Natural Agricultural Soil improvement vermiculite

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Natural Agricultural Soil improvement vermiculite


Vermiculite note:

Vermiculite is a layered structure of the magnesium aluminum silicate secondary water metamorphic minerals, ore outside like mica, usually black (DRC) by hydrothermal biotite alteration or winds, because the heat was dehydrating inflates deflection form shape resembles leeches, it said vermiculite. 
Vermiculite the chemical formula for (Mg,Ca)0.7(Mg,Fe,Al)6.0[(Al,Si)8.0](OH4.8H2O) 


used in Agricultural Horticulture:

1. Horticulture
2. Soil Improvement
3. Fertilizer Carrier
4. Hydroponics 
5. Animal Feedstuffs


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Q:could you use just brown rice for substract?
Good answer Royal Frog !
Q:More gecko questions for you?
Vermiculite was used in construction as insulation, typically in CMU (cinder block) walls. I think that the R value is less than more conventional insulation and I'm sure that it would be harder to install. Not sure how you would install it short of blowing it in as you would with cellulose insulation.
Q:How long is the service life of the special vermiculite for incubation? How often do you change it?
Incubation of vermiculite and horticultural vermiculite does not distinguish between silicate minerals. Its role in incubation and horticultural farming:1, for turtle eggs hatch, with mud and sand is more convenient, safer and more effective.2, for the transport of turtles, moisturizing buffer effect, can improve the survival rate.3, planting medium, one of the main materials, and peat, perlite and other mixed use.4. Sowing mulch.
Q:where can i get vermiculite?
AGAIN...NEVER spray the eggs directly. How are you incubating them? In a tank? They should be in a proper incubator, not a tank. That's probably why you can't keep the humidity up. Sphagnum moss is ok, but perlite (without fertilizer, so no Miracle-Gro) is best. You can also look online for vermiculite/perlite/hatchrite/super hatch. Several plant nurserys also carry vermiculite/perlite, but make sure it does not have any additives.
Q:leopard gecko substrate?
Most of my gardening was hydroponics and the cotton basically was useless because it didn't hold its shape at all. It also could foul pumps. Vermiculite didn't breath well enough unless mixed with Perlite and the verm could also foul the water pump. You still might be able to mix cotton with one of the others. It could be that I didn't squish the cotton balls or something like that but I do remember it didn't work well at all. It just flattened out and almost all the water drained out. The small ball of cotton that was left would be saturated. It wouldn't support a plant or keep its shape and was too easily saturated. Moss containers worked very well but I preferred the rockwool. You could plant the seed or cutting right into it. It does holds its water too well though. You have to be careful not to add too much water or there is no aeration. With moss it didn't have that problem and it was easy to see by looking at it if it were moist. It was just kind of unsightly and not quite as suitable in hydroponics. Cotton never worked for me because it wouldn't hold its shape. It wouldn't hold water as well as any of them though I am making an assumption about the coco fiber. The planting plugs I have seen looked pretty much ideal. I was just happy with the rockwool. I think I might prefer the coco fiber if I was planing on putting it in soil. I definately prefer moss containers when using soil. Cotton is a pure cellulose fiber so it isn't going to hold the water as well as the more complicated fibers or it will contract to the point where there is no aeration. That was my limited experience at least.
Q:Is my Vermiculite chemical free? (for a reptile incubator)?
Q:I'm planning to cultivate mushrooms. So, the question is what grain(s) do I have to substitute for rye grains?
Q:can I use store bought sand to incubate bearded dragon eggs?
The texture is the percentage of sand silt and clay in a soil. Your clay has the smallest particles so it will have smaller particles and bind together more readily. Here is a site that can help you determine the texture of your soil. Your topsoil could be a clay, loam or sand or a combination of the three. The texture of the potting soil is probably the most porous since they add amendments (such as vermiculite) to increase the porosity.
Q:Does Vermiculite cause impaction?
part of the answer may be that a plant living on it, its roots around it, derive nothing but physical drainage of he soil, not directly providing anything to the plant ,as sunshine does, for instance. I think it also means does not reproduce, move on its own volition, and has no growth directly on it, like bacteria.
Q:Is Vermiculite and Perlite the same thing?
if your female was not with a male then the egg is not fertile. leopard gecko eggs that are fertile will grow just a little as the embryo grows inside the egg. you also need to remove the fertile eggs an use an incubator (for the best hatch results) by candling the egg you need to be extremely care full not to rotate the egg at all. reptile embryo's attach themselves to the top of the egg, if it is torn away from the spot it attaches itself to the embryo will die. if you do not have an incubator then leave the egg's where they are (if she layed them in some sort of incubation substrate,like ecco-peat or peat moss) keep an eye on them and if they collapse into themselves or mold then the eggs are dead. do not put any sort of moisture directly onto the egg's, this will cause them to mold and die. hope this helps

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