WHY COCOPEAT ?
Coco peat, also known as coir peat or coir fiber pith, is a growing medium made from the fibrous material found between the outer husk and the hard inner shell of coconuts.
It is an alternative to traditional peat moss and is often used in commercial horticulture, hydroponics, and home gardening. It is a very good substrate for growing different seedlings in an effective and efficient way.
Coco peat is prized for its high water-holding capacity, good air-filled porosity, and natural pH balance. It is also renewable and sustainable, as the raw material can be harvested from coconut husks that would otherwise be discarded as waste.
Additionally, coco peat is considered more environmentally friendly than traditional peat moss, as it does not require the destruction of peat bogs.
- It is purely natural, organic, and biodegradable
- It has a high water retention capacity for plant growth
- It is lightweight and easy to use
- It reduces the compaction of soil and increases aeration
- The pH of Cocopeat is 5.7-6.5, ideal for most the Plants
- Being a natural weedicide, It doesn’t let the weeds grow
- Less fungal infection
- It is best for the germination of seeds
- It works best in soil-less hydroponic farming
- It is used as a pure substrate for different crops or as a component in potting soil mixtures
- It is an excellent growing medium and an ideal substitute for peat moss