Making Organic Bokashi Fertilizer

The Manide EcoFarmers were making aerobic Bokashi fertilizer combining carabao manure, kakawate leaves, carbonized rice hulls and rice bran and then adding indigenous microorganisms to the mix! 

We are excited to see the effects of this organic fertilizer on the vegetable crops!  Unlike synthetic fertilizers that deplete the soil of its nutrients, organic fertilizers improve soil structure, water retention and are sustainable and environmentally friendly!

Many thanks to Renalyn for the tutorial, and thanks also to our very attentive tiny helpers!!

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