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What is Slag Wool and How does it Differ from High-Quality Horticultural Stone Wool?
As more and more products and companies become available on the market, it is always important to do a little research. Not only on the company itself but how the products are being produced. A little bit of research and asking the right questions can save money and time, but maybe the most important, the crop and your investment.
Stone Wool and Cultivation Efficiency
What will happen to my cultivation when I start using stone wool? This question and many others are often asked by experienced growers that want to improve their cultivation efficiency. Therefore, this article explains why and how the transition from soil-like substrates to stone wool upgrades your cultivation efficiency.
Why Stone Wool Comes in Different Sizes and Shapes?
Producing sustainable and high-quality cannabis comes down to making the right choices, before, during, and after cultivation. Before cultivation, a considerate step-wise approach is taken in choosing the best equipment to successfully cultivate cannabis. First and foremost this starts with the choice of the most suitable substrate, as the choice of substrate will determine to what degree water and nutrients will be available to the plants, allowing for vigorous growth and healthy development.
Stone wool: Unique Product Features of Our Blocks
There are many aspects affecting the decision of which substrate to use, among these crop types and cultivation stages. Similarly to the way soil mixtures can be amended and customized, so are stone wool products tailor-made for the cultivation of a specific variety of crops. Stone wool can be manufactured in such a way that the density and orientation of the molten rock fibers determine the moisture holding capacity, air-filled porosity, and moisture gradient within the blocks.
What is Stone Wool?
The global demand for healthy, safe, fresh, and local produce has been rapidly increasing. Among many things, it requires nutritious produce and a sustainable approach to cultivation. Sustainability can be defined in several ways, but an Important one is reduction of the carbon footprint and/or use of resources such as water and fertilizers. As water scarcity is becoming more pronounced and soils turn more saline, optimal use of water is required as well as reducing emissions into the environment becomes a necessity and a daily task for growing businesses. Horticultural approaches offer a wide variety of applicable cultivation systems, from which substrate choice is leading in water and fertilizer use efficiency.