Readygro Aeration is a blend of our premium Cocogro coir and perlite at an approximate 55% / 45% ratio plus natural and organic-based ingredients. The Aeration blend is light and porous with a higher perlite content than our Botanicare ReadyGro Moisture Formula.
The combination of premium coir and perlite provides your roots with an optimal air to water ratio, for superior growth rates and yields. This formula is specifically designed for automated watering programs.
Our Coir base provides high cation exchange and superior moisture retention. Natural and organic-based inputs deliver trace minerals that help your roots uptake nutrients
The Aeration blend is specifically designed for frequent watering programs. Readygro Aeration is formulated to allow more oxygen to reach the root zone. This helps aerobic bacteria to thrive and increases the breakdown of organic and mineral-based matter making them more readily available to your crops.
- Designed for frequent watering programs.
- Very low salt content.
- Perfect for indoor or outdoor plants.
- Natural and organic-based inputs.
- High cation exchange rate which is essential to the media’s ability to hold nutrients. Hydrated with yucca extract as a natural wetting agent.
Soilless media may require fertilization from transplant, for best results use Botanicare nutrients and fertilizers.
**Please note this product has specific options depending on your region. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to give us a call!**
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Botanicare ReadyGro Aeration Formula Coco-based Soilless Mix Questions & Answers
Q: What are the differences between the Moisture and Aeration formulas? What is the amount of perlite in each?
A: Readygro Aeration formula contains a ratio of 55% Coco Coir to 45% Perlite. Readygro Moisture formula contains a ratio of 80% Coco Coir to 20% Perlite.
Q: Is there anything else in Readygro besides coconut coir and perlite?
A: Readygro also contains worm castings, humic acid, seaweed powder, and yucca extract. These inputs occur in trace amounts meant to buffer and condition the media, and do not provide a major food source for plant growth.
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