MagJo Naturals Compressed Coco Fiber Peat 11-Pound Block, Medium
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- 100% Natural Eco-Friendly Potting mix
- Can also be used for worm beds
- Repels bugs and mildew resistant
- Good for soil reconstruction and structure- expand to over 17 gallons
- Double rinsed to remove salt for better growth
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|Manufacturer Part Number||MJ-CC-001|
|Package Height||5.2 x 12.3 x 12.6 inches|
|Shipping Weight||11.15 pounds|
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Please see attached picture for our lab report for our Coco Coir. Imported from India and double rinsed to remove as much salt as possible from coir. This is the best coco coir available on the market today. In an effort to reduce waste, we are selling these coco coir blocks without labels.
Top Customer Reviews
With correct amount of water it will fluff like sheep's wool, too much and you turn it to paste. However it will fluff as it dries.
I mix 5 gal water with this in a 5.2 cube wheelbarrow and add 2 cubes of perlite. (it still needs a bit of water)
For a small batch you can put a gal of water in a wheelbarrow lay the cube in the water and the coir will expand only so far. you can then scrape the damp stuff off and store the remainder of the dry coir block.
I used a large 35 gallon tub to mix it up in. Add about 4 gallons of water on top of this big dry brick and it expands a lot! It almost fills up the entire tub. This fiber is very soft and you don't really need perlite to amend into it, but I use it anyways, along with coffee grounds, a little bit of peat (just to make it more acidic as the PH in this Coco fiber is neutral), compost, bone meal, azomite and then stir well. I always have a giant tub of soilless "soil" whenever I need it.
This year, I'm using this Coco Fiber to grow potatoes in. I took a large plastic laundry tub, drilled holes in the bottom, then poured a very small layer of gravel on the bottom. I added about 6 inches worth of Coco peat, planted potatoes, then added about 5 inches of dried grass clipping on the top. It has been a week and there are now sprouts coming from my potato seed eyes (I dug one up just to see).
This stuff is also great for hydroponics as well. Using 1 gallon grow bags with holes on the bottom, you can fill the grow bags up with Coco peat, plant bare root strawberries, then set the bags in a small kiddy pool filled with a few inches of water. This serves as a self-watering solution if you decide to grow either indoors with hydroponic solution or outdoors with rain/tap water.
This stuff is really not that pricey considering the amount that is produced after expanding. I will never use potting soil ever again -- this stuff is environmentally safe, green and universal.