Coco Peat Powder

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Coco Peat Powder


          Coco peat is made of natural fiber constituents of coconut husk which is a finely compressed, chemical-free, natural growing medium which acts as a soil substitute or a supporting medium to nourish the soil. The fibrous husk of coconut is washed well, machine dried, cleaned all the unwanted material and made free from sand and other contaminants such as animal and plant residue. It has excellent water retention properties,optimal drainage and ideal aeration.      

          It is an Ideal soil substitute and is widely used in Decorative Gardens, Eco friendly walls, Potter Plants, Seed Raising, Seedling etc. Authentic peat moss and Rock wool can be replaced with the help of Coco Peat. A good mixture of coco peat, soil, and fertilizer will greatly help in the germination of the seeds and supports growth. Abono package are in Eco-friendly Reusable Cotton Bag.

“Let’s join hands – sow a seed, grow a plant & make a difference”

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“Follow Our Traditional Cultivation & Have Healthy Lifestyle”

                            Coco peat is a by-product of the extraction of coconut fibers from the husks or shells. It is also called “coir fibre pith” or “coir dust”. It is the spongy binding material that comes from a fibrous part of coconut husk. They are brown particles that fall down while DE husking the coconut. The coconut is embedded in a husk which forms 35-65% of the whole fruit when it is ripe. There is an outer skin called excerpt. Inside this layer is monocarp which is around 3 inches of fibrous pulp. Fibbers recovered from this layer is called coir and dust collected while removing fibres is called coco peat or coir pith. Generally about ⅓ collected is coir fibber and ⅔ is coir pith from a single coconut. In olden days, coconut shells were submerged in water bodies for 2-3 months and then the fibres were removed by hand. In the modern era, a machine easily removes the fibber’s which are commercially used. During the process of removal of these fibres, coco peat which looks like light dust used to come out as a by-product and it used to be a menace to discard it in factories in such large quantities. In the 1980s, coco peat was first commercially used in Holland to grow roses and lilies. The results were excellent. It is now extensively used in horticulture and gardening.

The Soil’s Best Friend :

       Soil erosion and degradation are proving a threat to the environment. Geophysicists are now using techniques involving coco peat to prevent soil erosion, sediment runoff, and degradation. The high tensile strength of coco pith prevents steep surfaces from the heavy flow and debris movement. Its high durability causes land stabilization.


How Coco Peat Powder Works :

  • Coco-peat cannot be used as direct manure in agriculture or horticulture, because of which mobilization of nutrients becomes a little difficult.To directly use coco-peat as manure in agriculture it has to undergo compost process.
  • Coco-peat has a high amount of naturally occurring salts. It should be washed properly to rinse out excess salts.
  • For potted plants, slow releasing fertilizers is ideal as it competes with the plant if there is less nitrogen available.
  • It is a good idea to buffer the coco-peat with calcium nitrate solution. Soak it in a calcium nitrate solution. Then wash a couple of times with water.
  • Grass slips are planted in coco peat layer. Over which c-pom is sprinkled. One can choose which type of grass one wants for home lawns.


Directions To Use :

  • Being 100 percent natural and organic, it is an excellent growing medium for hydroponics.
  • It is an excellent potting soil mix and can be mixed with any variety of soil owing to its neutral.
  • They make excellent bedding for the growth of earthworms.The plants grown in coco-peat are healthier producing strong and fibrous roots.
  • Being resistant to harmful microbial and fungal growth, they are great for seed starters and seed raisers. They provide quick rooting and faster germination.
  • It is used as a mulch for soil remediation. Because of its high nutrient content, it increases the fertility of the barren land. This property makes it an excellent soil conditioner.


Coco Peat Powder For Seed Germination:

    • Coco peat powder can be used for all kinds of seeds such as flowers, herbs and vegetables. Gardening plants can also be benefited with Coco peat.
    • Crushed Coco peat powder is delicate, restores water content of plants and allows air circulation for good germination.


Best Fertilizer & Manure for Home Garden Plants :

           Breaks down the compact soil texture and encourages the active growth of plants. Moisture is retained for a longer period and therefore less amount of water supply is required for the plants

Go Organic

  • It is 100% Organic & hence friendly to nature.
  • The best organic supplement for home gardening which is free from all types of pesticides.
  • It is produced by composting all sorts of organic matter.

For example- food waste, dairy waste, plant waste like leaves, straw, husk & poultry litter like cow dung etc.,

Why buy from ABONO?

  • “ABONO” is on a mission to make our earth a better place to live in.
  • We encourage people to grow their own food & increase green cover by making space for natural live plants at our homes or offices for a healthier and happier life.

“Let’s join hands – sow a seed, grow a plant & make a difference”

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 72 × 25 × 22 in

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