Cornell Epiphytic Gowing Soil Combination


Cornell Epiphytic Gowing Soil Mixture

Cornell Epiphytic Soil Combination Recipe

The Cornell Epiphytic Combine was developed for vegetation that require good drainage, and aeration and have the power to resist drying between waterings. Crops having coarse, tuberous, or rhizomatous roots are on this class.  * Fir bark comes from Douglas fir, white or crimson fir, or redwood, floor and screened to a particular measurement. Lastly, floor bark (about 0.5 cm) has a dry weight of about 200 g per liter dice. Contemporary bark has a pH of about 5.0. Upon weathering, it turns into barely extra alkaline. The bark comprises some vitamins, however these won’t meet the necessities of rising vegetation.

Materials one cubic meter
Sphagnum peat moss (screened 1/2 inch mesh) 0.5
Horticultural vermiculite (No. 2) 0.25
Perlite (medium grade) 0.25
Floor dolomitic limestone 4.9 kg
Superphosphate 20% (powdered) 1.2 kg
Fertilizer (10-10-10) 1.6 kg
Iron sulfate 0.4 kg
Potassium nitrate (14-0-44) 0.6 kg
Granular wetting agent 0.9 kg
Materials one cubic meter
Sphagnum peat moss (screened 1/2 inch mesh) 0.33
Douglas, crimson or white fir bark* (about 0.5 cm measurement) 0.33
Perlite (medium grade) 0.25
Floor dolomitic limestone 4.2 kg
Superphosphate 20% (powdered) 2.7 kg
Fertilizer (10-10-10) 1.5 kg
Iron sulfate 0.3 kg
Potassium nitrate (14-0-44) 0.5 kg
Granular wetting agent 0.9 kg

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