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Advantages and Disadvantages of using Coco Peat

Advantages and Disadvantages of using Coco Peat

Edison 25/07/2016 0
Advantages of growing with cocopeat     Coco peat increases the porosity of the potting mix. This helps to keep the soil loose and airy helping in better root growth. Better root growth results in better plant growth and higher yield.     Coco pe...
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How to use cocopeat

How to use cocopeat

Edison 21/05/2016 0
Using Cocopeat      Cocopeat is shipped in compressed form to reduce transport and handling costs. Converting cocopeat blocks to coir dust is easy. All you need to do is add water to the block and the block will puff up into moist fluffy cocopeat. ...
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Testing Methods

Testing Methods

Edison 21/05/2016 0
Testing Methods for Cocopeat      The following are the methods of testing some important properties of cocopeat. Some suppliers may follow a different method from the methods described below. Unless specified otherwise in the quotation, the testing...
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Cocopeat Specifications

Cocopeat Specifications

Edison 20/05/2016 0
Coco Peat Specifications   Technical chart of various grades of coco peat   Code Product EC pH Impurities Fiber Moisture Expansion WHC A Unwashed > 1.5 mS/cm 5.5-6.8 < 15% < 5% 15...
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What is cocopeat

What is cocopeat

Edison 14/01/2016 0
     Coco peat or Coir Pith or Coir Dust is the spongy tissue found in the mesocarp (husk) of the coconut fruit. Those who have experience in dehusking coconuts can remember it as the brown particles that fall down while dehusking or removing the fib...
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Product Grades

Product Grades

Edison 21/05/2016 0
Product Grades      From 2013, we are identifying products based on the following codes which represent the grade of the products we manufacture. The grades may indicate quality, but is primarily meant to identify the type of product, its applicati...
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Coco peat

Coco peat

Edison 17/05/2016 0
Cocopeat Products         Cocopeat is available in the following formats.   5 Kg Washed and Unwashed Blocks       Unwashed, dried coco peat is compressed in sizes of 30x30x12-15 cm. The compression ratio is about 1:5. These blocks are used f...
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Growing mint in coco peat

Growing mint in coco peat

Edison 14/11/2016 0
Growing mint in coco peat is a great way to start using coco peat for your home garden. Mint is a popular herb which is often needed in the kitchen, but it may not be always available at hand. A bunch of mint purchased at the shop is usually too larg...
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Creep in coco peat

Creep in coco peat

Edison 13/11/2016 0
Creep is a phenomenon whereby the compressed cocopeat particles loses its elasticity thereby not expanding fully when watered.     Creep results in loss of air porosity, loss of water holding capacity and also loss of volume resulting in loss of...
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