Vermiculite 1kg

Vermiculite is a hydrous, silicate mineral that expands greatly when heated. Exfoliation occurs when the mineral is heated sufficiently, and the effect is routinely produced in commercial furnaces.

METHOD OF APPLICATION Vermiculite is mainly used for making soil-less hydroponic medium for plant growth. For this take 1 part Vermiculite, 1 part Perlite, and 3 parts Coirpith compost and mix together. Vermiculite can also be added to soil to increase the aeration and water holding capacity of the soil.

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Vermiculite is a hydrous, silicate mineral that expands greatly when heated. Exfoliation occurs when the mineral is heated sufficiently, and the effect is routinely produced in commercial furnaces.

METHOD OF APPLICATION Vermiculite is mainly used for making soil-less hydroponic medium for plant growth. For this take 1 part Vermiculite, 1 part Perlite, and 3 parts Coirpith compost and mix together. Vermiculite can also be added to soil to increase the aeration and water holding capacity of the soil.

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  • When used in House Plants, vermiculite helps in making the heavy and claylike soil light fluffy, and airy. Suitable for all-purpose potting mixes as well as the stand-alone soilless medium.
  • Improves water retention, access water drainage & aeration in potting mixes. Lightens soil and improves root and plant health.
  • Can be mixed with other potting media like cocopeat, peat moss, perlite, compost, or plain soil to improve air circulation, water retention, and nutrient retention.
  • Often used to start rooting from plant cuttings, amend the soil, germinate seeds, store bulbs, root crops, and as a mulch.
  • Helpful in accelerating plant growth and promoting anchorage for tender young root systems. Vermiculite is used as a soil amendment to promote better aeration and root growth or as a component in planting media.
Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 7 × 8 × 19 cm