This is our proposal for a specialized soil substrate for growing and transplanting cacti. This compost is made in Germany and is extremely affordable.
The soil for cacti is known throughout Europe, cactus lovers and collectors use it very much for planting and transplanting cacti and succulents. Cacti soil is extremely popular and is valued in France, Germany, Spain, and Portugal.
The characteristic of the soil substrate for cacti is the balanced content of highly fertile white peat, pumice, sand, clay, and special additives for cactus plants.
The soil is dewormed and does not contain insect larvae, flies, fungal spores, and other pests.
The soil has good hygroscopicity and a physicomechanical structure suitable for cacti. This allows the excess water to drain away and prevents the soil from becoming swampy and the cactus roots from rotting.
The soil for cacti is excellent for growing potted cacti, as well as for transplanting cacti into new ceramic pots or plastic ones. The characteristic of the soil is that it is close in composition to the natural soil in which cacti grow.
As all professional gardeners and collectors of cactus plants know, this type of plant is succulent and needs a sunny place in the summer months and a bright but dry place in winter. The most suitable place for them is the sunny southern exposure.
Cacti start vegetation and usually bloom in spring. For this reason, Stender is a fertile soil for cacti, which is extremely suitable because it provides the necessary nutrients and so important for this type of ornamental plant’s physicomechanical soil composition.
This cactus soil drains well and provides a good air regime at the roots of cacti.
The soil is suitable for cacti such as Gymnocalycium, Mammillaria, Parodia, and Notocactus, which usually bloom in normal home conditions. You can also grow Astrophytum, Rhipsalidopsis x graeseri, Epiphyllum, Echinocereus, Lobivia, Opuntia, Ocuya strain, Ocoya, Oroya Euphorbia splendens / Milii and many others.
The soil is valued when growing succulent plants such as Echeveria imbricata, Agave Americana, Sedum sediforme, Agave victoriae-reginae, artificial coral, Yucca (Yucca filamentosa ‘Golden Sword’), Graptoveria (Graptoveria acaulis), Ledebouria socialis, Kalanchoe luciae, Senecio antandroi and many others.
This soil contains the following nutrients:
Assimilable nitrogen (NH4 + NO3) – it 100 to 300 milligrams per 1 liter of substrate
Assimilable phosphorus (P2O5) – from 30 to 100 milligrams per 1 liter of substrate
Assimilable potassium (K2O) – between 200 and 300 milligrams per 1 liter of substrate
Potassium chloride (KCL) – 1.3 grams in 1 liter of substrate
Acidity (Ph reaction) of the substrate – Ph 6.5 – 7.0 (neutral reaction)
Substrate bulk density – 0.90 to 1.00 kg / liter
Weight – 5 liters of soil
Product weight – about 5.00 kg.