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Bokashi Dry Material

Southern Oregon Bokashi is a composed of symbiotic microorganisms (Lactic Acid Bacteria, Yeasts, and Photosynthetic Bacteria) grown onto a grain substrate that when utilized has been shown to:

  • Breakdown nutrients from the soil therefore making the nutrients more available to plants
  • Reduces the amount of fertilizer needed to achieve healthy productive plants
  • Increase soil microbial activity in soils and, as a foliar spray, on leaves
  • Improves soil structure, stable aggregates, and water holding capacity therefore reducing runoff and soil erosion
  • Increase photosynthetic capacity of plants
  • Suppress soil borne disease and pests
  • Improve plant growth and fosters the formation of larger flowering sets
  • Dramatically speeds up composting of manures and organic waste
  • Can be used in conjunction with organic, synthetic fertilizers, and other mycorrhizal products
  • Provides high levels of polysaccharides, micro-nutrients, beneficial enzymes, and organic acids
  • The bio-available nutrients for the microbial populations aid in the increased aggregate stability and prevention of the pore space from collapsing during heavy irrigation or rains

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Material Safety Data Sheet

NPK Analysis

Heavy Metal Report