Coco Peat (Washed | Buffered)
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Coco Peat (Washed | Buffered)

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Coco peat (Washed & Buffered) is an ideal growing medium for production of young plants.

We supply coco peat in the form of compressed 5kg blocks consisting of 100% washed and buffered coco peat.

One block of coco peat is sufficient to fill 13 of our 104 holes sowing trays.

Coco peat is made of coco pith that is produced from the husk that grows around the hard coconut. The husk contains both fibers and fine materials. By separating most of the fibers from the fine materials, the so-called coco pith, is collected.

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  • Washed & Buffered.
  • EC: < 0.3ms/cm
  • pH: 5.8-6.5
  • Expansion: 15L/kg;
  • Sieve: 6mm
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Cocopeat, also known as coir peat or coconut coir, is a 100% natural growing medium made from the fibrous husk of coconuts. It offers a sustainable alternative to traditional peat moss that is renewable and environmentally friendly.

What is Cocopeat?

Cocopeat is extracted from coconut husks which are a byproduct of the coconut industry. It is an abundant, renewable resource that would otherwise go to waste.

The coconut husks are ground and sieved to create a consistent, soil-like texture ideal for gardening. Cocopeat comes in the form of loose fiber or compressed bricks that expand when rehydrated.

It has excellent water retention abilities due to its strong capillary action. This allows cocopeat to hold up to 8-9 times its weight in water!

 Benefits of Using Coco peat

  • Improves soil structure and aeration
    Retains moisture well, reducing watering frequency
  • Has good drainage and air porosity for healthy roots
    Has a near-neutral pH balance
    Is free from weeds, insects, and pathogens
    Environmentally friendly and renewable resource
    Reduces reliance on peat moss from endangered peat bogs
    Available year-round and easy to store

How to Use Coco peat in Your Garden

Coco peat is versatile and can be used in containers, raised beds, and in-ground gardens. Here are some tips for using it effectively:

  • For containers: Mix 1 part cocopeat with 1 part potting soil or compost.
    For in-ground use: Till 1-2 inches of cocopeat into the top 6-12 inches of soil.
    To start seeds: Create a seed starter mix with 1 part cocopeat and 1 part vermiculite.
    As a soil amendment: Add up to 25% cocopeat to improve moisture retention and aeration.
    For composting: Add cocopeat to your compost bin to balance out green and brown materials.

Always moisten the cocopeat thoroughly before use, as it is highly absorbent when dry. Rehydrate compressed bricks for several hours before mixing.

FarmSquare offers high-quality cocopeat for all your gardening needs. Shop our online selection of loose cocopeat fiber and compressed bricks available in different sizes.

Our cocopeat is washed, sieved, and pH-neutralized to give you the best consistency for your plants.

Grow your garden sustainably with cocopeat from FarmSquare! Contact us if you need help choosing the right cocopeat products for your needs. Our gardening experts are happy to assist.

Cocopeat is an eco-friendly alternative growing medium that offers many benefits for home gardeners. It retains moisture well, has good aeration, and improves soil structure over time. By using cocopeat in your garden, you can reduce your environmental impact and reliance on peat moss.

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3 reviews for Coco Peat (Washed | Buffered)
  • Ali Ajiya

    (verified owner)

    5 out of 5
  • Akponvwonvwon Victor

    (verified owner)

    5 out of 5
  • Adepeko Rufus

    (verified owner)

    4 out of 5

    ok but abnormal price

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