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Old 04-13-2011, 09:49 PM
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Many times it is called compost. Not 8 miles away form me are some drudged ponds that have a huge pile of "compost" that they are selling in bulk. Pretty good stuff.
That reminds me of the "Black Gold" Thread, that we had a couple years ago... It is great stuff IMO...

There is a lot of negativity due to the fact it did not meet the criteria of AACT, so that is why I am curious as to whether non aerated compost had another name...
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Old 04-13-2011, 11:39 PM
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That reminds me of the "Black Gold" Thread, that we had a couple years ago... It is great stuff IMO...

There is a lot of negativity due to the fact it did not meet the criteria of AACT, so that is why I am curious as to whether non aerated compost had another name...
Effective Microorganisms or Bokashi.
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Old 04-14-2011, 09:53 AM
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Effective Microorganisms or Bokashi.
Thanks... That proved to be an interestting read... Wiki had it as another form of compost, so I guess one would call it bokashi compost...

The black gold would just call anerobic compost, becuz the bokashi bacteria are probably different from what is in the lakes around here...
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