bucket from Die Wurmkiste, an innovative solution transforming waste into valuable plant fertilizer. This system, tested and proven in a long-term study, stands out for its original design, high-quality craftsmanship, and practicality, all while being eco-friendly with its recycled plastic construction from the Czech Republic.

The Bokashi Bucket is a game-changer in composting, capable of processing diverse kitchen scraps that traditional composting can't handle, like citrus fruits, onion peels, and even dairy and meat products. Its fermentation process swiftly converts waste into compost soil, offering a quicker and more efficient method than standard composting.

For those generating significant amounts of organic waste, combining Bokashi with vermicomposting ensures that nothing goes to waste, maintaining flexibility in waste management.

The Bokashi Bucket, is more than just a compost bin; it's a commitment to sustainable living. By adopting this approach, you're not only enriching your garden but also contributing to a healthier planet.

Sustainability Impact Areas

  • Durable
  • Recyclable /Compostable
  • Resource Efficient
  • Recycled, Upcycled, 2nd Hand
  • Produced Regionally
  • Fair & Social

Sustainability Labels & Certificates

  • Klimabündnis

Product Specifications

In Bokashi, your kitchen waste is fermented into valuable plant fertilizer.

We tried out this Bokashi bucket in a long-term test and are very satisfied: the original and functional design, the high-quality workmanship and the practical details convinced us. Also made from recycled plastic and produced in the Czech Republic. Not every Bokashi on the market can shine with these properties.

The scope of delivery includes everything you need to get started at home:

- 1 Bokashi container, capacity 10.6 l
- Bokashi spreading agent (ferment) 600 g
- gritting spoon
- 3 pieces of filter fleece
- Instructions (printed on the inside of the packaging box)

**Now what is the advantage of Bokashi over regular composting?**

****Leftovers can also be processed that cannot be processed (as well) by composting alone (citrus fruits, large amounts of onion residues) or that actually should not be composted (food leftovers, dairy and meat products).
Due to the pre-treatment by fermentation, the conversion into finished compost soil runs very quickly

**What is the advantage of vermicomposting to Bokashi?**
When composting with worms, finished compost soil is created. The intermediate step of “soiling” is no longer necessary, which means that a worm composter can be used more flexibly. (More on earthing below.)
The Bokashi bucket must be sealed for 2-3 weeks to complete fermentation before it can be refilled. With vermicomposting, no resting period is necessary and it can be “fed” continuously. A second Bokashi bucket can help here.
A worm bin smells like a forest. (The Bokashi is fermenting and you can smell it, but only when you open it.)

**What are the benefits of combining vermicomposting and bokashi?**
100% plant fertilizer: Your kitchen waste is completely recycled
Sometimes there is too much organic waste for one system alone - by using both you remain flexible

Available in:

  • EU Wide

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