Royal Farms Growing Media
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Easily breakable by hand as loosely compressed.
Applications in Nursery or Green House planting Farming
• Used as an eco-friendly/natural growing medium
• Extracted as a bi-product of coconut de-husking
• Highly hydrophilic, Strongly absorb liquid and
• gases due to the honeycomb structure which
• gives high surface area per unit volume
• Consists of long term physical stability which
• ensures that plant health will not deteriorate
• Does not collapse when wet or shrink excessively
• when dry
• Has better capillarity compared to other growing
• media. Strong capillarity provide more uniform
• moisture conditions for roots.
• Ease of wetting impacts on water and fertilizer
• efficiency thus improving the plant growth
• Less amount of fertilizer is needed to achieve a
• given growth
• Less acidic and contains significant amounts of
• soluble chloride and potassium
• Equal distribution of granules can maintain the
• water to air ratio at optimum level
• Used as natural growing medium
• Extracted as a soil component from the ground
• Peat does not absorb liquid and gases in a same
• manner as Coir pith.
• Physical properties change with variations in
• moisture content
• Tends to collapse when very wet resulting in
• decrease in available air. Also shrink when dry
• and become hydrophobic.
• Less capillarity tends to form a mulch layer of
• material that acts as a barrier for plant growth
• Difficult to re-wet as it dries down affecting
• adversely on plant growth
• Amount of fertilizer needed to achieve a given
• growth is higher than that of Coco pith
• Is more saline
• Porus area can be filed with water due to the
• influence of gravity reducing the availability of
• for roots
Coco peat (cocopeat),
also known as coir pith.
coir fibre pith, coir dust,
or simply coir, is made
from coconut husks,
which are byproducts of
other industries that use
primarily consists of the
coir fibre pith or coir
dust which is obtained
by processing coconut
husk and removing the
Coco Husk chips are cubes of
irregular shapes, chopped / cut from
the coconut husk.
These chips are
depending on the
Cut Coco Fibre used mainly as
Soil Amendment in potting
soils & composts.
Bird Nesting for Grass finches
& pigeon coops.
To decrease bulk density in
potting & bedding mixtures.
To increase AFP, CEC &
durability in potting mixtures.
Reduces water retention.
Pot bottom layering to
Also used in the hobby
market as an aesthetic top
covering for potted plants.