Coco peat is a 100% natural organic growing medium and soil conditioner suitable for a variety of horticultural and hydroponic applications. Coco peat, also known as ‘coir fiber pith’, is made up of the fiber and pith that remains after the long coir fiber is extracted from the coconut husk.

Grow Cubes of Cocopeat

We have built up our own manufacturing network in India and are in a position to source and fulfil all customer requirements. We pay strict attention to Quality Standards, On-time Delivery and Service.Grow Cubes of Cocopeat are ideal for plant nurseries. Coco peat Grow cubes reduces the reject rate of nursery plant. Ability to control water and fertilizing independently during raising seeds also reduces the rejects. They are easy to handle and can be directly placed on the growing media in the latter stages where the uncovered or partly covered bottom allows undisturbed roots distribution into the grow media. It will save your money, time & risk. Grow cubes are suitable for any kind of crop and gives excellent results legal Cannabis Tomato, Chilies, Cucumber, Peppers, Strawberries, Roses, Gerberas.

Coco Peat 5kg Block

Coconut coir Blocks are 11 lbs. (5 kg) in weight. The blocks are dried, compressed, and need to be re-hydrated or broken apart prior to use. For large orders, these blocks can consist of either coco fiber, chips, or a mixture to meet your requirements. Blocks can be ordered in a washed or unwashed state. One 11lb (5 kg) block has the ability to hold over 6 gallons (22.7 liters) of water and expand up to 2.5 cu. ft. (18.7 gallons) after hydration.You can use this coco peat powder for various gardening activities. Whether your interest lies in horticulture or floriculture, this soil will prove useful for just about any type of plants, being a very handy medium for the germination of seeds. It can also be used to improve the health of grass or other plants in parks, gardens and golf courses.

Coco Peat Briquettes

In addition to the blocks, we can also supply coco peat in briquettes. These easy-to-use briquettes are 20 x 10 x 5, 5 cm in size and work in the same way as the blocks. When wet, they swell up and their volume increases by about ten times. For example, one briquette provides approximately 8 liters of pure coco peat. You can choose washed, buffered or unwashed coco peat. Briquettes can be individually wrapped if needed. Our briquettes with coco peat are an appealing product for scores of buyers. The coco peat briquettes are put to use in numerous sectors, for example, in retail. Briquettes are above all ideal for garden centers because they can be sold singly to consumers but the buffered coco peat also provides great solutions for the cultivation of fruit and vegetables too.

Cocopeat Grow Bag

This special grow bag has two layers: a layer of coco chips at the bottom (5-15 mm) and a layer of coco pith at the top where the fine dust is removed. Research and experience show that the double layer grow bag ensures optimal growth conditions: fast initial growth after planting, a horizontal rooting through the entire layer and uniform drainage. As such these coir grow bags can be optimally controlled and used in various crops: vegetables, flowers and soft fruit like strawberries. After cultivation the content of the grow bags can be used in other crops or as soil improvement. That’s because of the stable structure of the coir.

Cocopeat Disc

Coco peat discs are manufactured from good quality coconut husks while eliminating fines and sand particles to suit the requirements of Nursery growers. They also do not require any fertilizers and have the ability to make any plant grow to bear flowers or seeds to germinate. The coco peat discs are available in different sizes ranging from 20mm, 40mm, 60mm, 80mm, and 100mm to 120mm. The product is also available in distinct packaging options to suit the specific requirements of our clients. We also provide netted coco peat discs.

Coir Fiber

Coir fibers measure up to 35 cm in length with a diameter of 12-25 microns. A coconut harvest occurs once in 45 days. From 1000 coconuts it would be possible to extract 10 kgs of coir. Among vegetable fibers, coir has one of the highest concentrations of lignin, making it stronger but less flexible than cotton and unsuitable for dyeing. The tensile strength of coir is low compared to abaca, but it has good resistance to microbial action and salt water damage and needs no chemical treatment.

Wooden Logs and Lumbers

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