DCM Potting soil Cactus/Succulents
DCM Potting Ecoterra® Cacti, succulents and rock plants retains its airy structure with the addition of lava, thus ensuring healthy roots and...
DCM Potting Ecoterra® Cacti, succulents and rock plants retains its airy structure with the addition of lava, thus ensuring healthy roots and good drainage. This is extremely important because cacti, succulents - and rock plants do not like wet roots, which is not enough ordinary potting soil. This compost is an organic fertilizer that give plants the necessary nutrients. The ratio of air and moisture will be perfectly arranged. With lava and coconut fiber for sustained airy structure, better water distribution and healthy roots. With soft-acting organic fertilizer for a peaceful, balanced growth that can be used throughout the year.
How to use DCM Potting soil Cactus/Succulents
How Use?• Choose the right pot:• Consider the soil the plant needs and provide adequate space for the roots. Choose a pot that is 1 to 2 sizes larger than the old pot when repotting.• Choose a pot with drainage holes, so the excess water can drain away.• Cover the bottom of the pot with a layer of DCM hydro grain. These beads prevent the drainage holes from becoming blocked with potting soil or plant roots.• Loosen the DCM soil well and fill the pot partly. Leave enough room for the root ball.• Remove the plant from the pot and loosen the roots gently, letting you remove old soil as much as possible. Make sure the root ball is sufficiently moist before repotting.• Put the plant in the desired height in the pot and fill in further with DCM soil. Let a pouring edge of about 2 cm.• Press the soil down to make quite a good contact between the roots and the soil. This promotes the growth of the plant after the repotting. If necessary, you can headland the pot with DCM hydro grain, this prevents the splashing of potting soil in the water, and ensures that the soil dries out less quickly.
Contains only raw materials authorized in Annex I of the Regulation (EC) no. 889/2008 on organic product and method changes.
For additional instructions see product packaging.