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Coir Peat or Coir Dust is a bi-product gained during extraction of coir fiber from coconut husk. It is purely a natural organic product. Coir Peat is a biodegradable and eco friendly growing medium. Coco peat can be used as a substitute for peat moss effectively. Its unique character, moisture retention plays an important role in horticultural applications. It is also used as a growing medium by adding different fertilizers. The properties of Coco Peat make it resistant to bacterial and fungal growth. Coir Peat is 100% environment friendly and does not create any disposal problems. It consists of mainly lignocelluloses material free from any admixtures heavy metals. Coir Peat composted is collected and sieved to remove unwanted material. It is then washed in fresh water. After washing it is squeezed. EC, pH and unwanted foreign matter are checked before it is sent for drying. After drying, moisture content and bacteria growth is checked. Finally it is sent for Briquettes into 5Kg blocks. It is a natural, unique, spongy, cellulose organic plant growing media, usable in gardening, horticulture nurseries etc. This has high water retention capacity to plant growth. This block is dissolved easily in water. This material increases weight by 8 times when water is added. Coir peat / dust is a cheep substitute and natural organic product for peat moss.
The traditional production of fibres from the husks is a laborious and time-consuming process. After separating of the nut, the husks are processed by various retting techniques generally in ponds of brackish waters (for three to six months) or in backwaters or lagoons. This requires 10-12 months of anaerobic (bacterial) fermentation.
By retting, the husks are softened and can be decorticated and the fibre is extracted by beating, which is usually done by hand. After hackling, washing and drying (in the shade) the fibres are loosened manually and cleaned. The remaining residual pith - which was previously considered a waste problem - has recently found new profitable markets as a peat moss substitute for horticultural production.
650g Bricks
5kg Blocks
25kg Blocks
Grow Bags
Cocopeat Tables
Coco Pots
Coco Chip
Cocopeat Net
Coco Pole