Growstone GS-3 Coco Mix - 1.5 cu ft. *DISCONTINUED*

This item has been discontinued, Please try our selection of Hydroton, Pebbles, Clay, Stones for an alternative.



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Name Growstone GS-3 Coco Mix - 1.5 cu ft. *DISCONTINUED*
Brand Growstone
SKU 714242
UPC 894854002163
MSRP $28.95
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This item has been discontinued, Please try our selection of Hydroton, Pebbles, Clay, Stones for an alternative.





Growstone sourced the finest coco fiber and blended it with our 100% recycled, 100% American made Growstones. What they created is a mix that can’t be matched.

Ready-to-use Soil-less Blend

  • Allows for more frequent feedings
  • Super aerated root zone
  • Prevents overwatering and root rot
  • Beneficial microbes added
  • Triple washed and buffered coco coir
  • Xtreme Mykos inside
  • What’s so special about our GS-3 Coco Mix?

    This mix was specially designed for heavy feeding plants in re-circulating hydroponic systems or run-to-waste container gardens with a unique air-to-water ratio throughout the root zone, allowing for more frequent feeding per day with no risk of root rot.

    Getting Started

    Directions

    Planting: Select a clean container with drainage holes. Cover the bottom of the container with a lightweight drainage layers such as Growstone Hydroponic Growth Medium. Fill the container with GS-3 Coco Mix up to a height no greater than your plant root ball. Place the root ball on the container, and fill the remaining container volume with GS-3 Coco Mix up to 1” to 2” from the rim. Press gently around the stem, and water thoroughly.

    Repotting: When plants are root bound, its time to repot. For continued growth, repot into a larger container. Thoroughly water the plant and turn the container upside down while tapping gently on the bottom of the container to loosen soil and roots. Once the plant is out, remove all the old discolored roots. Gently break up the remaining roots to promote new growth. Repot in larger container by following the planting directions. Water thoroughly.