BioBizz All-Mix Soil

BioBizz All-Mix Soil

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BioBizz Light-Mix Soil - 20 Litres

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BioBizz All-Mix - 20 Litres

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BioBizz All-Mix - 50 Litres

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Bio-Bizz All-Mix is unlike anything you would find in a garden centre. It contains an effective blend of soil (20%), compost (35%), worm castings (10%) and Perlite (30%) as well as a special 'pre-mix' (5%) of biologically active organic ingredients that have been fermented for a month to create a potent mixture. We recommend using Bio-Bizz All-Mix during growth and flowering, ideally in conjunction with Bio-Bizz Nutrients for best results.

All Mix is suitable for all stages of plant life and can be purchased in two different sized bags; 20 Litres and 50 Litres. Bio-Bizz also produces a 'Light Mix' that has been specifically formulated for seedlings and cuttings. This is available in a 20 Litre bag. Both grades of Bio-Bizz soil are 100% organic.

If you want to order a pallet quantity then call us on 0845 345 5177 and we'll do our best to quote you a great price!

Kit Contains


For a very basic overview of the systems BioBizz All-Mix Soil will work well in as a growing media, see the table below:

NFT Systems Flood & Drain Bubbler Systems Pots


Not recommended



Not recommended



Not recommended


- Great on its own

- Can add perlite

- Can add seramis

Q & A

Questions and Answers (5)

Should I use ph down with this soil and if not ?
We would not advise using pH adjustment chemicals in soil, as the soil acts as a natural buffer, & pH up or down will kill any beneficial bacteria in the rootzone.

Written by DG | 3 Jun 2013

Hi. can i use bio bizz all mix soil to germinate seeds.. many thnx
I would recommend using either Fleximix Root Riot Cubes, or Jiffy Plugs to start the seeds off, then transplant into Bio-Bizz All Mix.

Written by NS | 28 Jan 2013

hi can this be used for seedlings ?
The Bio-Bizz All Mix can be used right from the start. It has enough nutrient content for the first 4 weeks of growth.

Written by AP | 28 May 2012


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