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Grow in Coir

For Well balanced growing

Controlling the decomposition process, adding the correct nutrient buffer to adjust the ratio, feeding the plants the correct ratio of nutrients to offset the coco ‘release’ will produce the perfect growing conditions.

The key to proper coco growing is to use the right feed to balance the products the coco gives off, not just the availability of minerals, but their ratios too.

Coco peat holds about 33% more moisture then similar grades of peat based mediums. If it is in good structure, but, because a great amount of this is tucked away in the micro-pores, the medium can look dry but still be sufficiently moist.

And the pH of the medium, when buffered and controlled, remains constant pretty much throughout its useful life. The medium sets its pH at between 5.5 and 6.2, a perfect range, and will hold it there.

Coco is an ideal medium, so its widely used for gardening and landscaping.

The Planting Coco Sheet Felt

That can be used to plant seeds even small sized seeds it has a great utility to occupy enough moisture and can be easy for square plantation methods.

The Coir Net

Coir Net biodegradable erosion control mat is manufactured from 100% natural coir fibre extracted from coconut husk.

​Coir Net can be used in both seeded re-vegetation applications for grass establishment or tube stock revegetation. The coir fibre can retain moisture providing ideal germination conditions while protecting soil from erosion.

Coir Net has both greater tensile strength and life expectancy than other bio-degradable products due to the strong fibrous quality of coir fibre. It can last up to 48 months depending on the climatic conditions.

Due to its smaller aperture size Coir Net protects both seed and tube stock prior to germination from wind and water erosion.

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