Canna Aqua Clay Pebbles
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High-Quality Clay Pebbles that Produce Great Results with Canna Nutrients
This 20 or 45 litre bag of clay pebbles comes from the makers of one of the most popular nutrient lines out there. Ideal for use in most hydroponic systems - IWS, Wilma, Aquafarm, etc., and also great for improving drainage and aeration in more traditional mediums like soil and coco.
For even better results, why not take a look at HydroCorn clay pebbles? The price difference is negligible, but HydroCorn's unique 'popcorn' shape gives it a greater surface area, while creating more air gaps to oxygenate roots. This delivers faster growth rates and stronger plants, making it well worth the trade-up!
- Add 5 or more 45 litre bags to your cart and get the unmatchable price of £14.45 a bag!!!
- High porosity and high air content
- Tested to ensure a neutral pH
- Completely fungus free
- Low soluble salt content
- Environmentally friendly
1 x 45 litre bag of clay pebbles
Recommended additional purchases:
Silver Bullet Roots (oxygenates the rootzone, while preventing diseases like pythium)
Keep it Clean (prevents mineral deposits from forming in your system)
Hygrozyme (breaks down dead roots turning them into available food for your plants)
How Clay Pebbles Work
Used in an array of hydroponic systems, clay pebbles have a rough porous texture and are capable of holding onto quite a lot of water. At the same time, because of the air gaps in the substrate, drainage is almost free flowing, which is why it's such a popular choice for recirculating systems, helping to reduce issues caused by water logging. These gaps also help to oxygenate the rootzone, which in turn generates huge gains in terms of plant growth and development.
How to Use Clay Pebbles
What you do with these Clay Pebbles will depend on the system you intend to use them with. Just make sure that you wash them first to remove any traces of clay dust, which, if left untreated, may cause blockages in dripper lines, etc..