When it comes to irrigating in order to let it more water and air, less is more. If you are irrigating too often, then you end up with too much moisture and not enough air flow. When you use rock wool it gives your plants a bit of a boost, where you won’t have to worry about irrigation as much. You won’t need a lot of rock wool in relation to the size of your plant.
- When working with rockwool, try increasing the size until the final transplant.
- Rockwool comes in cubes, slabs and – most affordably – loose as granules or flock.
- For larger volumes, top feeding is often used for its precision.
“For the new grower not understanding how to work with rockwool and it’s unique properties, can lead to unfavorable results.”