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We use rock wool, namely slab, in order to increase the yield and quality of agricultural rock wool, and to increase the development of plant roots in a positive way. Agricultural rock wool (soilless agriculture) Slabs are placed in the greenhouse and irrigation connections are made, there are holes suitable for planting. The slabs are saturated with water and left for 24 hours, after which the excess water is drained. After the seedlings planted in the cubes are placed in the appropriate places on the slabs, drip irrigation connections are made and the planting process ends. Rock wool is in high quality plastic packages with a layered structure and UV permeability adjusted.
Rock wool, a lightweight hydroponic substrate is made from spinning molten basaltic rock into fine fibers which are then
formed into a range of cubes, blocks, growing slabs, and granular products.
Because rock wool and other stone or mineral wools used in horticulture originate from rock, they are considered by many to be a natural product.
Rock wool is a widely utilized substrate in commercial horticulture for the production of crops as diverse as tomatoes, melons,cucumbers, peppers, strawberries, herbs, and cut flowers; however it can also easily be used by smaller hydroponic growers wanting to take advantage of improved root zone technology.
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