Carbon-rich coir balances nitrogen-rich kitchen scraps in the compost pile
Hydrate these coir bricks for an effective and economical container mix
May be added to garden beds to loosen clay soil
Derived from coconut husks, carbon-rich Coconut Coir is handy for layering with nitrogen-rich kitchen scraps and lawn clippings in the compost pile, and it makes a good bedding material for worm composters.
It's also an earth-friendly planting mix for use in pots, planters and window boxes, or as a peat-free alternative when you make your own planting mixes.bour favorite way to use it is in soil blocks!
Coir has excellent water-holding capacity yet drains well — so important for healthy root growth. Our blend is a mix of fine and coarse grinds to provide the perfect environment for plant roots.
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