Plants growing in Coco Loco® will require less frequent watering. Whether you’re growing in hanging baskets, vertical gardens, containers, or seedling trays, extend your watering schedule!
The coir in Coco Loco® behaves like little sponges, making water available as needed by the plants. Coco Loco potting mix has the ability to hold more than its weight in water – while still draining well. Lower humidity reduces the possibility of attracting mold and root rot, as well as leaving insects less likely to bother your potted plants.
Loco for Coco – Why do plants go nuts for Coco Loco? It’s the bat guano! For centuries bat guano has been known to be a beneficial soil amendment that has a powerful effect on all kinds of plants. Add earthworm castings and you have a rich mix full of regenerative material that plants thrive on.
Aged forest products, coco coir, perlite, earthworm castings, fossilized bat guano, Norwegian kelp meal, oyster shell and dolomite lime (for pH adjustment).
|Mycorrhizae Content||Propagules per g||Mycorrhizae Content||Propagules per g|
|Glomus intradices||0.047||Rhizopongon villosullus||9.35|
|Glomus aggregatum||0.047||Scleroderma cepa||37.41|
|Glomus mosseae||0.047||Scleroderma citrinum||37.41|
|Glomus etunicatum||0.047||Suillus granulatus||18.7|
|Laccaria bicolor||9.35||Bacterial Specifications||cfu per g|
|Laccaria laccata||9.35||Bacillus amyloliquefaciens||100.2|
|Pisolithus tinctorius||692.05||Bacillus licheniformis||100.2|
|Rhizopongon amylopogon||9.35||Bacillus subtilis||100.2|
|Rhizopongon fulvigleba||9.35||Bacillus pumilus||100.2|
|Rhizopongon luteolus||9.35||Bacillus megaterium||100.2|
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