Composting is the process of turning organic waste into nutrients for the soil through the process of decomposing. This process recycles organic materials that would otherwise be buried in landfills. Compost is rich in nutrients, and assists in healthier and quicker growth of plants. And it’s very easy to do! Follow our tips, and you’ll be creating compost in no time! Now, you’ll have 100% certified organic homemade compost instead of questionable commercial chemical-filled compost!

  • Home Composting

    Introducing the Smart Bucket, Doko’s venture into home composting! The Smart Bucket is an environmentally friendly, easily adaptable, and easy-to-use indoor technology for turning kitchen waste into organic compost. This kit not only manages organic waste but creates homemade compost for your garden, rooftop plants, etc.

    The Smart Bucket kit is ideal for a family of four or five. Additional buckets can be added for additional members! The kit includes 2 Smart Buckets, 2 lids, 2 strainers, 2 packets of decomposer (1 kg each), 2 taps, and one shovel.

  • Pit Composting

    Do you generate a lot of organic waste everyday and want to do something more productive and sustainable than sending it away to be thrown into landfills? Do you find yourself spending a lot on purchasing commercial compost, not sure whether it includes chemicals or not? If so, pit composting is the solution for you. You can make your own compost, using your own organic waste, resulting in 100% organic, homemade compost!

    How to do pit composting:
    • Dig a hole in the ground
    • Add all your organics in there. The microorganisms and other critters in the soil eat the organics, decomposing it.
    • Cover the pit with leaves and occasionally stir to make sure the process is consistent.
    • Depending on the size of the pit, climate, types of microorganisms, the process of composting takes 6 weeks to 8-10 months.
    • You don’t have to add decomposer, but if you want to expedite the decomposing process, you can. You can get decomposer from us.
    • Ideal for large places with lots of organic waste.
  • Vermicomposting

    Want to upgrade your home composting to create a more effective, nutritious, and time-efficient compost? Want to start a hobby of looking after hundreds (or thousands) of low-maintenance pets while being rewarded with great compost for your gardens? Try vermicomposting!

    Simply put, vermicompost is earthworm excrement. This excrement, or vermicast, is the end result of worms feeding on household organic residues like leftover dinner, newspaper, leaves, etc. Tiger worms, for example, eat as much as their body weight every single day. 90 percent of this waste is converted into vermicast leaving 10 percent for their energy. Each adult tiger worm weighs around one gram. So, if you have one kilogram of tiger worms feeding on one kilogram of organic waste, you will have 900 grams of highly effective compost in a matter of two to three weeks!

    All you have to do is remove the top layer from your vermicompost bin, which looks like used tea leaves, and mix it soil using a one part vermicast to three parts soil ratio. Soon enough you’ll have healthy and beautiful plants growing all over your garden.

  • Backyard Composting

    Maybe pit composting is too large of a project to pursue. Maybe you just need enough compost for a small garden at home. Maybe you only have enough space to create a small composting system in your backyard. We have a solution for that too!

    Backyard composting is the same as pit composting, only on a smaller scale.

    We would be happy to make recommendations and suggestions for backyard composting.

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