Cactus and succulent potting soil
Ready-to-use nutrient-rich soil for indoor growing stem and leaf cacti, other types of succulents and plants of this group.
- helps retain moisture
- high aeration capacity prevents rotting
Hints for use When sowing, lay the Morris Green gravel for drainage improvement on the bottom of the container (pots, vases, etc.), spread the soil over it, compact and moisten the soil, sow the seeds, and spread a thin layer of sand on top. Cover the pot with glass and put in a warm place under diffused light.
When planting cacti, lay the Morris Green gravel for drainage improvement with a layer of at least 2-3 cm on the pot bottom, then carefully sprinkle the roots with soil. Sprinkle the soil-free cactus root neck free with 1-1.5 cm decorative stone layer to avoid its rotting.
Further advices Potted cacti are transplanted annually, as shaking the ball of soil provides air inflow to the roots, which has a beneficial effect on plant development. Exceptions are species that transplant badly, they are to be fed more often and transplanted every 3-4 years. Prevernal species are transplanted after flowering, the rest in early spring, immediately after the dormant period. In case of drying upon storage, add a large amount of water to the soil and mix thoroughly to the desired texture.
- High-quality high-bog peat
- lime material
- natural loosening additives
- mineral fertilizer with a full range of macro and micronutrients
- Perlite is used in the composition to balance air and moisture exchange.
- Nitrogen(NH4 + N03), not less than: 70 mg/l
- Phosphorus (P2O5), not less than: 65 mg/l
- Potassium (K2O), not less than: 100 mg/l
- Perlite: 30%
- pH of the salt suspension is not less than: 5,5
- Mass fraction of moisture is not more than: 65%
- Warranty period of storage in packaging: 24 months
- Shelf-life: Unlimited
- H:W:D plastic bag: 40:26:5 sm