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It operates in an anaerobic process (without any oxygen supply). It has to be hermetically sealed after each use for the good development of the bacteria, between 20°C to 25°C.
 
It operates in an anaerobic process (without any oxygen supply). It has to be hermetically sealed after each use for the good development of the bacteria, between 20°C to 25°C.
 
The composting outputs are:
 
The composting outputs are:
- A very nutritious juice for the plants (which has to be diluted a hundred times with water)
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* A very nutritious juice for the plants (which has to be diluted a hundred times with water)
- A solid compost full of minerals and micro-organisms
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* A solid compost full of minerals and micro-organisms

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Message definition (Compost Bokashi de cuisine)
Le bokashi est le produit obtenu par la fermentation des déchets organiques inséminé par des EM A.
Il faut le fermer hermétiquement après chaque utilisation pour que les bactéries se développent au mieux, avec une température de 20°C à 25°C.
Le résultat du compostage est :
* Un jus très nutritif pour les plantes (à diluer à 1% avec de l’eau)
* Un compost solide riche en minéraux et micro-organismes
TranslationThe bokashi is produced through the organic waste fermentation, inseminated with EMs A.
It operates in an anaerobic process (without any oxygen supply). It has to be hermetically sealed after each use for the good development of the bacteria, between 20°C to 25°C.
The composting outputs are:
* A very nutritious juice for the plants (which has to be diluted a hundred times with water)
* A solid compost full of minerals and micro-organisms

The bokashi is produced through the organic waste fermentation, inseminated with EMs A. It operates in an anaerobic process (without any oxygen supply). It has to be hermetically sealed after each use for the good development of the bacteria, between 20°C to 25°C. The composting outputs are:

  • A very nutritious juice for the plants (which has to be diluted a hundred times with water)
  • A solid compost full of minerals and micro-organisms