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Coco peat (coco peat), also known as coir pith, coir fibre pith, coir dust.Coco peat is used as a soil additive. Due to low levels of nutrients in its composition, coco eat is usually not the sole component in the medium used to grow plants. When plants are grown exclusively in coco peat, it is important to add nutrients according to the specific plants’ needs.

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5Kg Block

These blocks are used as an alternative for peat moss. They are best used in large-scale nurseries, garden centres, large-scale commercial growers of flowers and fruits. They can be also loaded without Shrink Wrap. The absence of plastic shrink means less disposal work making it convenient for the buyer.

Low EC

  • - Potting mix suppliers
  • - Green houses.
  • - Hydroponic Growers
  • - Nursery & Garden center professionals
  • - Seedling Nurseries
  • - Lawn and Golf course constructors
  • - Horticulture and Floriculture applications
  • - Home Gardening (indoor and out door) and for landscaping use

High EC

Animal Bedding

Unwashed coco peat widely used as bedding for farm animals. Because of its water absorbent properties, coco peat helps to keep the farm clean and dry since it absorbs animal waste.

650 gm Bricks - 20 x 10 x 5 cm

Used to grow nursery plants and in green house. 650gms bricks are ideal for Home gardens. These are sold in large scale retail outlets in Europe and the US. They can be hand carried as they are low in weight. This rectangular brick weighing 650 grams can be either individually shrink wrapped or can be placed in carton boxes. The brick can be supplied with or without buyers printed labels.

They are excellent for propagation, water retention, soil aeration and seed germination. Coco coir bricks can be used in potting, seed stating, bulbs and tubers. It can be used as an alternatives for Peat Moss. The pH value of Peat Moss is low which makes it not suitable to grow all plants, where as, coir blocks have a pH value ranging from 5.5 to 6.5 making it ideal for wide range of plants. Method of Preparation: Soak the brick in a water trough and within minutes you can see the brick absorbing about 8 - 9 liters of water.

Grow Bags

Growbag is a large plastic bag filled with a growing medium and used for growing plants. The growing medium is usually based on a soil less organic material such as peat, coir, composted green waste, composted bark or composted wood chips,or a mixture of these. Various nutrients are added, sufficient for one season's growing, so frequently only planting and watering are required of the end-user.[Hydroponics grow bags, Tomato grow bags, Grow bags for Strawberry,Cucumber] Coir Grow Bags are an established and reliable alternative to Peat Moss Grow Bags and Stone wool GrowBags for Professional Cultivations ofHydroponically Grown Crops which includes options for all climates.

Benefits of using Coirs Grow bags/ Hydroponics Grow Bags: By using Coirs GrowBags, growers experience ongoing financial savings in their purchasing, a high quality crop and high yield. Excellent medium for seed propagation. Grow Bags are shipped compressed, allowing for easy handling and a low environmental impact with transport.

Husk Chips [Loose Chips & 5 kg Blocks]

  • - Potting Mixture where more aeration and water holding capacity is required.
  • - In between plant beds to control weeds
  • - For growing of orchids
  • - compost potting soils

Coco chips are also used as a mulching agent as well as a soil conditioner. Our coir chips are used as a mulching material in gardens. It is a natural and renewable substitute for pine bark. A garden where coir is applied doesn’t only look beautiful but on top of that is better for plants and trees because of its property to retain high amounts of water and to release it there where necessary

Coir Fiber

The fibrous husks are soaked in pits or in nets in a slow-moving body of water to swell and soften the fibres. The long bristle fibres are separated from the shorter mattress fibres underneath the skin of the nut, a process known as wet-milling. The mattress fibres are sifted to remove dirt and other rubbish, dried in the sun and packed into bales.

  • - Mattresses making
  • - Brushes and Doormats
  • - Sacking
  • - A small amount is also made into twine.
  • - Pillows,cushions