Win A Bokashi Composting Bin from Wiggly Wigglers (Worth £39.75!)
What if there was a method of composting that was so simple that it could easily be fitted into even the busiest lifestyles? What if there was a method of composting that was so quick that the kitchen waste from a large family could be composted in something as small as an 18-litre bin? What if there was a method of composting that meant that even the smelliest meat scraps (old fish skins anyone?) could be composted indoors; without smells and without attracting vermin? What if there was a method of composting where the drained-off liquid could be used to keep drains fresh?Not even our superb composting worms can achieve all those things, but now there are some creatures that can! We'd like to introduce you to beneficial micro-organisms... Beneficial micro-organisms are, we believe, going to revolutionise composting. The concept behind them was developed by Professor Teruo Higa from the University of the Ryukyus in Okinawa back in the early nineties. His original idea was to take a mixture of the most beneficial of the naturally occurring micro-organisms and combine them into inoculants to increase the microbial diversity of soils. Research has shown that the inoculation of the soil/plant ecosystem with such cultures can improve soil quality, soil health and the growth, yield, and quality of crops. Their amazing effects in a composting system were only noticed later.
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The winner will be announced on via email on or after 31st October 2018.
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