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Why maximize the nutrient tea from a bokashi bin? Because it doesn't involve a shovel. Nutrient teas cycle upto 17x more through your soil. They are more easily targeted to your plant's roots, and are thus easier to absorb by the plants. Leafy greens such as Swiss Chard, Kale, etc can absorb the nutrients and be back on your table in 3 weeks time. And best of all, nutrient teas don't require a shovel. Did I say that already? It is the hot summer and the more I can do in air-conditioning, the better.
Dome School Biochar Garden
Is a soil with biochar better? What can we expet from biochar additions to our soil? Here is a good video of a school garden and healthy looking plants. What I think is the most beneficial aspect of biochar is that it can also be used to take a waste and make it into something more valuable. I am not talking about wood chips. I am talking about urine. I think that it is clear to most people that urine has a beneficial value. The question is about safety. Just as bokashi and fermentation are safe, natural ways to preserve foods and food scraps, we need to look more into options for handling our urine. Only after we have demonstrated safe handling practices for urine, can we move on to the more complicated subjects. Click here to read more and see the video.