Dimensions: 20 liter bag bulk
20 Liter terrarium substrate – bulk – no swelling necessary – immediate use. Terrarium soil. Coconut soil.
Tropical terrarium substrate made from coconut fibers – natural terrarium substrate for your terrarium. 100% natural substrate from renewable resource, use as terrarium bedding or litter for rodents.
ideal for natural terrarium environment
increases terrarium humidity
binds odors and excretions
encourages natural burrowing and trenching behavior
The substrate can also be used as an incubation material due to its hygroscopic properties
pH-level between 5.6 and 6.3
Heat-sterilized, therefore free from fungus and germ, free from harmful substances, dyes, binders, preservatives
no fertilizers or other chemicals added
After use, can be disposed of in a garden bed, on compost or in an organic waste bin
Ensures the best possible hygiene in terrariums. Free of stones and wood pieces. The coconut soil has a long shelf-life and does not mold. Heat-sterilized and therefore fungus and germ free, un-fertilized, peat-free and compostable. Very suitable for all amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates that prefer a wet habitat. Also suitable for terrarium plants. – yields loose coconut humus.
The burrowing humus is excellent for tarantulas, amphibians and reptiles from tropical regions and can be used either dry or humid.
Can be remoistened.
20 Liters terrarium litter made from 100% pure coconut fibers. Ready for use – no swelling with water required. Natural terrarium substrate for your terrarium.
Super absorbent coconut bedding for your terrarium. Bonds liquids and absorbs odors reliably. Ensures good hygiene in a terrarium without the use of chemicals.
This litter can be used immediately and is delivered in a 20 L plastic bag. 100% pure coconut litter terrarium soil. Easy-to-Use: immediately useable – no swelling with water required. Long shelf life.
This product is peat-free, un-fertilized and has not been chemically treated. Free from stones, wood pieces and other impurities. Won from coconut husk fibers.
The coconut soil can be easily discarded in the waste bin after use or in a garden bed. Won from renewable resources.