Premium Organic Garden Coir
Improves Air Porosity
Naturally has a more basic pH compared to peat moss, which is more acidic. Acidic isn't bad, however some plants do not grow well in acidic soil. So for growers looking to add texture, aeration, and volume to their potting mix without upping the acidity Organic Coconut Garden Coir is the best option. Coconut coir is often in 5.5-6 pH range where as Peat Moss is estimated to be more acidic at 3.5-5 pH.
Perfect for plants that are in long-time homes, and longer-lasting than other soil amendments such as peat moss. In addition to being slower to decompose, coco coir is tough and fibrous which makes it harder to compact over time. Like all soil additives, it will compact after months of roots sucking up nutrients and plant growth, however at a slower rate when compared to similar amendments.
Great For Starting Seed
Coconut Garden Coir makes for the perfect seed starting medium for its resistance to Breaking down and its low acidity. Most plants grown from seeds, such as vegetable plants, prefer to grow in more neutral to basic pH soils. Coconut husk is not easily compacted and retains the perfect amount of nutrients and moisture for a new seedling to sprout and thrive. Organic Coconut Coir creates the perfect environment for new seeds and, in addition to all the positive attributes, is more sustainable than Peat Moss!