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MCP Substrat

Bilden ovan är tagen hos Ingemar Johansson i Varberg den 2 april 2008. MCP till vänster, lera till höger.
The picture above was taken by Ingemar Johansson in Varberg on 2 april 2008. With MCP left, with mud to the right.

80 kg lera/kubik
80 tastes kg / cubic

The trial was replaced clay with MCP zeolite in some pots. 2 various dosages of MCP compared with a dosage clay. Indoseringen of MCP's weight about 1/10 portion of the clay.
Lera 80 kg/m3 — MCP 6–8 kg/m3

Advantages of MCP
• Good outgrowth of the leaf system.
• Very good root development.
• Better absorption of water.
• Faster drying out if you wish this.

MCP zeolite does not decay, but maintain their structure and works well on long cultures.

Leaching reduced.

6-8 kg MCP/kubik
6-8 kg MCP/kubik

MCP has a high cation exchange capacity, which increases the substrate's ability to bind and exchange of nutrients with the plant roots. Nutrients stored in the MCP and becomes available to plants over a longer time.

  • MCP is one of the most effective utbytarna of cations and have a CEC of from 1.2 to 2.5 gequ / kg.
  • MCP has a stable jonbindningsförmåga at varying humidity.
  • MCP and clay can be mixed, if you do not want to replace the mud fully.


MCP replaces clay substrate.