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Mix No.1

All Purposeful

Opus Grows Mix #1 is a biologically-enhanced soil with Mycorrhizae and a shot of cultured compost Bio-Tope™. This Opus mix helps your plants establish and maintain a savory environment for healthy microbial populations.

  • Ingredients
    Key Ingredient – Coir – the brown fibrous particles in your potting mix – is a renewable byproduct of coconut husks and a great natural soil amendment that retains nutrients, prevents leaching, and prolongs plant health by encouraging larger, healthier roots. Coir's neutral pH level (5.5-6.5) is ideal for a wide range of plants. Coir aerates and improves soil drainage, but also prevents soil from drying out too quickly by retaining water in its fibers. We mix the coir with the more acidic peat moss to extend the life of the compost. See details on all ingredients in our Journal.
    Full list: Coconut coir fiber, sphagnum peat moss, pumice, perlite, organic compost, aged bark fines, worm castings, wood biochar, diatomaceous earth, natural limestone (for pH adjustment), fish bone meal, bat guano, feather meal, blood meal, alfalfa meal, shrimp meal, humic acid (derived from leonardite), basalt rock dust, and kelp meal. It also contains the non-plant food ingredient mycorrhizae.
  • Directions For Use
    Opus Grows is ready to go and super easy to use. Just add a little water and sunshine! After a few weeks of plant growth, it is best to add recommended nutrients for your particular plant's growth stage. Always follow the water, fertilizer, and light requirements of your individual plant, and make adjustments for your particular growing conditions and needs.
    Got leftover Opus? Time to get creative. See what you can get growing! Top off a house plant or grab a container and some seeds and get going.
  • Third Party Growing Tests
    Microbial Matrix Systems Inc. got our soil under the microscope to determine the impact of biochar on Opus Grows soil biology. By a process called epifluorescence microscopy (used to quantify the populations of beneficial bacteria and fungi, aka soil biology), they found that our compost activated with biochar has significantly improved microbial activity relative to compost without biochar. The active soil biology converts organic matter into nutrients needed for root development, plant growth & vigor, and fruit development.

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How to order All Purposeful

Wholesale Bags
& Pallets

Choose from our professional organic line of soils, or have your custom blend packaged by the bag and delivered to your facility. We offer co-packaging services if you already have your own packaging label. The minimum wholesale order is 8 pallets, or between 400 and 480 bags.

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Container Deliveries

New! Rexius now offers a special service of “pre-filling” your container of choice with your soil of choice. We can fill any size of polycan, smart pot, or fabric pot, palletize and ship direct to you, ready to use.

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Tote Delivery

A convenient way to store your soil temporarily and protect it from extra moisture and contaminants. Available in 2 or 3 cubic yard bulk super sacks (totes). The minimum wholesale order is 8 pallets or 8 totes.

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Bulk Deliveries

All mixes can be delivered in bulk from 15 to 75 cubic yards per load. Rexius offers a prompt and reliable service of our own fleet of live floor self-unloading equipment or through contract carriers, depending on your location.

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