Bokashi: What, why and how?
Wednesday January 10th, 2024
Bokashi composting is an ingenious practice for increasing the organic matter content of soil. Not only does this boost overall soil health, but it also increases the amount of carbon that it can store and the quantity of water it can hold, thereby increasing resilience to extreme weather conditions.
Improving soil health is an important aspect of our work to improve freshwater environments. Supported by the Carlsberg and WWF partnership, we’re hosting knowledge-sharing events for farmers and landowners to increase the adoption and practice of water sensitive farming.
With thanks to Andrew Sincock and Agriton for offering their training services.
Read our latest case study to find out more here.