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Bokashi Pet Cycle Fermentation System

Your Price: $136.95
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Part Number:BPC01

Bokashipetcycle - pickles your pets waste, kills pathogens that contaminate ground water, keeps waste out of the landfill

Disposing of pet waste is a problem.  You can now reduce the risk of contaminating ground water, turn pet waste into something useful, and feel good about keeping the waste out of the landfill and garbage can.

Fill the fermenter about 1/2 full with water.  Add a cup of accelerant and a sprinkle of powder to the fermenter.  Then scoop the waste into the fermenter and close it up.  The microbes will kill pathogens, break down the waste, and eliminate most of the odors efficiently.  Pour the end product into a trench, mix it with soil and cover over the top and leave it alone for a week.  You will have rich soil for your ornamental garden plants.

Contents include:

2 - 3.5 gallon Bokashi Pet Cycle fermenters (completely assembled)

2 - anaerobic locking lids to exclude oxygen while the waste is processing

3 - 400 gram Bokashi culture mix bags

1 - Bokashi dispenser

1 - gallon Bokashi Accelerant Concentrate

1 - Spritz bottle for diluted accelerant

1 - Flyer booklet Complete instructions

Bokashi Pet Cycle - Fermenting System to safely and rapidly transform pet waste into a product that restores nutrients and microbes to the soil for ornamental plants is the better simple choice

  • Eliminates pet waste odor
  • Reduces ground water run-off contamination
  • Diverts pet waste away from the landfill
  • Reduces greenhouse gas production
  • Rapidly metabolizes pet waste to nutrient and microbial rich soil for ornamental plants
  • Eliminates methane production in an acidic anaerobic process
  • Removes the risk of toxoplasmosis and other parasites getting into municipal water supplies
  • Safe and easy to employ

5 Stars
The kit arrived promptly and all the components were well labeled. Easy to follow instructions. My neighbor came by to drop something on my back porch. I told her I had a doggy doo fermentation going. She said she smelled nothing. Amazing process. Highly recommend pet owners to check this out.
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Reviewed by:  from Corvallis. on 7/31/2020