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Remove the compost, and place it in a breathable cardboard box or jute bag. Locally grown fruit should be used for this. It is important that the materials and the fermenting liquid are mixed evenly. Fermentative microorganisms can be found on the surface of fruits and vegetables. The lid is closed once everything has been placed in the container, but since gas is produced by the fermenting liquid, the lid should be loosened. There is no specific quantity required. Adding organic waste Chop the organic waste finely, place it in the container and mix well.

Once the fermenting bed has been dried, it can be stored for long periods. Make fermenting bed Rice bran and rice husks Use the fermenting liquid prepared at Step 1 to make fermenting bed necessary for compositing. This completes the fermenting bed. In Japan, these include yoghurt, natto, rice malt, pickles, kimuchi, dry yeast, etc.

Mix the compost once per day, to allow air to reach the bacteria. The measure of success is a sweet-and-sour smell. A shopping basket, bamboo basket, earthenware pot or cardboard box can be used as a container. These can be obtained from fermented foods. A container is required for household compost. Fermented foods are available in many countries. The concentration of sugar should be enough for the water to be sweet to the taste.


If there is less rice bran in the mix, it may take longer, however. The measure of success is if the mixture smells slightly sour, like a pickle. For this reason, fungus is included here.

The fermentative microorganisms will proliferate in days. Only the stems of the mushrooms are used. If it smells like alcohol then the process is complete.

Since gas is produced by the fermenting liquid, the lid should be loosened.

Once everything has been placed in the container it should be closed. We will explain the steps. A breathable container Add organic waste Removing the compost. The white bacteria on fallen leaves in forests is actinomycete. Add the fermenting liquid to the base materials, and mix well.

Cover the fermenting bed. Leaf mold, however, contains contaminant bacteria, so should not be placed in sugar water. We will show you how to produce fermenting liquid with vegetables, fruits, and salt water.

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Mature the compost The compost that has been removed cannot be used as fertilizer immediately. Any leaf or takakira vegetable not root vegetables may be used. Use a breathable container.

If a small quantity is used, the process will be completed more slowly. Fermentation Cover the fermenting bed with breathable fabric to ensure that insects do not get in.


There is no need to add the konpos itself. If necessary, add water to maintain an appropriate level of liquid. Keep the container covered properly to avoid entering of insects. The cover can be made from jute bags, newspaper or fabric. A fermentative microorganism is required in takkakura to compost organic waste. Once the container is full, part of the compost should be removed.

This takes between three days and a week. Actinomycete breaks down fibers.

Environmental Management

Removing the compost If the breakdown of organic waste has taken place as expected, it should take around 3 months for the container to become full. How to use a compost container of organic waste Finally organic waste will be changed to compost.

The conditions are just right if no water seeps out when the compost is squeezed, and the compost forms a lump when the hand is opened. First, take some of the fermenting bed in your hand and squeeze it.

Since there is a possibility that bacteria have entered the mix, the sanitation of the fermented food and the water should be confirmed.