Roots Organics

Roots Organics Soilless Hydroponic Coco Media

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Roots Organics Soilless Coco Mix is a unique formulation of the highest quality coco fiber/coir on the planet which is repeatedly washed for an incredibly low EC, composted for over twenty-four months, and specially blended with extra-long fibers, perlite, and pumice. Although there are small amounts of bat guano for microbial support, this mix should be treated like an inert media, therefore it is recommended to begin feeding within 2 to 3 days after transplanting. This mix is designed for heavy feeding and high performance in container or hydroponic applications. Coco fiber is a great medium and an excellent replacement for peat moss; it is an environmentally friendly by product, pH stable within the ideal range for nutrient uptake, and because the Lignin content is slow to decompose. Roots Organics Coco soilless mix was created for the gardener who demands higher performance from their plants.

Roots Organics Soilless coco mix is specifically engineered to allow you to feed heavier for greater yields, while reducing problems with fertilizer-salt toxicity. Plants need to be fertilized in order to thrive and provide you with larger harvests. Roots Organics Soilless mix allows you the ease of hydroponics with the benefits of a natural and organic soil. Coco fiber is an environmentally friendly growing medium that is quickly becoming known for astounding gardening results. Coco fiber, a by-product of rug and broom-making in East Asia, is a renewable resource.

PRODUCT SUMMARY

A roughly 60/40 perlite/coco mix. Although there are small amounts of bat guano for microbial support, this mix should be treated like an inert media, therefore it is recommended to begin feeding within 2 to 3 days after transplanting.

HOW TO USE

For best results, use in conjunction with Aurora Innovations’ nutrients. Roots Organics Soilless mix should be fertilized more than regular soil to fulfill all of your plants' requirements through their lifecycle. If the growth rate ever slows down in the middle of your plant's cycle, use a freshwater leaching or leaching solution to clear out excess nutrients. It is important to maintain a pH of 5.5 - 6.5 so that your plants will be capable of efficiently taking in the maximum quantity of nutrients. If you are using a re-circulating system, change reservoirs every seven to ten days