Translation of vermiculite in Spanish:

vermiculite

vermiculita, n.

Pronunciation /vəˈmɪkjʊlʌɪt//vərˈmɪkjəˌlaɪt/

noun

  • 1

    vermiculita feminine
    • Soilless mixes are ideal - they contain sphagnum peat, vermiculite and perlite.
    • These soil mixtures should include sand, peat moss, perlite, vermiculite, and fir bark for adequate drainage.
    • Plants were grown individually in cylindrical pots of variable volume, containing a 1: 1 mixture of perlite and vermiculite.
    • The seedlings were transplanted into pots containing a mixture of 50% washed river sand, 25% vermiculite, and 25% perlite.
    • The seedlings were grown in a sand: vermiculite seedbed until transplanting and inoculation.
    • The deposit was interpreted to have formed by the replacement of biotite by vermiculite under the influence of pegmatitic fluids.
    • If the problem is reoccurring for you, think about switching from a peat-based mix to one that only contains perlite and vermiculite.
    • Non-sterile cultures were performed in pots containing a 2: 2: 1 mixture of perlite, vermiculite, and sphagnum moss.
    • Thus, further investigations of Wyoming's vermiculite deposits may lead to the discovery of other corundum occurrences.
    • This time I've planted them in vermiculite which is completely soil free and hence should not attract the dratted fungus gnats.
    • Perlite and vermiculite give it better drainage and aeration.
    • Most soil-less mixes are a combination of peat, perlite & vermiculite and drain very quickly.
    • Clay minerals are mainly illite and chlorite, with only traces of smectite, vermiculite and kaolinite.
    • Use a premixed potting soil, usually composed of sand, peat moss, fine bark, perlite or vermiculite.
    • Plants were further grown on vermiculite soil under white fluorescent tubes to observe mature plants and to harvest seeds.
    • Look for one containing vermiculite and perlite, sphagnum peat moss, a little ground bark and sand.
    • Compost, good garden soil, or loam can be used for up to half of the total mix, with the other half being vermiculite and/or perlite.
    • Twenty-day-old seedlings of these plants grown in pots containing vermiculite were used to observe stomatal aperture.
    • For direct sowing, sprinkle seeds in double rows on the raised beds and cover them with a 1/4-inch layer of sand or vermiculite.
    • In Wyoming, corundum has been found in gneiss, pelitic schist, and vermiculite schist.