What is coco peat brick?
Coco peat is created from coco coir, which in simple terms is the layer of pith that surrounds the husk of a coconut. In recent years coco peat have been popular using for plants thank so its eco-friendly characteristics.
The coconut fibers have been ground and compressed in bricks. The bricks are easy to package, market, store and handle. The product will need to be reconstituted before using. There are 5 kgs & 650 gram coco peat.
Using coco peat brick in your garden is very simple, you just follow these those steps:
Reconstituting the Bricks
Coconut coir or peat comes in compressed form, it expands and increases up to 5 or 6 times in volume after it’s reconstituted. Only break off the amount you’re planning to use.
- Break apart a brick in parts and throw it in a large bucket. Add enough amount of water to saturate the brick.
- Allow the dry coco peat to sit in the water for some time so that it can become loose and absorb the water.
- Stir and fluff coco peat with a garden trowel after 10-15 minutes, add more water if it looks dry. Stop, if it’s loose.
- Stir and fluff again after a few minutes to make sure all of it has been moistened, add more water if it’s not loose yet. Once you see the moist and loose coco peat, it is ready to use in the garden.
Can We use only coco peat for growing plants?
Yes, we can use only coco peat for planting. Coco peat soil compared to regular soil is that it is less attractive to pests that might damage plants or become a nuisance. It is perfectly acceptable to use coco peat alone in container gardening.
You could also just mix coir with gardening soil as mentioned above, following the same 1-part to 3-parts ratio. If you do this, apply a layer of pure coco peat over the mixture as well because planter pots dry out more easily than ground plants.
Coco peat is popular as both a soil additive and a total soil replacement for many types of plants and growing styles, from greenhouses and outdoor gardens to indoor planters. When given a choice between coco peat and peat moss, coco peat offers many advantages and is better for the environment.
Where to use coco peat?
Coco peat can be used in garden
Coco peat can be used in farm
Coco peat can be used in pot or container
Can Coco Peat even be reused for up to 4 years?
Yes, right. It makes a great bedding material for worm bins! It’s actually good for them and increases worm growth by 25%.
Coco Peat is very slow to disintegrate; it only begins to break down when it is 10 years old, long term benefits.
Coco peat brick price & manufacturer
COCO HITECH JSC are the manufacturer of coconut palm products as coco peat, coco husk , coir mat, coir rope and coir net… As you know, coconut palm products are environmental – friendly matters being extracted coconut husks, and used for agricultural propose and allied industries and used for furniture, decoration, engineering work, gardening, road, soil erosion waste water filter, air filter, cosmetics etc.
If you are interested in products made from coconut, please contact us for more information:
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