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Tropic 70/30 Coco Mix 50 Litres
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Plagron Cocos Premium Growing Media 50 Litres
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Plagron Cocos Perlite 70/30 50L
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Plagron Hydro Cocos 60/40
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Gold Label 60/40 - 45 Litres
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Canna Coco Professional Plus 50 Litres
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Canna Coco Natural 50 Litres
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Ecothrive Coco 70/30 Lite Mix - Pre-Mixed with Charge (1%) 50 Litres
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Ecothrive Coco - Pre-Mixed with Charge (1%) 50 Litres
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DNA Mills Ultimate Coco with Cork - 50 Litre
DNA Mills Ultimate Coco with Cork - 50 Litre
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UGRO - XL Organic - 70 Litre Compressed Coco Block
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Plagron Cocos Brix (6 pack)
Plagron Cocos Brix (6 pack)
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Eazy Pyramid 4.8 litreEazy Pyramid 4.8 litre
Eazy Pyramid 4.8 litre
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Why Choose Coco Coir?

Coco coir, AKA coconut coir, is derived from the husk of coconuts and offers an eco-friendly and sustainable alternative to traditional grow media. Unlike a regular soil potting mix, which tends to be made up of organic matter, coco coir is an inert growing medium. That means that you should treat it in a similar way to hydroponic growing media, like clay pebbles.

Boasting a natural pH of around 5.5 to 6.8, which is right in the sweet spot for popular indoor plant species, this waste product of the coconut industry is not just renewable but also facilitates extremely rapid plant growth. Its unique texture allows for healthy root development by creating air pockets in the soil, ensuring optimal drainage. Root growth in coco coir is truly insane, especially when it's teamed up with a fabric pots, like the Rhizopots. Try this combo and you can expect a huge harvest.

Environmentally conscious indoor gardeners tend to prefer coco coir products over soil mixes because they're peat free, promoting sustainability.

Whether you're looking for coir pith, coir dust, coir fibre or coco peat, our range has been carefully curated to support your needs. Beyond its gardening uses, coir also finds its place in the manufacture of doormats, rugs, and ropes.

To see our full range of Growing Media, click here

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