Jiffy - PRO7 10cm Coco Cube
Jiffy - PRO7 10cm Coco Cube

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Jiffy - PRO7 10cm Coco Cube

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The Jiffy PRO7 10cm Coco Cube is the perfect choice for professional cut-flower and vegetable growers who are looking for a reliable and consist...

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The Jiffy PRO7 10cm Coco Cube is the perfect choice for professional cut-flower and vegetable growers who are looking for a reliable and consistent quality coco coir substrate. This pH-adjusted substrate is made with a special grade of coco fiber that has been cleaned and processed into small cubes, making it ideal for propagation, rooting, growing, and potting on your plants.

The PRO7 Coco Cube has an optimum water holding capacity of 60-75% and air filled porosity of 20-35%, ensuring the perfect balance of water and air for healthy root development. The pH value of 6.5-6.8 is also ideal for most plants.

The air-pruning effect of the PRO7 Coco Cube helps to encourage strong, healthy root growth, while its excellent temperature control ensures optimal growing conditions. The Coco Cubes are delivered as dry plates, ready to be hydrated and planted with your choice of seeds or cuttings.

Whether you're a professional cut-flower or vegetable grower, the Jiffy PRO7 10cm Coco Cube is the perfect substrate to ensure consistent, high-quality results.

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Coco coir is a popular growing medium used in hydroponics. It is made from the fibrous husk of coconuts and is a renewable resource. Coco coir is lightweight, has good water retention and drainage properties, and is pH neutral. It can be used alone or mixed with other growing media such as perlite or vermiculite. When used with hydroponic nutrient solutions, coco coir can provide plants with the necessary nutrients for healthy growth. Coco coir is also an environmentally friendly alternative to peat moss

Growth media has a huge impact on the efficacy of your hydroponic system. Some have essential nutrients mixed in, and others are inert with good draining characteristics. The type of growth media that you choose will depend on the hydroponic system you are using for your crop production. Some common choices include rockwool, vermiculite, coco fiber, perlite and clay pebbles.

Jiffy is a renowned global supplier of high-quality substrates for professional growers. With years of experience and expertise, Jiffy produces substrate mixes that meet the demands of every crop. Jiffy's PRO7 range of substrates is RHP-certified and contains premium quality ingredients such as block-cut European short and long fibre peat, and Peat Free Coco. These substrates are specially designed for short cycle and fast-growing plants, offering optimal structure, pre-fertilization, and consistent quality. The PRO7 range is easy to use and superior to other mediums, making it the perfect choice for growers looking for reliable and consistent substrate composition to achieve optimal plant yield and quality.

You want your plants to do their thing and you’re looking for the best possible way to help them on their way. That’s why we stock a great range of propagation equipment and kits, so you can take advantage of the most effective ways to grow your new plants from cuttings or seeds. From cutting scalpels and rooting compounds to growth mediums like rockwool or jiffy pots, our products will ensure those precious shoots are given the best start possible.

Propagation growing media refers to materials used to start seeds or propagate cuttings in a hydroponic or soilless system. Some common examples of propagation growing media include rockwool, peat plugs, coco coir, perlite, and vermiculite. These media provide a supportive structure for the developing plant roots while also holding moisture and nutrients to encourage healthy growth. The choice of propagation media often depends on the specific needs of the plant species being propagated and the overall setup of the hydroponic system.

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