At last, I have evidence that the bokashi bin was a good investment.
The photo below features a row of mangetout that I sowed sometime in late May. They have grown to the height of about two feet max.
There could be other factors to take into account. For example, the site of the taller row might get more rain or I may have watered more often because of other crops, such as cucumber, nearby. These crops may also have been good companions for the mangetout.
However, I am certain that the extra grown is down to the fact that they are in a hugel bed filled with bokashi mixture. Aside from the fertiliser, the bed should hold more water because of the brown matter I put in there. So, I’m looking forward to building my next bokashi hugel bed soon 🙂