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  1.What is PAFCAL?

Pafcal is an innovative new material designed by Suntory through its flower business and plant science, can overcome both of these problems.

   

   2.  How often do we need to water the plant?

We suggest to water 3-5 days once. Pafcal, it will absorb water consistently throughout from the bottom to top with balance of 30% of water and 70% of air, and it depends on the plant that you planting as well as the environment. 

   3.  When do I need to fertilize the plant?

All the plant products retailing on our website do not require fertilizers as the PAFCAL is nutritious and healthy. If you however wish to see your plant grow at a faster speed, you may use sparing amount of water-based fertilizer once every month. Take note not to overdo it, as it may have counter-effect.  

   

   4.   Is the Indoor plants available on the website suitable for home living area?

Definitely a YES! Our plants are suitable for indoor with sufficient lighting either from sunlight or fluorescent lights.

   

   5. How long does Pafcal last?

If you wonder about the life span of Pafcal, the answer would be approximately 10 years. Pafcal is an eco-green material available for recycle and reuse . Therefore, even if the plants die, you are able to recycle by using the Pafcal on other indoor plant. 

  

   6. Where can I purchase the product?

You can purchase through our website where you able to enjoy free delivery with purchase of more than $30

   

    7.  Can I choose the plant to purchase?

Of course you can, if is available in our online store.

   

     8.  How light is Pafcal compared to soil?

PAFCAL is shipped/sold to you dry and compact, so that shipping and storage cost is reduced. Once you filled up with water, Pafcal would still be about two times lighter than soil. 

  

     9.  What should I do if my plant looks dull?

If the leaves are faded or turned yellowish, insufficient sunlight may be a cause. Trim the dead leaves or yellowish leaves, and relocate the plants to a place with brighter sunlight. There are also possibility that the plant is sick or infected by insects therefore you can use a commercially available insect repellent or trim the affected leaves and stems.

     

     10.  Can we soak the Pafcal in water?

Pafcal is something like sponge material, therefore we do not encourage to soak Pafcal which will damage the root of plants. A moist (to touch) but not soaked PAFCAL presents the best condition for plant growth.