Organic Vermiculite to Reduce Soil Compactions
Going Greens Vermiculite is a natural mineral and act as a growing medium for all kinds of houseplants, bonsai and hydroponics.
It is light in weight, sterile, odourless and non- toxic. It holds moisture and Nutrients & makes them available later to plant roots as required.
Leaves more room for the air in the soil so that the plant can breathe. Promotes faster root growth and quick anchorage for young roots.
USAGE DIRECTION : Use Vermiculite alone or mixed with soil or peat for seed germination. This will allow seeds to germinate more rapidly.
Going Greens Vermiculite is a natural mineral that is often placed in potting soil to enhance a plant’s growth by boosting aeration while encouraging water drainage. Not unlike perlite, vermiculite adds a plethora of nutrients to the plant, including calcium, magnesium, and potassium.This mineral looks like specks of grey and can easily contain large quantities of air and water.The nutrients, water, and air present in vermiculite are periodically released to the potted plant.
Adding Vermiculite to soil for conditioning and lightening either alone or in conjunction with peat or compost.This will accelerate the growth and promote anchorage for tender young root systems.Using Vermiculite as growing medium will also enable the plant to more easily absorb the ammonium, potassium, calcium and magnesium necessary for vigorous growth.Vermiculite mixed half and half with soil, peat or compost eliminates packed down soil in flower pots and houseplant containers while allowing excellent aeration, reducing watering frequency and allowing root spread.Water in with a fine spray.The Vermiculite will hasten germination and increase the number of seeds that germinate while maintaining moisture and protecting from drying and heat.
Directions to Use :
Use Vermiculite alone or mixed with soil or peat for seed germination.This will allow seeds to germinate more rapidly.If Vermiculite is used without soil, feed the seedlings a weak fertilizer solution (1 tablespoon of soluble fertilizer per 1 gallon of water) once the first leaves appear.To transplant using vermiculite, dig a hole 6 inches larger than the plants roots.Fill in with a mix of vermiculite and the removed topsoil.Three inches of Vermiculite can also be used as mulch around shrubs and other garden plants like roses, dahlias, tomatoes.
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