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Product Number: H382

Coco Coir Bricks

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This organic growing medium is a great alternative to peat moss and potting soil with excellent air and moisture retention especially for too-packed or overwatered soils due to poor drainage. Extracted from coconut husks, the coir fibers’ texture is the ideal balance giving your plant room to breathe and for roots to grow freely. Often used for hydroponic cultivation and orchid growers as well. The compressed bricks are free from pathogens and seeds and suitable for organic growers. Each brick measures: 4” w. x 8” l. x 2 1/4” d. that is easy to store and ideal for portability. Once moistened with 1 1/2 gallons of water it expands to 2-2 1/2 gallons of potting medium. For this 3 pack it’s the equivalent of 7.5 gallons (1 cu ft.) with a Ph of 5.5 to 6.2. Package of 3.

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BK
06/01/2018
Barbara K.
United States

Coco coir bricks

Excellent .. holds moisture much longer, less water required. Plants are going crazy!

LV
05/14/2018
Lilliana V.
United States

great addition to potting soil mix

I've used these bricks before and find them a good "filler" to potting soil - esp seedlings that have a tendency towards damping off as the coir dries out quickly. the advantage is also a disadvantage - they dry out quickly so you need to pay attention!

L
01/10/2018
Linda

Great Stuff

I have used the coconut fiber as a substitute for peat moss for years now and love it. The plants do too. I mix it with a compost mix without peat for a great seed starting medium. If you use the coconut fiber by itself, you need to be diligent with the watering because it dries out quickly in the sun. I use hot water to expand the fiber which gives the seeds the warmth they love for germination. Happy Seed starting!

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