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Stonington Blend™ Organic & Natural Aeration Formula

Stonington Blend™ Organic & Natural Aeration Formula

 

A blend of coir and perlite has been a must have for hydroponic growers for years. At Coast of Maine we have developed our own unique blend by adding lobster meal and kelp meal bringing life and energy to this popular growing media.

 

• Peat Free.

• 70% Coconut coir/30% perlite.

• Increased aeration and drainage.

• Plant directly in this blend.

• For indoor and outdoor containers.

 

Available in 1.5cf bags.

 

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The Coast of Maine difference

Here at Coast of Maine we are proud of the quality and consistency of our compost-enhanced soils. Compost (naturally decomposed organic matter), we believe, is the key ingredient. Our soils are made using carefully designed and tested recipes which include the very best ingredients (sourced from pristine ocean waters and local farms) combined with rigorous quality controls. We never use biosolids, municipal or household waste. Close attention to detail with frequent turning, sampling and testing, plus a lengthy aging and curing process, produces dark, rich compost that builds soil and enhances plant growth.

We use all natural ingredients

Plants grown in Stonington Blend Organic & Natural Aeration Formula should be watered and fertilized as needed.  The frequency will depend on many factors, including your climate, container size, and plant size.  When watering, add enough to fully saturate the media, allowing excess water to drain from the bottom of the container.

Ingredients
Coir pith, perlite, composted poultry manure, and fertilizer (see below)

Store this bag in a cool, dry place, avoiding direct sunlight.

Information regarding the contents and levels of metals in this product is available at: http://www.aapfco.org/metals.html

Florida Dept. of Ag & Consumer Services fertilizer license F2755


Directions for use

Getting ready

How much Stonington Blend™ Aeration Formula will you need?
This 1.5 cubic foot bag equates to 11.2 gallons.

Container Gardens and Repotting Plants

 

Fill your container to just below the top of the pot, leaving enough space for your root ball.

Place your clone or transplant in the soil and make sure the soil is level across the surface, adding more if necessary.

 

 

Water in thoroughly.

 

 

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