Any of you tried feeding finished bokashi to your worm herd?
I recycle nutrients from kitchen scraps and coffee grounds into bokashi buckets. Once the buckets are filled, and bokashi ripened up, I dump the contents out into the outdoor compost bin for further composting action. From the outdoors compost bin I take on occasion partially composted materials and give it to my red wiggler worm herd. They go wild over it. I have wondered if the worms would go for some of the ripened bokashi if I presented it to them directly. I would think the worms would feed on the bacteria that pickles the bokashi, however, am wary of any negative impact to the worm bin environment due to changes in pH.
Have any of you given your worm herd bokashi? Please share your experiences with me and others here.
The flower...I grow morning glories in containers, and amend the container growing medium with vermicompost. The flowers respond so nicely, it's incredible. It makes making the VC worthwhile.
All the best,