The Significance of Bokashi Compost Obtained from Beneficial Microorganisms on Sustainability and Waste Disposal

Şerife Hilal Evcim, İlknur Gümüş

Abstract


It is known that the use of chemicals is one of the leading factors that cause soil pollution. Studies are carried out to developed new methods for reducing the damage caused by chemical inputs that continue to increase and to ensure the sustainability of wastes by creating awareness of nature protection in product cultivation and consumption. In addition, the irregular storage of household waste has become a serious problem in our country. This problem greatly affects climate change by causing environmental pollution. In order to reduce or even eliminate these effects, bokashi compost, which is obtained from organic wastes, has been produced for many years in the world with the aim of improving the physical and chemical properties of soils, increasing productivity and sustainability. The aim of this study is to determine the importance of bokashi compost, which is produced with the help of beneficial microorganisms, which is an effective soil conditioner to maintain the existence of our natural ecosystem that does not cause environmental damage, in terms of sustainability.


Keywords


Bokashi, Compost, Sustainability, Waste

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