- High quality coconut substrate made in India.
- Coconut substrate, free of soil pathogens, odours, roots and any other impurities, then
- Washed in clean, salt-free water.
- A plant-based product for indoor and outdoor use.
in % of dry matter
|Water holding capacity|
< 0.6 ms/cm
All parameters correspond to the moment of packaging.
Use fertilizer as required. Store in a cool and dry place.
- ECO – An earth-friendly plant-based product.
- SUSTAINABLE – Provides environmental, social and economic benefits.
- PEAT-FREE – Protecting global wetland and peatland areas.
- COCONUT – A 100% coconut shell by-product.
- EC & PH – Optimal EC & pH levels.
- WATER RETENTION – Coir has a fibrous texture which provides the best water holding capacity for plant roots.
- AIR PROPERTIES – Excellent aeration properties.
- EASY GROWING – Easy to use and easy to grow.
- CO2 – A plant-based by-product which offsets and reduces carbon dioxide emissions.
- KOGuarantee – A quality control compliance guarantee.
- RECYCLE. REUSE. RETHINK. REDUCE. RENEW.
UGro Slab is a peat-free, eco, sustainable coconut substrate with low EC levels and minimum nutrients. It is packed into a large slab in plastic wrapping which is easy to use and easy to reposition. The bag has been treated for excellent UV stability.
- What you will need: UGro Slab, x4 UGro Cube Rhiza, scissors, clean water, root stimulator and fertiliser.
- There are four cubes marked for cutting on the top of the Slab and drainage holes underneath the Slab.
- Few hours prior to planting cut one of the cubes and proceed to hydrate the slab.
- Saturate the slab with 6.5 litres of clean water through the cut hole. Do not exceed this amount of water as this is can affect root development.
- We highly recommend adding root stimulator and fertiliser (only add half of the manufacturer’s recommended dose).
- To avoid planting and nutrient issues you must check that the pH of the solution is adjusted to 6.
- When the coconut substrate is fully rehydrated you may notice one side of the Slab is more hydrated than the other. This is normal.
- Allow the Slab to rest so the high capillarity of coconut will distribute the humidity evenly.
- Once the Slab is hydrated you are ready to introduce your plants.
- Cut the remaining drainage holes in the base of the Slab, prior to cutting the top cubes.
- On the top of the Slab, cut out the remaining hole for UGro Cube Rhiza to sit on.
- Now place your plants (or Cubes) on top of the planting holes, on the top the Slab.
- The roots will now spread across, allowing the plants to absorb the nutrients.