Gold Label – Hydrocorn 45L Bag
Gold Label Hydrocorn (clay pebbles) are manufactured using a mix of the best quality pure clays and are baked in an open furnace using high grade clean fuels, guaranteeing the absence of heavy metals or other contaminates. Gold Label Hydrocorn proudly carries the RHP for horticulture quality certificate. Gold Label Hydrocorn is the inert hydroponics substrate of choice for professionals. The 8-16 mm size provides stability and the unique uneven shape of the pebble is an ideal surface for roots and beneficial bacteria. The porous structure has a high water capacity and is suitable for both ebb/flood and top irrigation systems. Gold Label Hydrocorn is also available in 4-8 mm and 16-25 mm.
Best in Class- Porous pebbles for a healthy micro root system
RHP Certified- The only RHP certified clay pebble in the world.
Versatile- The porous, uneven structure has a high water capacity and is suitable for all hydroponic systems.
- Keep covered, in a dry, well-ventilated space.
- Keep away from direct sunlight.
RHP and KIWA certified pebbles for a clean and root friendly inert hydroponic substrate.
- Our Hydrocorn, commonly called clay pebbles are manufactured from the purest quality clays and then baked in an open furnace ignited with high-grade clean fuels, which guarantees our pebbles have no heavy metals or other contaminants which can be detrimental to plant health and yields.
- We are the only company that carries RHP certification for our clay pebbles, which makes it the professional growers number one choice of inert hydroponic substrate.
Misshapen and Porous:
- The porous structure allows the roots to have a supply of water during low-frequency irrigations, and the misshaped structure gives your root system more structure and stability.
- Due to the strongly increased international trade, a mandatory European standardized system has been introduced since 2000 (EN-12850 Soil-improvers and growing media - Determination of quantity). The EN volume is measured according to an internationally standardized method, whereby the specific density and humidity are decisive.