By : California Gardening youtube channel

Coconut coir or coco coir is a great alternative potting mix medium for preparing potting for peat moss. Although coco coir and peat moss are interchangeable, coconut coir is a more sustainable alternative to peat moss. Sustainability is the #1 reason to use coco coir over peat moss

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By : Green plants youtube channel

what is coco peat? - Cocopeat is a natural fibre particles made out of coconut husks. - It is a 100% natural growing medium. - This cocopeat dried in the sun and processed to produce different items namely cocopeat block, cocopeat briquettes, cocopeat powder etc. - Cocopeat decomposes at a very slow rate. - When aged correctly, peat holds sodium and potassium 

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 What is coco coir fiber? - Coco coir fiber is a natural fiber extracted from the husk of coconut. - Coconut fiber adds air pockets into your medium. - It’s not very absorbent which is good because the growing media needs air pockets in order to provide oxygen to the roots. What is Coco husk chips/pieces? - Coco husk chips are the slicing of the husk of the coconut into uniform sizes -Whole coconut husk is cut into different sizes, graded, washed to remove salts and excess tannin and dried. - Combination with Coir and chips are used in cut flower rose and gerbera production, to provide optimal drainage and aeration. - Added to potting soil, replacing regular bark,Coconut Husk Chips also significantly reduce the incidence of Sudden Oak Death (SOD) disease.

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By : Garden Up youtube channel


Simply put, the use of cocopeat is enough by adding water after which the cocopeat will expand. one cocopeat block in the form of a brick weighing 5 kg after expanding is enough for 8-10 medium-sized pots.

If you are just starting out, you can try with cocopeat which weighs 1kg or 2kg.

You should also know, that coco peat can be directly added to the garden soil to increase water retention, its use is for aeration and reduces the risk of soil fungus and root disease. Mix the soil in a ratio of 25/75. It can also be used as mulch around garden plants to help the soil retain moisture and prevent weed growth.

nowadays Cocopeat is becoming very popular, especially in urban homes.

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