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Bokashi Pet Cycle Fermentation System

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ASIN B005U65Z18
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Best Sellers Rank #5,614,576 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#461 in Home & Kitchen > Storage & Organization > Trash, Recycling & Compost > In-Home Composting Bins
#166,441 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining > Storage & Organization

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I was so excited to try this rather than scoop and toss my dogs poo into a landfill. I watched all the videos and researched like crazy... I thought it was too good to be true. And in my case, it was. I followed the instructions exactly...I put in all the stuff that came in the starter kit into the first bucket to set it up, put poo in it for 1 wk (spritzing and spinkling stuff everytime I added to it) and let it sit for 1 week. I was worried about releasing methane because it is anarobic compost...but it doesnt seem to do that and no smell comes from the bucket (yet). Even when you open it to add to it, it isn't too bad of a smell.

So here is where it all fell apart. After the week that I left the bucket untouched, I dug a hole just like I was supposed to. I was worried this composted waste would be a little acidic, so I put some fire charcoal and dried grass clippings in the hole too...in an effort to keep balance to the dirt's ph. OH MY GOD!! As soon as I started pouring the poo in, I knew this system was a mistake. Imagine a bucket full of raw, wet sewage. It turned it into diarrhea, it was horrendous!! And it did not smell slightly vinegary...it smelled like the bog of eternal stench! I was so embarrassed and grossed out, and poop doesn't freak me out normally. But man, that sure did! Never again! I have the 2nd bucket full of poop sitting in my garage because I am DREADING dumping it. I poured in all the rest of the bran and compost starter to buy me some time. Ugh!
On an environmental note...I just poured raw wet sewage into my backyard!! Not composted and not sanitary, and I would not want to get it in our groundwater. I would have been better off putting dry poop in a hole, mixing it with dirt, and covering it up!
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