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Published on Jun 9, 2007
Once buried, the Bokashi waste breaks down rapidly under the soil (usually 4-6 weeks sometimes slower in colder climates). This happens, when the waste and Efficient Microbes (EM) come into contact with oxygen in the soil. The Microbes are activated with moisture and heat and have a food source, and ideal conditions will provide a time period for the process.