Cocopeat 5Kg Block


SIZE: 40 KG, 5 KG

  • Coco peat, also known as coir pith, is a byproduct of coconut husks. It’s used as a growing medium for plants because of its excellent water retention and aeration properties. It’s often used as a substitute for peat moss in gardening and horticulture.
  • It’s widely used as a growing medium for plants in gardening, horticulture, and hydroponics due to its ability to retain water and nutrients and Coco peat can be mixed with soil to improve its structure , thus enhancing soil fertility.
  •  It’s used for germinating seeds as it provides a sterile and moisture-retentive environment, promoting healthy seedling growth and Coco peat can be used as a mulch to suppress weeds, retain soil moisture, and regulate soil temperature and It’s used as bedding for animals like reptiles, birds, and small mammals due to its absorbent nature.
  • Coco peat can be used in erosion control applications to stabilize soil and prevent runoff and It can be added to compost piles to improve aeration and moisture retention, speeding up the decomposition process and Coco peat can be used as a sustainable alternative to traditional packaging materials like Styrofoam or plastic thus coco peat is a versatile and eco-friendly product with various agricultural, horticultural, and environmental applications.


Chemical Composition
PH 6 to 8 %
C 26.2 %
Moisture 15 to 25%
C:N 20:1
N 1.12 %
P205 1.2 %
K20 1.39%
EC 2.32%

Directions for use

Method of Applications: Soil/Individual Plants
Mixing with soil, 200 to 400 kg/acre

Individual plants: 500gms to 1kg/plant

Application On Crops

  • Fruit Crops: Banana, Mango, Grapes, Guava, Sapota, Pomegranate, Custard apple, Orange, Citrus fruit, etc.
  • Vegetable Crops: Tomato, Chili, Brinjal, Onion, Okra etc.
  • Plantation Crops: Coffee, Tea, Cardamom, Coconut etc
  • Horticultural plants, Floricultural plants, Medicinal plants, Home garden etc.

Keep out of children’s reach