silvery white expanded vermiculite Used in industrial and Agriculture

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Packaging Detail:20KG/BAG,1000KG/BAG
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Silvery white vermiculite with insulation, frost resistance, antibacterial, fire, water absorption, sound absorption performance

Silvery white vermiculite with insulation, frost resistance, antibacterial, fire, water absorption,absorption and other excellent performance, in 800 ~ 1000 ℃ calcination under 0.5 ~ 1 minutes,the volume can increase 8 ~ 15 times, up to 30 times. The proportion of 50-200kg/m3 after expansion, the color changed to silver white, expanded vermiculite generation loose. Silvery whitevermiculite are widely used in building, metallurgy, chemical industry, light industry, machinery,electric power, petroleum, environmental protection and transport sectors, mainly foreigninsulation, in construction, packing and agriculture, gardening etc.. Silvery white vermiculite are widely used in industrial production. Its specifications: 4-325 inequality

 

The chemical composition of silvery white vermiculite as follows:

 

SiO2       Al2O3     Fe2O3   MgO     TiO2      K2O    Na2O42.7613.944.1324.620.875.941.61CaOFeOTiOP2O5MnOH2OBurning vector1.421.535.710.060.0431.323.71


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Q:What vegetables or flowers is Sage good to grow next to and why?
Green leafy sage is a snails lunch meat. Grow marigolds around your sage and plant sage with other spices and herbs. also sprinkle white vemiculite or cheap kitty litter around the base of the herbs you have planted snails hate marigolds and diatamatous earth like vermiculite or kitty litter snails find this hard to walk over to chew on your cherished spice herbs. The marigolds have a smell most bad bugs hate they contain a high amount of anti snail protection and along with use of the diatamatious type top dressing the plants will enjoy the break from being eaten on and lastly to avoid snails use snail bait only if you cant stop the onslaught from a huge amount of snails. in that event get some copper thin long strips of copper and make cones of three inch around of copper circles glue them into cones like a biscuit cutter of copper then push the circle into the dirt around the plants cause snails hate being electricuted by touching the copper its the best finest but most exspensive way to thwart the snails. The marigolds deter most bettle bugs and snails but even marigolds dont stop every type species of snail. save putting in copper until your last resort. cheers.
Q:question on laying box for Leopard Geckos?
I'm not sure what went wrong here, but obviously you should start over. Slime indicates rotting from too much water. I always root my African Violet cuttings in African Violet soil. You can get it at Canadian Tire or Walmart. Sometimes I use rooting hormones and other times I have not. It doesn't seem to make much difference. It takes anywhere from 2 to 4 months to propagate them this way. I keep them in a window under a plastic cover until I see new growth. Just take the cover off once a day for an hour and then replace it to keep in heat and moisture.
Q:What is Permiculite? (vermiculite?)?
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Q:how do i breed my leopard geckos?
Dude breeding them is expensive as ***** so if u don't have some source of getting money weekly then don't bother, but if you do them you'll need to buy heat tape, a racking system, thermostat, storage bins, an incubator, food containers (for the humidity hide), vermiculite/perlite/orchid moss, a new spray bottle with nothing in it, food bowls/water bowls/calcium bowl (you can make those bowls out of like bottle caps and little containers and such) and pretty much money left over for food. Oh and one more thing.you can't breed if the female isn't ovulating, if you look under her belly you'll see something pinkish underneath the end of her belly. colin, he asked what he needed to breed in general not just one pair which is why i mentioned what he actually needed to colonize his leopard geckos. Besides even if it was just 1 pair what are you going to do with the baby's leave em there with the mom and dad? no you quarantine them and what if you had 1 that was ill? That's why it's better in the long run to just have everything i just mentioned to be set for that. Oh yeah and besides a racking system is only like 60 bucks to buy all the equipment and build one and i know because i built mine and it's as sturdy as any other.
Q:Leopard Gecko Egg (Read inside for more)?
if its the first time you saw eggs in the hidebox or in the cage it might lay eggs again 2-4weeks. you will see a sign if it is going to lay eggs. you will see the substrate in the hidebox will be scattered outside the hide and you will see inside that there is an empty space ready for laying. now if you see scattered substrate outside then you saw nothing empty space BUT you saw a mountain like shape inside then your leo finished laying and you can dig it ( very gently ) to see the eggs. prepare for a plastic container containing vermiculite. soak the vermiculite then squeeze it until a drop of water falls. then put it in the plastic container then put the eggs half way through the vermiculite. ( when you pick the eggs from the hidebox dont turn it up side down. just pick it up and put it in the plastic container with the vermiculite.
Q:what is a soil substitute?
I can't see why not just put batts on top of the old loose fill. I did. (It would have been a good idea to clean up the rat droppings first - eew - but it would be a huge job. You don't want a shop vac, you want a truck-mounted model, and yes you'd want to wear a respirator and a full suit. The glass fibres get in your skin and itch)
Q:ive got vermiculite for my leopard gecko eggs but can i use the left overs for my adult leos substrate?
Normally in a DIY store or garden centre. I am in the UK and I go to BQ for mine.
Q:is soil still good after it dries out. (the kind that comes in a bag with the little white things in it)?
Hi Ashmita The mixing of different soils is one of the recommendations made by Mel Bartholomew and used by square foot gardeners all over the world. The thinking behind it is to ensure a balanced blend of nutrients for the plants. Perlite or vermiculite is added to the mixture to increase the water holding capacity of the soil and therefore make water easily available to the plants. As far as adding hormones is concerned, I suppose it would depend on which hormones are added. A lot of people make a tea out of Alfalfa, a grass which includes a natural growth regulator hormone called Triacontanol. Some people swear by the benefits of this organic tea so again, it will depend on which hormones are added. I don't know why you are asking this question unless you have seen someone mixing soils or talking about it but it seems to work very well for square foot gardeners. You can read all about it by typing Square Foot Gardening into a search engine. I hope this helps you Johnny
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It probably is not worth it. Not knowing all the varities, makes it hard to comment. But petunias and any other flowers, not worth the bother.The Hosta is a tropical plant,and should be planted in half plain potting mix(no fertiliser),and half light river sand.They should never bre planted just in topsoil. Dirt from garden beds contains all manner of viruses and tiny nematodes, or grubs.The Hosta is a sulker. It may recover, but will sulk for ages.The other wrong thing is you don't water daily. Your killing them with kindness. Only water when top of pot is dry.And remember size of plant. Water in the summer twice weekly, or when dry, and in winter, once or twice a fortnight.Then again Hosta likes sun, but some may not.Also do not fertilise until they need it. Plants recovering are more likely to die from over-feeding and over-watering. Good Luck!

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