A natural endurable substitute to peat moss

    Coco peat is a fine fibre dust from coconut husk. It’s a wonderful product that retains moisture blends well with compost and nutrients provides suitable atmosphere and helps roots to grow naturally. It’s used majorly in home gardening, green houses, landscaping, nurseries, gardens, pot plants, terrarium, growbags, vertical gardens etc. It is compressed into brick form for easy handling and shipping. Our coco peat bricks are perfectly packed and transported to customers.

Cocopeat soil-less cultivation

    Coconut husk is emerging as a rich resource for a variety of products as well as soil-less gardening. The coconut fibre has been known since long as raw material for a large number of products such as ropes, coir mats, coir mesh, bio-filter and even yarn that could go into rough linen. Cocopeat (a mixture of dust as well as the non-useable fibre ends) is of late emerging as the choice for non-terrestrial plants, mainly for urban homes where space constraints force people to look for alternative material.

Sustainable alternative

    Home gardening enthusiasts see cocopeat as a sustainable alternative to soil. Hydroponic plants grown in cocopeat grow fifty per cent faster than they would in soil. It also eliminates the need for fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides as peat itself carries ample nutrients. Since the peat retains water for long, it reduces the requirement for water as well as the effort to water the plant. Being porous it provides better aeration for the roots. With cocopeat being turned into pots and pans, it serves both as an alternative to soil as well as a plant-holder. These pots could even be hung in balconies or arranged on screens for vertical gardens.