Coco peat is a multi purpose growing medium. Coco peat is good for potting, seedling, golf green constructors and gardening. As it is an environmental friendly it helps to protec the environment while it makes a good environment for above mentioned. It is a spongy material that binds the coconut fiber in the husk; coir peat is finding new applications. It is an excellent soil conditioner and is being extensively used as a soil-less medium for agri-horticultural purposes. With its moisture retention qualities, coir pith is ideal for growing anthuriums and orchids. Available in raw form or converted into organic manure.
Vegetable gardens, Bedding Plants, Hydroponics, Potted Plants, Golf course greens, New lawns, Potting mixes, green houses, Flower gardens, Rose cultivation, Re-planting, Mushroom farming, Bonsai mixes, Garden beds and Growing medium for Earth worms
Coco Peat is a very good soil conditioner and it can retain moisture up to eight times of its volume.
Consistent and Uniform in Texture
It makes a great bedding material for worm bins! It's actually good for them and increases worm growth by 25%.
The structure of coco peat is useful for the soil conditioning and the coco peat is having a slow degradation rate so that it is used in the growth of the plants.
Holds and released nutrients in solution over extended periods without rewatering.
The value pH is 5.8 to 6.5; Coco Peat holds water rather than shedding it like traditional peat does.
Has got great oxygenation properties which helps for healthy root development.
Contains air porosity and it helps the plant to have strong roots.
Coco Peat is very slow to disintegrate, whereas peat breaks down within two years after application, Coco Peat only begins to break down when it is 10 years old, long term benefits