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Coco Soil

“Coir” is a growing medium made of dirt derived from coconuts, mostly the husk. Coco The qualities of the “dust” made from removing the long fibres from the coconut husk were comparable to those of peat moss. A simple growing medium that is used by both novices and professional growers is soil. Because basic soil has natural minerals and nutrients, organic producers may prefer it.

What is COCO-SOIL?

Coir pith or Coco peat is a multi-purpose growing media made out of Coconut husks. It is a mixture of corky cellular material and short fiber and has both the appearance and feel of peat moss. It is a complete homogeneous material composed of millions of capillary micro sponges. As it is naturally spongy, it can be used as a growing medium. Coir pith can replace peat moss and rock wool and be the best growing medium for gardening and other horticultural/floriculture needs.


100% organic and bio-degradable

Free from soil-borne pathogen and weeds

Good water retention capacity about 7 to 8 times of its own volume along with cut fibre

Increased aeration due to mixing of courier maternal (> 1 mm) along with cut fibre

What's Included?


Vermiculite or vermicompost, 900g

Perlite | Cow Dung

Neem Cake with 16% oil

Various B.M

Macro and micronutrients

Macronutrients are those that plants need in large amounts, including carbon, phosphorous, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur potassium, magnesium and calcium. Micronutrients are needed in tiny amounts but are essential. These include zinc, nickel, boron, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, boron, and chlorine.


Completely organic and does not contain any harmful chemicals.

Contains micro and macro nutrients.

Has good water holding capacity

Its anti-fungal property helps the plants to grow healthy.

Contains microbes which enhance the soil properties

Ready to Use, Good for saplings , Good Texture

Good Texture, Good water-holding capacity

Good for Hydroponic cultivation

Excelent for Grow bags cultivation

Additional nutrient Sources are especially important when using soil mixtures that don’t contain compost. Choose natural fertilizer derived from mined minerals, animal byproducts, plant materials, or manures. A combination of  these natural fertilizers provides   a long-term, stable and eco friendly source of nutrients. Such a bend can include combinations of any of the following: cottonseed meal, greensand, kelp meal, dehydrated manures, and rock phosphate.