golden yellow expanded/exfoliated vermiculite for agriculture /horticulture

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golden yellow expanded vermiculite for agriculture/ horticulture 
Bulk density 105-115kg/m3 
Impurity 2-4% 
only TVA in Asia


Product Description



ColorGloden yellow

Non-combustible,natural refractory properties,low density,good thermal insulation,poisonless,corrosion-resistant,etc





BuildingLight weight materials of light weight concrete aggregate
Heat preservation heat insulationUnderground pipes,greenhouse pipes, thermal insulation material
MetallurgicalSteel and molten slag
Agriculture/horticultureSeed preservation agent,soil,wetting agents,plant growth regulators on the agent,feed additives
Sea fishingErbrium fishing


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Q:how much hatch-rite will i need for leopard gecko eggs?
You should be able to find vermiculite at a local plant nursery. You could even use potting soil or peat moss with no problem.
Q:Favorite Box Turtle Substrate?
The vermiculite will only have a very small chance of having asbestos in it. typically the suspect vermiculite came from one area in Montana and was a very small portion of the total amount mined. as for laying insulation on top of the vermiculite -- yeah, no problem in doing that.
Q:Seperating Vermeculite?
Tomatoes are the ones most often grown hydroponically. I'm sure there are others.
Q:Vermiculite, vermiculite for soil improvement?
Vermiculite can effectively promote plant root growth and seedling growth is stable. Provide water and nutrients necessary for plant growth for long periods of time and maintain the stability of root sun temperature.
Q:My blue belly lizard just laid eggs. i took them & placed them in an incubator with dirty on top of them?
Get some vermiculite from a local reptile shop and mix it with water so that when you squeeze it it holds its shape but no water comes out and then put this mixture into a tupperware container which has small air holes cut into it for air circulation. Dig small holes for the eggs this will make it so they wont roll around. This is very important, the eggs need to be undisturbed and kept the same way the mother layed them. Keep the temperature at 84-85 degrees with a humidity of around 80%. The incubation period usually runs around 45-60 days roughly.
Q:Vermiculite and perlite which good insulation effect?
Insulation or extrusion polystyrene board, but these two words, I think perlite good. Perlite is generally used for leveling. I rarely use vermiculite powder for the work I come into contact with
Q:what are the ingredients of potting soil?
Perlite and Vermiculite can both be purchased from most garden stores. If you can't find it you can use sphagnum moss (or the best you can find at a pet store) instead until you can order some. For tonight I'd recommend removing the eggs and placing them in a plastic tupperware container filled with moist paper towels (try not to put the eggs directly on wet towels though) and see if you can keep them somewhere around 78-83 fahrenheit. Humidity needs to be at least 70% so if you can get it to where it condenses on the lid of the container you are good. You can poke tiny holes in the container for air (eggs breathe) or just leave this for later. The reason I'd remove them as soon as possible is because the snake didn't lay them in a lay box filled with moist moss. Usually you wait a couple hours for the eggs to harden but also usually the snake lays in a prearranged lay box that already has high humidity so you don't have to worry about that as much. If you are really worried about it you can have an incubator shipped overnight. I know LLLReptile overnights hovabators for reptiles. Also they have a deal that includes hatchrite (a commercially available incubation substrate that is premoistened and works well) and deli cups as well in a package deal. (I know because I just ordered one since I have a racer that laid eggs.)
Q:help with bearded dragon eggs?
Perlite and vermiculite help with drainage. Sand as well. Try mixing those into your potting soil when you re-pot.
Q:Coconut brick soil permeability is good, that also need to add vermiculite, perlite?
Are expanded perlite and expanded vermiculite the same substance?What's the difference between them? What's the matter?

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