Coir Fibre

COIR is a versatile natural fibre extracted from mesocarp tissue, or husk of the coconut fruit Generally fibre is of golden color when cleaned after removing from coconut husk and hence the name "The Golden Fibre". Coir is the fibrous husk of the coconut shell.Coco coir is an excellent addition to the garden and can improve the texture of clay or sandy soil which will enable plants to grow sturdy roots. It will also allow plants to access added nutrients during the feeding and watering process.

Specification for Coir Fibre :

Color White and Brown
Mositure Upto 15 %
Size 48 x 30 x 18 inch
Impurity Upto 2 to 3% free from pitch, roots

Coco Pith Block

Coir pith is also known as coco pith, or cocopeat, for its role as a substitute for peat moss in gardening. Brown coir pith comes from ripe, mature coconuts, while younger, immature coconuts produce white coir pith. To produce coir pith, the waste from coir fiber is washed, treated, dried, and graded. Coir Pith Blocks are used in Agriculture, Horticulture, floriculture nurseries and for Landscaping as a soil conditioner and substitute for soil. This product has water retaining capacity and as such daily watering is not necessary. Offered range is specially designed for commercial Nurseries and greenhouses. Coco Peat is the non-fibrous, spongy, light weight, corky material that holds together the coir fibre in coconut husk. It was in early 90's that the horticultural use of coco peat was discovered and the material demand has been in the rise ever since. Coir Pith Blocks are used in Agriculture, Horticulture, floriculture nurseries and for Landscaping as a soil conditioner and substitute for soil.

Specification for Coco Pith Block :

Dimensions 28 x 28 x 12 cm(+or - 2cm)
EC < 0.5 ms / cm 1:1.5 ratio
PH 5.5 to 6.5
Weight 5 Kg
Mositure Less than 18 %
Expansion 75 to 85 Lts
Compression 5:1
Seive 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm Mesh
Packing Palletised and strapped/shrink wrapped pallets
Loadability 25 tons per 1x40 IIC (20 Pallets)

5kg Coco Husk Chips

Coconut husks are chipped into small sized chips called Coco Chips. Coco Chips are added to potting soil or mixed with Coco Peat to regulate the aeration of growing medium and maintain the ideal air to moisture ratio for the plant roots. This Medium Grade consists mostly of coconut husk chips/fibers ranging from 1/4" to 1" in size and may have irregular shapes other than cubes. Coconut husk chips can be used in combination with bark, charcoal,perlite, Hydroton clay media or other porous media, to create your own special orchid mix.

Specification for 5kg Coco Husk Chips :

Size 32 x 36 x 12 or 30 x 30 x 15cm
Weight 5 Kg
No. of Liters 50 - 55 Litres
Mositure 18% - 20%
Formula 100% Husk Chips
EC.Content Different Levels Possible
200 Blocks x 20 Pallets Per 40 Ft Container

Coco Pith Briquettes

Cocopeat is natural fiber made out of coconut husks. The extraction of coconut fiber from husks gives us this byproduct called coco-peat, which is a 100% natural growing medium. Coco peat briquettes are ideal for application where excellent propagation, water retention, soil aeration and seed germination is required. Coconut coir briquettes can be used in potting, seed stating, bulbs and tubers. Each 650 gram briquette can hold more than 10 litres of water. The addition of composted coir dust improves soil texture, structure and tilth, sandy soil become more compact and clayey soil become more arable. It improves the water holding capacity (more than 5 times its dry weight) contributing towards increased soil moisture. They have a higher practical thermal value and much lower ash content (2-10% compare to 20-40% in coal). In fact, they are 40% more efficient, as well as hotter and longer lasting than Firewood. This greater efficiency can be attributed to their low moisture and density.

Specification for Coco Pith Briquettes :

Size 20 x 10 x 5.6 cm
Weight 600 to 700 gms
EC < 0.5 ms/cm in 1:1.5 ratio
PH 5.5 to 6.5
Expansion 8 to 9 Lts
Particle Size 1 to 8 mm

Semi Husked Coconut

These are fully matured coconuts but while de-husking, the husk is left intact over the "eyes" of the coconut. This is a sensitive area, and by protecting it we can increase the shelf life of the coconut as the area susceptible to decay is protected. Husked coconut weight range available from 200 gms to 800 gms. The shelf life of the semi husked coconuts (Brown coconuts) is 50 to 70 days. Keep the coconuts in dark place and avoid direct sun light it will helps to increase the shelf life.