The Viagrow horticultural grade perlite increases drainage and aeration when added to soil and soilless growing media. Viagrow horticultural perlite is commonly used alone for a completely inert hydroponic medium with good capillary and air retention properties, perlite can also be added to any medium to improve texture, air to water ratio and create a healthier growing medium. Viagrow perlite is a perfect horticulture mix to combine with coir (coconut fiber) VCCB5 or VCCF50 and bulk granular fertilizers for a customized planting medium or can be used for compost aeration. Perlite has a wide variety of applications such as hydroponics, aeroponics, raised bed gardening, container gardens, roof top gardening, makes a great soil additive, square foot gardening, potting soil for indoor plants, orchid potting mix, potting soil for outdoor plant and much more. Viagrow perlite is mined, heated and packaged. Viagrow perlite bags are biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
- Sustainable Viagrow perlite is 1 of the most sustainable substrates, perfect for greenhouse propagation and growing, perlite is a naturally mined mineral that is heated during processing, causing its particles to pop and expand in volume, the result is a great, inorganic, soilless media, all Viagrow perlite is mined, heated and packaged
- Neurtal pH Viagrow perlite is clean, sterile, non-flammable, pH neutral, odorless, nontoxic and does not decay nor shrink, even pests such as insects and fungi can't destroy it
- Mixing Viagrow perlite can be mixed with organic compost, natural soils, or composted bark, assists in anchoring the roots of young plants so they grow healthy and strong
- Drainage Viagrow horticultural perlite retains water and food for the growing plants, it is best used for drainage purposes, good potting soils typically contain at least 25% perlite for proper drainage
- Lightweight Viagrow horticultural perlite is a lightweight substitute for sand, is especially useful in hydroponic gardening systems, it is perfect for seed germination and cutting propagation