Coconut peat is known by a variety of names, which include coir pulp, coir pulp, and coir. It is made from dry coconut husks as a by-product of other industrial processes that require the use of coconut. For example, one can get raw materials for coconut peat from broom, desiccated coconut and other processing industries. To create coconut peat, the coconut fruit must be washed, heat treated, sorted and finally graded before being processed into products.

There are many reasons why it is so prized as a soil additive for various types of plants and gardens. It can be used in seed starting mixes, bedding plants, planters, soil mixes, gardens, and container plants. Since this substance has a symbiotic relationship with the fungus Trichoderma spp. , which protects coconut peat from pathogenic fungi, is resistant to harmful growth and is therefore a good choice for gardeners  indonesia cocopeat. This product can also hold eight to nine times its weight in water, unlike other soil additives which have a much lower capacity and allow more water to seep through the topsoil where it is needed.

It can also retain oxygen well and release nutrients regularly; However, it is important to keep in mind that although this product provides beneficial nutrients such as potassium (important for transpiration and other plant processes), it does not release enough. When using it be sure to use other sources of nutrients. Nitrate is one such example, as coconut peat takes up much of the nitrogen present to decompose itself.

When you buy it, you’ll find it pressed into containers to make slabs or bales. This is to make transportation easier and more efficient. They must then be separated to allow for aeration and mixed with water to make them moist enough to do their job.


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