Composting & Bokashi
There are many ways to compost. Most people simply mound garden wastes in a pile and simply let them rot. Although there isn't a lot of effort that goes into this, it takes a long time for materials to break down, sometimes longer than a year.
A more proactive approach is to set up a series of two to three bins. Materials are added to one bin and mounded up. After the bin is full, the material from the first is transferred to the second bin. This adds air and speeds the break down process. The more often the materials are transferred, the faster the material breaks down.
The bin process can be sped up more by adding worms. Worms do require protection for excessive heat and freezing. Worms do act quickly and their wastes are great for growing.
EM Technology® can be incorporated into these methods...with the added twist of our fermentation process in the bokashi food waste recycling systems. Check our other categories for more information.