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We are widely known in the industry for meeting the demands of high-quality Raw Rice Husk.
Rice paddy husk, a tough protective layer that protects the rice, is widely utilised in fertiliser, fuel, construction materials, insulation, and other industrial purposes.
We offer it to our industrial customers at cheap costs after rigorous quality testing and making sure it is devoid of any foreign materials.
Husks of rice has better drainage and a higher water retention rate.
The natural hue of rice hulls mixes in with the soil more effectively than the grey and white of pumice and perlite, and they are also less dusty than mined soil additives.
Rice hulls are most comparable to coco coir and sphagnum peat moss, however they are more sustainable than either.
Because they are biodegradable and harmless, rice hulls feed the soil as they decompose.
Rice hulls can be used as fuel, fertiliser, insulation, and building material. The chaff of the rice includes the rice hulls.
Use of Rice Hulls in Gardening When fertilising your garden soil in the spring, spread it evenly over the top in a two-inch layer and work it into the top 6 to 12 inches of soil. You should incorporate 10–50% rice hulls into the potting soil for potted plants. Similar to how you would use straw, you can mulch your bedding with rice hulls. Because rice hulls are so light, they are particularly suitable for rooftop gardening and other areas where a soil amendment is needed to make the soil lighter.
The tough coverings that protect rice grains are known as paddy or rice husks. Rice hulls can be used for a variety of things in addition to safeguarding rice throughout the growing season, including building materials, fertiliser, insulation, bird nesting material, puja altars, yaganas, and fuel. Composting can be done using rice/paddy husks/hulls, however due to their high lignin concentration, it may take a while. Earthworms can occasionally be employed to speed up the procedure. Hulls can be turned into fertiliser using vermicomposting methods in about four months. PBH, or parboiled rice/paddy hulls, are used as a substrate or media for gardening, including some hydrocultures. The hulls deteriorate with time. Compared to grow stones, rice hulls allow for drainage and hold less water. It has been established that rice hulls have no impact on the control of plant development. the husks of paddy
Packaging and Delivery
Price per Quantity=$1.89
Minimum order value=1500
1 Quantity= 1 kg
Cost of minimum order=2835