How to use bokashi

It’s easy to get started with bokashi. In your apartment, in your home, your office or your restaurant.

We’re here to help you make great soil from your food scraps at home or work. The process is basically the same whether you’re doing it on a balcony, in a garden, or on a farm. But we’ve worked out some different methods that make it easy for you to get started. Here you’ll find step-by-step instructions – and if you want to learn more, please join us at one of our workshops.

  • Transform your food scraps into fertile soil.
  • Start a garden on your balcony, in your yard or on your street.
  • Grow your own herbs, vegetables and flowers close to home.
  • Divert organic waste from landfill.
  • Help make Myanmar cleaner and greener.

ဘိုကာရှီမြေဆွေးလုပ်နည်းဖြင် ့စတင်လိုက်ပါ။

  • သင့်ရဲ့အစားအစာအကြွင်းအကျန်တွေကို ဩဇာအာဟာရပြည့်ဝတဲ့ မြေဆီမြေဆွေးကောင်းအြ ဖစ် ပြောင်းလဲလိုက်ပါ။
  • သင့်အိမ်လသာဆောင်၊ သင့်ခြံ သို့ သင့်လမ်းထဲမှာ စတင်စိုက်ပျိုးပါ။
  • အိမ်နားဝန်းကျင်မှာပဲ ဟင်းခ ပ်အမွှေးအကြိုင်ပင်၊ ဟင်းသီးဟင်းရွက်နဲ့ ပန်းမန်တွေစိုက်ပျိုးပါ။
  • သဘာဝအမှိုက်တွေကို အမှိုက်ပုံကနေ လမ်းလွှဲပါ။
  • မြန်မာပြည်ကိုပိုမိုသန့်ရှင်းစိမ်းလန်းအောင် ကူညီလုပ်ဆောင်ပါ။

Learn how to make bokashi in your:

Apartment or home

Bokashi works really well in apartments and all kinds of normal homes. It’s great if you have a balcony or a garden, but you can also make soil and grow plants in containers.

Large garden

Large gardens create a lot of brown leaves and other garden waste. Learn how you can combine these with your food waste bokashi to greatly reduce your trash and increase the fertility in your garden.

Hotel or restaurant

We run a food waste collection service for hotels and restaurants in Yangon. If your hotel has a garden, we can help you create a kitchen garden and set up a bokashi system for your food waste.

Community or school

Bokashi works really well in schools, monasteries, meditation centers and other types of local community. All you need is food waste and a garden!

Local wet market

Everywhere there is a wet market, there is a chance to start a bokashi yard and use the valuable organic waste to make quick and odour-free compost close by.

Frequently-asked questions

Have a lot of questions you’d like a quick answer to? There’s a good chance you’ll find the answer here! If not, contact us and ask.

Want to join one of our upcoming workshops?

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