Ugro - Basic XL 70L Coco Brick
Ugro - Basic XL 70L Coco Brick

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Ugro - Basic XL 70L Coco Brick

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UGRO Basic XL 70L Coco Brick is a high-quality compressed coco substrate that expands to 70 litres when hydrated. Made from natural coconut fibr...

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UGRO Basic XL 70L Coco Brick is a high-quality compressed coco substrate that expands to 70 litres when hydrated. Made from natural coconut fibre, this product is an eco-friendly alternative to peat moss and other conventional substrates. UGRO Basic XL coco brick is easy to use, making it perfect for both novice and experienced growers. It has a low EC and is free of harmful pathogens and chemicals, ensuring healthy plant growth. The XL size of this coco brick provides more space for roots to grow, resulting in larger yields. Use UGRO Basic XL with UGRO Coco A+B nutrients and additives for optimal plant growth and maximum yields.

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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.

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