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$6 - S / $8 - M / $10 - L / $12 - XL
Leca is used for a very wide range of purposes, many of them in agricultural and hydroponic systems. Sometimes referred to as clay pebbles or clay pellets, Leca is considered a soilless growing medium when used alone in hydroponics. It can also be used to amend soil or to dress soil in pots.
$24.99 2 cu ft. - 37 liters (1.3 cu ft.)
Gold Label Hydro is the inert hydroponics substrate of choice for professionals. The 8-16mm uneven pebbles provide stability and the unique uneven shape is an ideal surface for roots and beneficial bacteria. The porous structure has a high water capacity and is suitable for both eb/flood and top irrigation systems.
Mother Earth® Coco Bale is made of 100% natural coco fiber. Coco pith combined with longer and shorter fibers help to create a soil alternative that has exceptional water-holding capacity, while maintaining high porosity and drainage abilities. Mother Earth® Coco Bales are washed and have a low salt content. This product is highly compressed and expands to approximately 60 Liters (2.1 cu ft.) of material.
Mother Earth® Coco Bale is made of 100% natural coco fiber. Coco pith combined with longer and shorter fibers help to create a soil alternative that has exceptional water-holding capacity, while maintaining high porosity and drainage abilities.
$4 - S / $8 - L
Perlite can can have many uses for both gardeners and hydroponic growers. Adding perlite to soil with improve soil aeration and drainage. It can also be used as a top dressing in pots and as a growing medium for hydroponic uses.
$24.99 - 4 cu ft.
The exceptional physical properties of this perlite make it a gold standard in the perlite world for adding porosity to soil and soilless mixes. This perlite has numerous hydroponic applications as well.
$7.99 - 4 Q. / $17.99 -12 Q.
Uni-Gro Vermiculite is a soil additive that uses its accordion-like particles to amend soil by retaining water, improving aeration and prolonging nutrient release. Its ability to retain both air and water makes vermiculite ideal for conditioning container soils. Vermiculite can also be used for seed germination, bulb storage and flower arranging.