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Sri Lankan Coco Peat – 5 Kg X 3 Pieces

650 EGP

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Coco Peat, also known as coconut coir, is produced from collecting the agricultural waste when harvesting coconuts. The fibers used to produce coco peat, which would have otherwise been thrown away, are treated, and then compressed into bales. Coco peat is good for indoor and outdoor gardening, it can be used for soil amendment, hydroponic production, making potting mixes, and growing microgreens.

  • High-grade compressed coco peat with an ideal pH for indoor and outdoor plants.

  • Has excellent drainage properties.

  • Has natural anti-fungal properties which makes it resistant to soil-borne diseases.

  • Retains water effectively.

  • Excellent cation exchange capacity which prevents leaching of nutrients.

Product Details/Specifications

Package dimensions


Item Weight


Country of origin

Sri Lanka

Electrical Conductivity

Low (Washed)


5.0 – 6.0

Additional information

Weight 1,500 kg
Dimensions 45 × 30 × 30 cm

How to Prepare

Coco Peat requires some preparation. Users should note that Coco Peat comes in a compressed form that expands up to 5 or 6 times in size after it is prepared.

-Place in a large container (you can break the brick in parts if needed).

-Add around 15 liters of water for each block (warm water works fastest).

-Let the peat stay in the water until it becomes loose and absorbs the water.

-Break up any remaining lumps and stir, add more water if the peat still looks dry.

– Once it has gained enough moisture and becomes loose, it is ready for use.


How to use

In pots

Coco peat can be used as a soilless growing medium or for aqua-culture environments.

-After you have done the necessary preparation above, add the prepared coco peat to your planter leaving 3cm distance between the edge and the peat.

-Plant the seeds.

-Fertilizers will be needed to sustain the plant in the long run. Choose a suitable fertilizer for your plant of choice.

-You can mix the cocopeat with other growing media such as perlite, vermiculite and peat moss in different ratios according to need.

-Container gardens are known to dry out fast; you can add a 3cm layer to the top of the container soil to retain the moisture.

 In Gardens

-You can add in the coco peat to your garden soil directly, at a ratio of 1:3.

-The peat will improve water retention, aeration and decrease the risk of soil fungus and root diseases.

-You can use it as mulch around the plants to help the soil retain moisture and deter weed growth.


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