Product Description:
Rock wool, a lightweight hydroponic substrate,

Is manufactured by melting basaltic rock (and dolomite)  and spinning the melted basalt into fibers. The fibers are then coated with a hydrophilic agent, compressed, cured, and

cut into large rectangular shapes of rock wool..

Because rock wool and other stone or mineral wools used in horticulture originate from rock, they are considered by many to be a natural product. Rock wool is a widely utilised

substrate in commercial horticulture for the production of crops as diverse as tomatoes, melons, cucumbers, peppers, strawberries, herbs, cannabis and cut flowers; however it

can also easily be used by smaller hydroponic growers wanting to take advantage of improved root zone technology.

Characteristics & Benefits:

Completely sterile and inert – ideal hydroponic growing medium. Reduced risk of pests and disease.

Even root growth – predominantly vertical fiber structure means identical levels of resistance for each root, so roots grow evenly.

Increased root development – structure of the rockwool is designed for optimum air / water balance and accelerated rooting.

Uniformity – quality and structure is uniform, so water content and EC (CF) will remain the same for every plant.

Re-wetting – It is is easy to re-saturate if it dries out, reducing the risk of root damage.

NO. Main Size Packing Loading Quantity
1 3*3*4cm 3312pcs/carton 177cartons/20’GP,


2 4*4*4cm 1960pcs/carton 177cartons/20’GP,


3 5*5*5cm 1056pcs/carton 177cartons/20’GP,


4 6*6*6cm 567pcs/carton 177cartons/20’GP,


5 7.5*7.5*7.5cm 320pcs/carton 177cartons/20’GP,


6 10*10*7cm 216pcs/carton 177cartons/20’GP,


7 10*10*10cm 144pcs/carton 177cartons/20’GP,


8 15*15*15cm Wrapped, 48pcs/carton 155cartons/20’GP,


 9 100*20*7cm Wrapped by bulk 2300pcs/20’GP