Coir Pith /Cocopeat

India annually produces about 280,000 metric tons of coir fiber. By weight, coir fibers account for about one-third of the coconut pulp and the other two-thirds is the coir pith. Coir pith is also known as Coco peat or Coir dust. This by-product of the coir industry can be converted into organic manure using biotechnology, making it ideal for gardening and horticulture.


Coir Pith also known as Coco peat. coir fibre pith, coirdust, or simply coir, is made from coconut husks, which are byproducts of other industries that use coconuts. Coir Pith /Cocopeat primarily consists of the coir fibre pith or coir dust which is obtained by processing coconut husk and removing the long fibres.

The spongy material that binds the coconut fiber in the husk, coir pith is finding new applications. It is an excellent soil conditioner and is being extensively used as a soil-less medium for agri-horticultural purposes. With its moisture retention qualities, coir pith is ideal for growing anthuriums and orchids. Available in raw form or converted into organic manure.
Soil quality has a key role in the making of Home gardens, Terrace gardens, Lawns, Nurseries as well as in Horticulture and Floriculture. Factors like salinity and less water holding capacity make soil unsuitable for cultivation. Coir pith is an ideal soil re-conditioner, soil structure improver and soil substrate with excellent water holding capacity.
A wide variety of Coir pith products such as Coir pith grow bag, Coir pith bale, Coir pith Briquettes, Coir pith Discs and Coco chipls are ideal for your gardening and horticultural needs.

Special Features of Coir pith compost

  • Contains macronutrients - Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium
  • Contains micronutrients - Calcium, Copper and magnesium
  • Contains natural enzymes
  • Excellent water holding capacity
  • Improves aeration
  • Enhances strong heap root system
  • Stimulates production of phytohormones
  • Ideal pH level - 5.6 to 6.4
  • Eco-Friendly

Range of uses of Coir Pith Blocks

As a potting mix
Coir pith block can be used as potting medium. It can be mixed with required fertilizers and nutrients according to the type of plant to be grown.
For mushroom growers
Coir pith block can be used as potting medium. It can be mixed with required fertilizers and nutrients according to the type of plant to be grown.
As a soil supplement & Prevents regular watering
Coir pith block can be used as potting medium. It can be mixed with required fertilizers and nutrients according to the type of plant to be grown.
For generating seeds
Coir pith block can be used as potting medium. It can be mixed with required fertilizers and nutrients according to the type of plant to be grown.
For tissue cultured plan
Coir pith block can be used as potting medium. It can be mixed with required fertilizers and nutrients according to the type of plant to be grown.
Friendly to the Environment
Coir pith block can be used as potting medium. It can be mixed with required fertilizers and nutrients according to the type of plant to be grown.
Reusability
Coir pith block can be used as potting medium. It can be mixed with required fertilizers and nutrients according to the type of plant to be grown .