Plantit Clay Pebbles

PLANT!T horticultural clay pebbles

PLANT!T horticultural clay pebbles

PLANT!T horticultural clay pebbles are made from 100% natural clay. They are clean, pH stable, and offer great aeration and drainage in hydroponics, especially in flood and drain, deep water culture, and drip feed systems. Due to their unique structure and ability to cover a large surface area, they offer the ideal environment to foster beneficial bacterial growth around the root zone, leading to naturally healthier plants.

Plant it pebble size

Plant it pebble size

PLANT!T Clay Pebbles benefits:

Extremeley stable in both pH and EC
Made from 100% natural clay
Strong structural integrity means that they are less likely to break and compact, which helps to prevent dripper systems from getting blocked
Pre-washed to aid in stability
Drain freely and do not hold any excess water, providing good oxygen levels around the root; suitable for flood and drain systems, multi-pot and drip feed systems
Will not float once fully wet

Plantit bag

Plantit bag

PLANT!T Clay Pebbles can be used for:

Aeration of growing media – ideal to mix into coco coir or soil to aid aeration
Drainage – will hold water as well as offering great aeration properties and free draining
Decoration – looks great as a top dressing for pots and also helps to prevent evaporation
Hydroponics/hydroculture – used widely in hydroponic growing, they are ideal for flood and drain, deep water culture and drip feed systems
Aquaponics – are also ideal to be used in aquaponic systems

When used in aeration of growing media, mix PLANT!T horticultural clay pebbles into your coco coir or soil at a rate 4 parts clay to 7 parts soil to loosen up the structure, leading to better root development.

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2 comments to Plantit Clay Pebbles

  • jon

    Do these float? I have had lots of issues with clay floating.

    • TCLynx

      Any really light weight media will float some when you first wash it before it has had a chance to soak up any moisture. I’ve used this and it didn’t seem to be a problem in a flood and drain bed that had an inch or so of media above the high water level. In fact I think I probably had the water flooding to the surface with no floating issues.

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