Perlite soil is rich in minerals such as iron, sodium, calcium and other minerals due to its mineral properties. The processed perlite is completely light and white. Perlite is a light, porous material with a neutral pH and is able to absorb and retain abundant water. With perlite, water can be provided to the roots in large quantities and for a long time with an even distribution in the soil and prevent it from being wasted. In fact, a very small reservoir is created to store very large amounts of water for the plant in the heart of the soil and over time, water is provided to the roots. Perlite prevents leaching of soil nutrients. The presence of porosity in perlite facilitates air and gas exchanges in the soil for plant roots, improves soil aeration and watering system and thus improves soil aeration. With perlite, the problem of gas accumulation in the soil is solved to a great extent. Also, the roots and terrestrial organs of the plant develop more easily in the soil.