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Coir Pith Near Me in Australia also known as coir dust or coir peat, is a versatile growing medium derived from the fibrous husks of coconuts. It offers excellent water retention, and optimal air porosity, and is a sustainable alternative to traditional peat moss. At Kopeat Exports, we understand the importance of local sourcing and providing convenient access to coir pith for our customers across Australia.

Quality is our utmost priority at Kopeat Exports. We take pride in delivering Coir Pith Near Me in Australia of the highest standard to our customers. Our coir pith undergoes rigorous quality control measures throughout the production process to ensure consistency, purity, and effectiveness. We work closely with our trusted network of suppliers to source coir pith from reliable and sustainable coconut plantations. By focusing on quality, we ensure that our customers receive coir pith that meets their expectations and supports successful plant growth.



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.

How long should cocopeat be soaked?

Dissolve calcium nitrate (available in agri supply stores) in water in the ratio of 1 g per litre and allow the cocopeat to soak in the solution for 12 hours. Drain any remaining solution and wash the cocopeat again in soft water a couple of times. The cocopeat is now ready for use as a hydroponics medium

Can we grow plants without cocopeat?

Any medium can be used to cultivate seeds, although coco peat used as a medium promotes faster growth. Thanks to its ability to retain moisture, seeds can grow much more rapidly as it is well-known that seeds require moisture when sprouting.

How many times can I use coco coir?

A good quality coco medium does not break down as fast as other media, like peat. As coir does not tend to be easily struck by disease, which makes for a very good medium to re-use. Potentially up to a few times before discarding to the garden where it makes a great soil amendment.

How much water do you mix with cocopeat?

When hydrated, a single block will fill an entire wheelbarrow with fluffy planting mix, but the blocks may also be placed in a large container or on the ground before adding water. It takes between 4-5 gallons of water to hydrate a 5 kilo block of Coco Coir .