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a multi purpose growing medium made out of coconut husk
Its air filled porosity and high water holding capacity makes it an ideal growing medium for the plant crops. It is 100% organic and eco friendly, free from soil borne pathogen and weed.
Coco Peat Block
Cocopeat block is a 100% natural growing medium, for plants also known as coir. The cocopeat block is made from coconut coir powder, which is the remaining powder from the processing of coconut coir decomposition which is printed in the form of a cube.
Obtained from the fibrous husk (mesocarp) of the coconut used to produce hawsers, ropes, cords, runners, mats, brooms, brushes, paint brushes and as stuffing for mattresses and upholstered furniture
Coco sheet is from a coconut fiber that has been processed with machine to produce a sheet with a thickness of 1-3 cm, a length of 25-50 meters, and a width of 1-2 meters or more by request.
Coconut fiber rope is the raw material for making coconut crafts, for example, brooms, house accessories, doormats, coco mulch, coco net, and various types of handicrafts.
Coir mats provide various advantages, including avoiding soil hardening and compaction, resisting wind and rain pressures, preventing soil erosion, and serving as planting media.
Coir blanket is one of Indococo’s products made from coconut coir rope. This coconut coir rope is woven to form a net and the planting media is inserted.
Coir blanket products are widely applied in erosion control.
Coco pots are handicrafts in the form of plant pots made from coconut coir.
This organic coco pot is ready to beautify your plants.
Coconut husk is a brown, fibrous fiber that is located on the outside of the coconut shell comprises 30 per cent coconut fibres and 70 per cent flesh. Coconuts naturally possess a compound that encourages the development of beneficial bacteria, known as lignin.
Coconut oil is the oil produced by heating coconut milk. In the heating process, there is a separation between coconut oil and water. Coconut oil builds up on the surface of the container while the water evaporates. This coconut oil is then separated again from the remaining pulp in the container and filtered to obtain clear and clean coconut oil.
Rice Husk Ash
Rice husk ash are an excellent planting medium for plants. Rice husk ash have the ability to loosen soil, bind nutrients to plants, and improve soil acidity.
Palm Kernel Shell
Palm kernel shell as biomass are that it is more effective, efficient, and ecologically. Palm kernel shell are the best quality biomass and can be utilized as a steam power plant with minimal residue levels.
What is cocopeat made up of?
Coconut husks or shells are processed or mashed into sawdust-like grains to make cocopeat. You can read our article for more information.
What is coconut fiber made of?
When we extract the coconut husk material, we get three things: cocofiber, cocopeat, and coconut chips. The cocofiber is the straw-like part of the coconut husk. In this article, we’ll explain what a cocofiber product is and what it can do for you. You can read our article for more information.
What is coconut coir rope?
Coir, often known as coconut fibre, is a natural fiber derived from the coconut husk. Coconut fiber has been used to make natural coconut ropes.
what is coconut shell charcoal briquette?
A mixture of substances is pressed and dried into hard blocks to make charcoal briquettes. This process is widely used to increase the selling value and advantages of coal with a low calorific value or coal flakes. Briquettes are utilized in both industry and domestic settings. One invention is the conversion of coconut waste into briquettes.
what is coconut husk made of?
Coconut coir consists of 30 percent coconut fiber and 70 percent meat. It is separated from each other, made into many small pieces by machine technology.
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