Coco Peat

Coco Peat is the ‘coir fibre pith’ or ‘coir dust’, a by-product produced when processing  the  coconut husks for extraction  long  fibre. Coco Peat  is  the binding material that comes from the fibre fraction of the coconut husk.

Coco Peat makes an excellent growing medium for hydroponics, soil mixes, spill  absorbent and  container  plant  growing. This clean  coir has natural rooting hormones and anti-fungal properties. It is a 100% organic product  and is a  proven natural  alternative to  mined peat moss,  therefore   using  it  helps  slow  down   peat  extraction   from environmentally sensitive swamps worldwide.

• Coco Peat can  be used  in seed starting mixes, bedding plants,  planters, soil mixes,  gardens,  and container plants.  Anywhere you would use peat moss. The properties of Coco Peat make it resistant to bacterial and fungal growth.

• Coco Peat holds water rather than shedding it like traditional peat does! It holds 8-9 times it’s weight in water.

• Coco Peat  has the  ability  to store  and  release  nutrient to  plants for  extended periods  of time. It also  has great oxygenation properties which is important for healthy root development.

• It has a pH of 5.0-6.8 which is neutral to slightly acidic. This makes it great for alkaline garden soils.

• Easy to use! Just put your compressed Coco Peat brick in a container, add 4 quarts of warm water and let it sit until the water is absorbed, fluff it up and you are ready to use Coco Peat!

• Coco Peat can even be reused for up to 4 years!

• Vermiculture: Coco Peat makes a great bedding material for worm bins! It’s actually good for them and increases worm growth by 25%.

• Coco Peat disintegrates very slowly. While traditional peat breaks down as quick as 2 years, Coco Peat shows signs of breaking down after 10 years or more.

Coco Peat is used in various fields such as:

• Potting mix suppliers.

• Green houses

• Hydroponics Growers

• Nursery & Garden centre professionals

• Seedling Nurseries

• Lawn and Golf course constructors

• Horticulture and Floriculture applications

• Home Gardening (indoor and outdoor) and for landscaping use

• Mushroom Farming

• Bonsai Mixes

• Turf Farming

• Vegetable Gardens

• Rose Cultivation

For enquiry, kindly please contact :

Mr. Kenji Tay

H/P : +6012-2397177

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