Menu
EUR

Substrates

Substrates are materials used as a growing medium for plants. There are several types of substrates available, including potting soil, coconut coir, rockwool, and perlite.

23 Products
Show:
Plagron Batmix (50 Liter)
Plagron
Batmix (50 Liter)
€12,95 €10,70
 
Plagron Plagron Cocos Premium (50 liter)
Plagron
Plagron Cocos Premium (50 liter)
Plagron Cocos is a perfect basic substrate because of its ideal structure. It is...
€9,95 €8,22
 
Plagron Plagron Lightmix (50 liter)
Plagron
Plagron Lightmix (50 liter)
Plagron Lightmix is ​​composed of the very best and extremely carefully selected...
€8,49 €7,02
 
Bio Nova Bio Nova Coco Brick Box (24 stuks)
Bio Nova
Bio Nova Coco Brick Box (24 stuks)
After adding 4 to 5 liters of water, this block of pressed coconut produces 9 li...
€38,95 €32,19
 
Plagron Plagron Coco Slabs
Plagron
Plagron Coco Slabs
€3,95 €3,26
 
Canna Canna Terra Professional Plus 50L
Canna
Canna Terra Professional Plus 50L
Canna Terra Professional Plus 50L is a high-quality soil mix specially formulate...
€14,95 €12,36
 
Canna Canna Terra Professional 50L
Canna
Canna Terra Professional 50L
Canna Terra Professional 50L is a high-quality soil mix specially formulated for...
€9,95 €8,22
 
Plagron Perlite
Plagron
Perlite
€16,95 €14,01
 
Plagron Plagron Growmix (50 liter)
Plagron
Plagron Growmix (50 liter)
Plagron Growmix is ​​composed of the very best and extremely carefully selected ...
€8,95 €7,40
 
Plagron Plagron Hydrokorrels (10 liter)
Plagron
Plagron Hydrokorrels (10 liter)
€3,49 €2,88
 
Plagron Plagron Royal Mix (50 liter)
Plagron
Plagron Royal Mix (50 liter)
Plagron Royalmix is composed of the very best and extremely carefully selected p...
€12,95 €10,70
 
Plagron Plagron Cocos Brix
Plagron
Plagron Cocos Brix
€49,95 €41,28
 
Showing 1 - 12 of 23
Substrates

Substrates are materials used as a growing medium for plants. There are several types of substrates available, including potting soil, coconut coir, rockwool, and perlite.

Potting soil is probably the most familiar and commonly used type of substrate. It is made from a blend of peat moss, compost, and other organic materials. Potting soil is generally nutrient-rich and retains moisture well, making it an excellent choice for a wide range of plants.

Coconut coir is another type of substrate popular among gardeners. It is made from the fibers of coconut husks and has many similarities to potting soil. However, coconut coir is more sustainable and can be used for multiple years. It also has good drainage and aeration, making it suitable for plants that are susceptible to root rot.

Rockwool is an inert substrate, meaning it does not contain any nutrients. It is made from melted basalt rock and is often used in hydroponics, where plants are grown without soil. Rockwool retains water well and provides good aeration, making it an excellent choice for plants that require a lot of water.

Perlite is a lightweight substrate made from volcanic rock. It is popular among gardeners due to its excellent drainage and aeration properties. However, perlite does not hold much water and therefore requires regular watering. It is often used as a mixture with other substrates to improve their properties.

Overall, substrates are important for plant growth and play a crucial role in growing healthy and strong plants. It is important to choose the right type of substrate based on the needs of the plants and the environment in which they are grown.

Brands
Price
Min Max
Close
Choose your language
Choose your currency

Recently added

Total incl. tax
€0,00
Order for another €200,00 and receive free shipping
0
Compare
Start comparison

This product has been added to your cart