Shanny asked 10 months ago

Hi, my compost starts to get moldy very soon. How can I avoid it and what do I do with this happens?

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Nicki Casley Staff answered 10 months ago

Note that white mold is a healthy and good part of bokashi composting. Its a fungi, and nothing to be concerned about. It is very beneficial for your garden.
If you see dark color molds, then something has gone wrong. These are rotting microbes, and we want to avoid them in any composting. If you see these, then likely your bokashi bran is not viable anymore, or you have not used enough of it, or you have not spread it throughout the bin evenly. Our premium bokashi bran has a shelf life of at least 18 months, provided it has been stored properly (airtight container, close to room temperature, out of direct sunlight).

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