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Coconut Coir 10 lb Block Wrapped

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$9.75

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Coco coir is a natural by-product of the coconut industry and is one of the world’s best 100% natural plant growing mediums. This is a natural renewable resource. The raw coco coir is thoroughly washed. Coconut Coir is an excellent replacement for peat moss, this product absorbs water very easily and expands to approximately 2 cubic feet.  Coir holds moisture and oxygen around roots without water saturation.  It helps maintain beneficial microbes and can improve soil drainage. Free from weed seed and pathogens, no added chemicals, non-toxic. 

Coco coir makes an excellent growing medium for hydroponics, soil mixes, and container plant growing. This clean coir has natural rooting hormones and anti-fungal properties. Excellent bedding for reptiles.

These blocks are unwrapped and may contain broken pieces and chips that vary in size but they all average 10 lbs each.

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  • 5
    Coir block is perfect

    Posted by Karen on 29th Dec 2014

    I started using coir instead of peat, and it is much better. Seven Springs is great to work with, too.

  • 3
    coconut coir/redworms

    Posted by rodney franklin on 2nd Jan 2014

    i'm starting my worm bins with coir.been told by liz at big tex worms thats the best thing to use.really takes a long time to soak up water but looks good!shipping charges were pretty high!

  • 5
    Coir Great For Container Planting

    Posted by Rita Curry Porter on 29th Nov 2013

    We're growing in 55 gallon drums remade into self-watering containers. Coir is great as the "wicking" to bring the water up to the "soil" bottom. A layer of coir is next, then other medium, at least for now. Coir grows healthier plants for us.