Coco peat soil is made from the pith inside a coconut husk.
It is naturally anti-fungal, making it an excellent choice to start seed but it is also used in rugs, ropes, brushes, and as stuffing.
Coco peat gardening is also used as a soil amendment, potting mix, and in hydroponic production.
High water holding capacity Acceptable pH & EC Ability to retain nutrients against leaching and to buffer supply Unique water holding capacity Good drainage / aeration Less shrinkage
Retains physical properties longer Light weight No pests, weeds, or diseases Odourless and pleasant to handle Natural and renewable resource
Uniform in composition 100% Organic Promotes strong root growth and plant vigour. Absorbs water readily and re-wets easily, thus reducing the need for wetting agents.
Reduces watering frequency without plant stress, thereby reducing labour costs and minimizing plant loss Increases shelf life of plants Slow breakdown of material means product will not shrink during your growing cycle
High water holding capacity while still maintaining excellent drainage and aeration
Main uses of coco peat are as: Potting mixes Green houses Hydroponics growing media Nursery & garden center professionals Seedling nurseries Lawn and golf courses Horticulture and floriculture applications Home gardening (indoor and outdoor) and for landscaping use Amending clay soils