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Coco Peat

Coco peat, also known as coconut fiber, coir fiber, or coir, is a natural growing medium derived from coconut husks. Initially considered waste during coconut fiber extraction, it has evolved into a valuable resource. This non-fibrous, lightweight, spongy material is crafted from coconut husks. Through a meticulous process involving washing, machine drying, sieving, and removal of impurities, it becomes an eco-friendly, corky substance.

Health Benefits:

  • Coco peat blocks and bricks can hold water well.
  • Organic and biodegradable, with a lifespan of 3-4 years.
  • Free from pathogens, stones, weed seeds, and harmful microorganisms.
  • Dry coco peat can absorb water or oil on wet floors.
  • Slow to decompose and biodegradable.
  • Increases aeration and water retention, improving soil quality.