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Southern Oregon Bokashi

Posted by roguejim 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 29, 14 at 3:49

I was just wondering if anyone here has ever heard of, or used this product. It's a new one on me, and so far, almost no one I've talked with has even heard of it. Do you think it has merit, based on the product description?

http://www.sobokashi.com/#!page3/cee5


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RE: Southern Oregon Bokashi

I use it along with composts and alfalfa to create a healthier microbial environment. There's an additional benefit, that it provides more organic material for decomposition and soil aggregates.
It goes for about 15 bucks a kg (2.2 lbs) which is not prohibitively expensive.

I also add minerals from the Dead Sea. It always looks weird when I bring back soil, but I really believe it makes a difference because of depletion issues where I live. It's pretty simple, just to go there and bring back some dirt. :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Dead Sea Tours


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