Mother Earth Products HGC714123 Hydroton Original Expanded Clay Pebbles, 50 Liter, Terra Cotta

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The original Hydroton Brand expanded clay is a unique, lightweight expanded clay aggregate made in Germany. This natural clay is mined, formed into pellets, then kiln fired at high temperatures to cause the clay to expand into tough, lightweight balls. Clay naturally has balanced capillary action, with a great surface structure. Hydroton Brand expanded clay is semi-porous & most often does not glide like other products can. For best possible results, rinse all expanded clay before use. It’s reusable so long as It’s thoroughly wiped clean between uses. 50 liter bags feature a very easy-pour spout. The dimensions specification is 15–25 mm.

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The original Hydroton Brand expanded clay is a unique, lightweight expanded clay aggregate made in Germany
This natural clay is mined, formed into pellets, then kiln fired at high temperatures to cause the clay to expand into tough, lightweight balls
Clay naturally has balanced capillary action, with a great surface structure
Hydroton Brand expanded clay is semi-porous and most often does not glide like other products can
For best possible results, rinse all expanded clay before use; It’s reusable so long as It’s thoroughly wiped clean between uses; Size Specification is 15–25 mm

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As a hydroponics grower, I know how important it is to get the right medium for your plants, and to match palnt and hydroponic system with the medium suitable for it.
So after studying the matter throughly for my own greenhouse, I decided to start this blog to spread the knowledge.
I hope you (and your plants) enjoy it.
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