Horticultural And Agricultural Golden/ Silvery Expanded Vermiculite Price

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Packaging Detail:25kg/bag,40bags/big bag; other packing is allowed as required. Pure PP bags or PP bag inner with PE or as per customer's demands
Delivery Detail:Within 15 days after received deposit

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1.agriculture vermiculite,expanded vermiculite 
2.Expansion ratios:5.5-11times 
3.Color:silver,golden 
4.size:all kinds

 

Product Description

  

0.5-2mm,1-3mm,2-5mm,3-6mm,4-8mm,8-12mm expanded vermiculite

Heat-resistant, corrosion-resistant, well-ventilation, water preservation, poisonless, odorless, low hardness, burning-avoidness , lighter. non-asbestos etc.


Packaging & Shipping

  

Packaging Detail: 25kg/bag,40bags/big bag; other packing is allowed as required

                             Pure PP bags or PP bag inner with PE or as per customer’s demands

 

Delivery Detail:Within 15 days after received deposit



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1. We could offer free samples.

2. We could offer SGS inspection as well as other international inspection department.

3. We could provide professional service according to formular and your application, Customer tailored Spec is available.

4.We could offer you so competitive a price acting on the principle of “mutual benefit and common development”.  


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Q:Chimney liner insulation?
It's vermiculite. This is a mineral, and some sources are a risk of asbestosis (disease of the lungs) so you can't readily buy it now. It's not hazardous if damp and in soil, it';s when it's in the air and you can breathe in the dust. Large quantities have to be removed by asbestos-removal companies - it used to be used for insulating houses. It must have been in the original potting mix for aeration. This is only a small amount and not that disturbed, so dispose of it in a sealed plastic bag.
Q:what exactly is perlite and vermiculite?
Don't forget to write down water as a natural resource, the most obvious one.
Q:Contrast the difference in crystalline structure among kaolinite, smectites, fine-grained micas, vermiculites,?
vermiculite is what keeps humidity constant. it just adds more humidity/moisture mixed with peat moss. i don't recommend peat moss or vermiculite because i always have mold issues even with enough ventilation for my tarantula enclosures i still get it! peat moss may have some unwanted pests you don't want in your cage so i always stick to coco fiber
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:how to incubate turtle eggs?
Your roof need vents right in the actual roof which should have been done when the new roof was installed. Now you should consult with a heating/ventilation company for more info. You can add blown in insulation to your attic floor.
Q:Leopad gecko laying box?
Damp sand and coir, rehydrated coconut husk. 100% perlite is definitely too coarse, and won't retain enough water for rooting. If you have perlite and vermiculite on hand, use them, but I've always found a 50-50 mixture of damp, coarse sand and rehydrated coir to be the best rooting medium.
Q:Is it safe to eat vermiculite?
Adobe, okorder.com
Q:What is vermiculite? Is it expensive to sell?
Matrix planting flowers with other general matrix such as perlite, peat soil. Generally flower market sales are very easy to buy!
Q:Can I germinate apple seeds in vermiculite?
I don't think vermiculite would be a good substrate for several reasons. I usually buy organic peat moss.
Q:Leopard Gecko Eggs! Help!?
Vermiculite, pearlite, and/or peat moss mixed in will lighten the top soil so it doesn't compact. You could also use potting soil to mix with it. I use miracle gro soil and fertilizer.

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