Our Products: Cocopeat and Coir


Compressed Cocopeat Bales:

One kilogram of cocopeat will expand to 15 liters of moist cocopeat. Easy to store bricks have a compression ratio of 7:1 - for expansion of the fibers, simply soak bricks for less than 30 minutes in a pail of water.


Coconut Fiber 50 kgs:

Coconut fiber is used to produce hawsers, ropes, cords, runners, mats, brooms, brushes, paint brushes and as stuffing for mattresses and upholstered furniture.


Coconut Fiber 120 kgs:

Brown fiber extracted from dried coconut husk. Coconut fiber is baled in hydraulic presses to load the containers. Coir fiber can be used to produce cushioning for car seats, sofas, and living room furniture.


Curled Coir:

Curled Coir is made using matured brown coir fiber, that is in accordance with the industry quality policies. Used in shipping and finishing industries and to produce rubberised coir sheets.


Coir Yarn:

Used in matting and carpet industries. It can be customized as per the specific requirement of the clients at the cost effective prices. Also used in Construction, Geo-textiles, Agriculture sector, and packaging industry.


Cocopeat Compost:

It is composted for three months to achieve higher cation exchange capacity (CEC). As CEC of organic pattern is due in large part of organic acids and surface area, both of which increase with decomposition, clearly improves the horticultural value.


Where Cocopeat can be used and its advantages/benefits

Cocopeat is used for a wide range of hydroponic crop production throughout the world including: tomato, cucumber, capsicum, zucchini, strawberry, melons, carnation, rose, gerbera, gypsophila, lisianthus, chrysanthemum etc. Cocopeat offers the opportunity to consistently maximize yield and quality with minimal environmental impact associated with utilization of this renewable resource. The
presence of organic compounds in Cocopeat can stimulate root growth and offer natural resistance to plant disease.

Applications of Cocopeat

  • Seed germination: Sprouting of a seedling from a seed.
  • Soil conditioning: Improve water retention in dry, coarse soils which are not holding water well.
  • Plant tissue culture: Produce clones of the plant in a method known as micropropagation.
  • Flowers and vegetable beds: Used in preparing beds by using Cocopeat media.
  • Potting mix: Medium to grow plants, herbs, and vegetables in a pot or other durable container.
  • Mushroom culture: Used as bedding in Mushroom cultivation.
  • Golf course: Used as a top layer in Golf Course construction.
  • Landscaping: Modifies the visible features of an area of land.

Biodegradable Cocopeat

Cocopeat is also known as Coir pith, Coir Fiber pith, Coir dust. It is used as a solid additive, due to low level of nutrition content in the Cocopeat it is mixed with nutrients and used as growing medium for plants.