white little worms in bokashi soil


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hello there,

today i spotted tiny white worms/larvaes in my pot. 15 days ago i burried my bokashi compost in it. soil is not from any outside garden, but the pot is in balcony. i am suspecting this may be fly larvae but have no experience. any ideas about what is it and if it's harmful for plants?

ps, its tomato seedling.

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Greetings, welcome to the Forums.

Bokashi does not make usable compost. You now basically have something rotting in your soil. The supposed benefits of making bokashi are mostly nonsense. It is a completely unnecessary step. What comes out of the bokashi bucket still has to break down properly into compost. If you want to make compost in a small indoor space, go with vermiculture.
 
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