Product Guide: Ultra and EZ Blend Towers
Both HydraFiber Ultra and EZ Blend are available in ready-to-mix, tower form and don't require any additional equipment. This guide lays out the advantages, characteristics and applications of both HydraFiber options.
Use these answers to the most commonly asked questions as a quick reference for all things HydraFiber.
HydraFiber at a Glance for Growers
Get the short overview of why HydraFiber is growing better plants and better margins for growers across the country.
Replace Your Perlite with HydraFiber
As perlite supplies become more scarce and costs go up, leading growers are switching to engineered-fiber HydraFiber as the high-quality, cost-effective alternative.
HydraFiber Equipment Testimonial
Growers share their experiences with switching to HydraFiber — including how they've been able to eliminate perlite and reduce other raw materials in their greenhouses.
HydraFiber Processing Unit: Panel and Conveyor Installation Instructions
After your HydraFiber Processing Unit is in place and the permanent legs have been installed, use these instructions for easy conveyor installation.
HydraFiber Processing Unit Technical Bulletin: Panel Installation
Instructions for quick and easy panel installation once you've assembled the HPU conveyor assembly.
HydraFiber Processing Unit Technical Bulletin: Bearing Shim Plate Installation
Reference this guide to properly retrofit shims needing replacement from stray soil/substrate particles affecting your HPU's operation.
A Visit to Conover: The Story of HydraFiber
See how HydraFiber is made at our home plant in Conover, NC.
"Are All Woods Equal?" Dr. Bruce Bugbee Full Webinar
Dr. Bruce Bugbee's full 2018 CULTIVATE talk summarizing his research on differences among types of wood products.
Calculating the Amount of HydraFiber Ultra in the Mix
Routine calibrations you should be conducting on your incoming raw materials and blends to make sure you're able to grow, ship and sell the healthiest plants. If you are working with the Ultra substrate, be sure to refer to the these guidelines before starting your soil mix line calibration process.
Calibrachoa Lime Rate Reduction Study
Lime rate study detailing how increasing the amount of HydraFiber in your mix, and decreasing peat, reduces the amount of lime needed to maintain pH levels.
"Change is Good, All Good" Daniel Norden Full Webinar
Daniel Norden gives you tips on getting started incorporating HydraFiber into your mix.
Container Filling Testimonial
Growers share their experiences with container filling once switching to HydraFiber.
Container Filling with HydraFiber
Instructions for adjusting your machines and practices to fill your pots and six packs.