Kiryuzuna hard quality 2/5 mm (about 11 kg - 14 lt), for coniferous bonsai
KIRYUZUNA HARD QUALITY 2/5 mm (about 11 Kg - 14 lt), FOR CONIFER BONSAI .
The kiryuzuna is the fundamental component to create the right substrate for any type of bonsai obtained from conifers, such as pines and firs.
The Kiryuzuna is collected and dried, heated to remove organisms and parasites and pulverized in different sizes.
Kiryuzuna can be mixed with akadama, pumice, volcanic lapillus, zeolite and perlite to make the substrate richer in nutrients and more similar to the natural characteristics in which plants live or it can be used pure as the sole component of the soil.
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MEDIUM CHEMICAL ANALYSIS (Performed by Geosism & Nature sas using EDX Spectroscopy)
The chemical analysis of kiryuzuna turns out to be an average between the two proposed analyzes which are respectively: the first relating to dark-colored granules and the second relating to light-colored granules.
Dark colored granules
Oxygen (O): 58.83%;
Silicon (Si): 24.70%;
Aluminum (Al): 7.18%;
Phosphorus (P): 0.12%;
Potassium (K): 0.32%;
Magnesium (Mg): 0.38%;
Iron (Fe): 2.25%;
Calcium (Ca): 0.86%;
Titanium (Ti): 0.21%;
Sodium (Na): 0.57%;
Carbon (C): 4.50%;
Manganese (Mn): 0.01%;
Thallium (Tl): 0.06%.
Light colored granules
Oxygen (O): 53.84%;
Silicon (Si): 16.84%;
Aluminum (Al): 14.52%;
Phosphorus (P): 0.09%;
Potassium (K): 0.11%;
Magnesium (Mg): 0.10%;
Iron (Fe): 0.83%;
Calcium (Ca): 8.47%;
Titanium (Ti): 0.10%;
Sodium (Na): 1.52%;
Carbon (C): 3.58%;
Manganese (Mn): 0.01%;
Thallium (Tl): 0.00%.
pH : neutral.
FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND FIELDS OF USE
Lightweight natural inert, ideal for:
? provide the right balance of water, air and nutrients;
? hold water for a long time without soaking the roots;
? fcontains enormous quantities of minerals thanks to its volcanic origin.
Further tips for the right soil formula:
? drainage must vary from species to species; it is therefore important to also take into account the environmental situation in which our bonsai lives; the ideal soil should be aerated in the right way, so as to circulate oxygen and retain enough water to satisfy the plant's water needs between waterings
? the plants live in symbiosis with mycorrhizae. It is therefore useful to spread a veil of original earth in direct contact with the lower part of the roots;
? use all the components of the soil well dried and left to rest for a few days in the sun, eliminating parts of plants, seeds, larvae or insects.
NB: PACKAGING NEWS
It is specified that the product will arrive inside the original packaging sealed by the Japanese manufacturer, above which Geosism & Nature sas will apply a regular label translated into the official language of the country of sale, according to the terms of the law.