Perlite

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Perlite has been used by gardeners the world over for many years and when you want to improve drainage of your chosen media then use perlite! PLANT!T Perlite is a natural pH neutral sterile growing medium derived from volcanic rock. When using PLANT!T Perlite you can achieve faster germination and striking of cuttings due to superior air to water ratio.

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La perlita expandida es un producto mineral que ha sido sometido a un proceso de expansión a 1200 ºC, es inerte, estable, neutro, estéril, ligero y aislante.

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Perfect for when rooting cuttings and potting-on Westland Gro-Sure Perlite improves aeration and drainage for healthy root growth and reduces the risk of fungal diseases. Perlite is a naturally occurring non-toxic volcanic rock that has been heated to a high temperature to produce a lightweight micro-porous material with a high surface area that is able to absorb and hold vast amounts of air and moisture so that it speeds up rooting reduces the risk of damping off provides an optimum balance of air and water and makes water logging almost impossible.

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Perlite 10L Bag

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Perlite 10 Litres when packed of horticultural grade perlite sent out in polybag, double bagged . This is the grade of perlite for mixing in your compost I use this on the nursery to grow all our plants in it improves the aeration of the compost and makes the compost much lighter and easier to work with. Plus e-instructions on how to use Perlite to make composts this will be emailed when purchased from the drop down box above.

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Perlite p-35 . made by William sinclair. is excellent product for horticulture uses and other uses. we at best4garden supply it well packed in a recycled double wall bag so no mess and no holes in the bag . The bag can be reused.

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Perlite is a volcanic glass that is heated to 1,600 degrees F. (871 C.) The little balls pop much like popcorn, expanding to 13 times its former size, resulting in an incredibly lightweight material. The super-heated perlite is comprised of tiny air compartments. Under a microscope, perlite is revealed as being covered with many tiny cells that absorb.