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Coco Pot in Australia also known as coconut fiber pots or coir pots, are a popular and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional plastic or clay pots. They are made from the fibrous husk of coconuts, known as coco coir, which is a renewable and biodegradable material. At Kopeat Exports, we understand the growing demand for eco-conscious gardening solutions, and our coco pots are designed to meet those needs.

Quality is our utmost priority at Kopeat Exports. We take great pride in delivering Coco Pot in Australia of the highest standard to our customers. Our coco pots undergo stringent quality control measures to ensure durability, strength, and functionality. We work closely with our network of trusted suppliers to source the finest coco coir materials for manufacturing our pots. By focusing on quality, we ensure that our customers receive coco pots that meet their expectations and provide optimal performance for their plants.



What is the purpose of coco coir?

Coco coir is a natural waste product of the coconut growing industry and is perhaps the most versatile of all organic growing mediums. As an environmentally friendly alternative to peat moss, cocopeat has a natural resistance to diseases and provides excellent water retention as well as aeration to plants.

How long does Cocopeat last?

Cocopeat disintegrates slowly. It only begins to break down when it is ten years old, thus providing long-term benefits. It has pH of 5.2 to 6.8 which is neutral to slightly acidic. This makes it great to be mixed with alkaline garden soil.

Can you plant directly in coco coir?

You can grow almost any plant in coco coir as the material acts just like any other potting soil or peat. As long as you know what you are doing, almost all plants will benefit from being planted in coco coir. You can use coco coir to grow everything from exotic plants, to even more common plants and flowers.

Which plants grow in coco peat?

Cocopeat is extensively used to grow exotic plants such ferns, bromeliads, orchids, anthuriums and such others. Much likely, for containerized ornamental plants like Snake plant, Peace lily, Bonsai and different kinds of Cactus.

Is it necessary to wash cocopeat before use?

Unwashed or poorly washed cocopeat has large amounts of sodium, potassium and chlorides and thus exhibits high salinity/salt contents (Ec >0.6-0.8 units) and has high pH (above 7.0 units). At high pH, many nutrients are locked up and are unavailable to the potato crop.