S Carreg wrote: I just need to know if I can make any use of the slime I currently have.
Ollie Puddlemaker wrote:
I really think, it's better/best to make your own EM. Yes, there is a little 'learning curve', but after you've been through the process a time or two, you know what to do/expect. The cost is so much cheaper, you have more control of the process and quality and you can better understand how/why Bokashi works. I'm thinking somewhere in both of the previous stated earlier attempts something/somewhere was out of balance and you got the results that you did, but you didn't know it was off/happening until the end. As, Mark, has discovered when it works, it works very well. It's a great tool to have, don't give up on it so easily...
S Carreg wrote: I want to know if I can use the slime now? I have a lot of veg beds to prepare, poor soil, and limited resources to get us started. Can I just dig the slime in and leave the soil to rest a few weeks and then plant as normal?
Mark Livett wrote:Making the bran looks to be a messy job, anything involving molasses usually is.