Cocopeat Products


We offer a wide range of cocopeat solutions crafted for healthy plant growth and sustainable gardening. Our 50-liter bags provide versatility and convenience, while 5KG blocks offer controlled applications. For smaller projects, our 650-gram blocks are perfect, and our grow bags provide a ready-to-use solution. For innovation enthusiasts, cocopeat coins and coir discs offer a unique planting experience.

Frequently Asked Question

What is cocopeat?

Cocopeat, also known as coir pith or coconut coir, is a natural fiber extracted from the husk of coconuts. It is widely used as a soil conditioner and growing medium for plants.

What are the advantages of using cocopeat products in gardening?

Cocopeat retains moisture well and provides good aeration to plant roots. It is an excellent alternative to traditional soil, promoting healthy root development. Cocopeat is eco-friendly and sustainable, as it is a byproduct of the coconut industry. It has a neutral pH, making it suitable for various types of plants.

How do I use cocopeat in gardening?

To use cocopeat, first rehydrate it by soaking it in water until it expands. Mix it with potting soil to improve water retention and aeration. You can also use cocopeat as a mulch to retain soil moisture around plants.

Are cocopeat products organic?

Yes, cocopeat is considered organic because it is a natural and sustainable product derived from coconut husks.

Can cocopeat be used for hydroponics or aquaponics?

Yes, cocopeat is suitable for hydroponic and aquaponic systems as it provides a stable growing medium for plants without soil.

How often should I water plants in cocopeat medium?

The frequency of watering depends on the specific plant and environmental conditions. Cocopeat retains moisture well, so you may need to water less frequently compared to traditional soil. Monitor the moisture level by checking the top layer of the cocopeat, and water when it starts to dry out.

Are there any precautions to take when using cocopeat?

Ensure proper drainage, as cocopeat can become waterlogged if not used in conjunction with well-draining pots or containers. Be cautious with salt content, as some cocopeat products may contain salts. Rinse or leach cocopeat before use to remove excess salts. Store cocopeat in a dry place to prevent mold or fungal growth.

Can cocopeat be reused?

Yes, cocopeat can be reused for several growing cycles. After harvesting, remove the old roots and debris, then rehydrate it before using it again.

Is cocopeat biodegradable?

Yes, cocopeat is biodegradable and will decompose over time, adding organic matter to the soil.

Where can I buy cocopeat products?

Cocopeat products can be found at garden centers, nurseries, online gardening stores, and agricultural supply shops.