AVT Organic Agro Park
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Cocopeat Bricks

Our product range includes a wide range of brown high ec cocopeat / coirpith bricks / block, keltech brand washed brown low ec cocopeat / coir pith bricks / blocks, cocopeat brick and high ec 1kg cocopeat bricks.

Brown High EC Cocopeat / Coirpith Bricks / Block

Brown High EC Cocopeat / Coirpith Bricks / Block
  • Brown High EC Cocopeat / Coirpith Bricks / Block
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Approx. Price: Rs 150 / PieceGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity200 Piece
Packaging TypePolyethylene Wrapped
MaterialCoco Peat
Packaging Size4.7 to 5.2 kg
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
ShapeRectangular
ColorBrown
PH Value5:2 to 6.8
Size30x30x12 Cm
FeaturesHigh EC
Weight5 kg
GradeHigh Ec
Block Weight5 kg (+/-5%)
BrandAVT
Moisture10 to 15 %

In order to cater the variegated demands of our clients, we are offering an excellent quality range of AVT Brown Cocopeat Bricks. Being a good absorbent, dry coco peat can be used as an oil absorbent on slippery floors. Coco peat is also used as a bedding in animal farms and pet houses to absorb animal waste so the farm is kept clean and dry. Coco peat is hydrophilic unlike sphagnum moss and can quickly reabsorb water even when completely dry. Coco peat is porous and cannot be overwatered easily.
How to Use Coco Peat for Plants and Farms:
Processed coconut fibers are the byproduct of the coconut industry which, without its usefulness to gardeners, would otherwise be disposed of. As a growing medium similar to sphagnum peat, coco peat, also called coir or coir dust, provides an alternative to potting soil featuring high water retention, suitable aeration and antifungal benefits. Coco peat is not only a natural, often organic product, but also a renewable one with a slightly acidic pH that many plants prefer to grow in.
Break apart packaged bricks of coco peat into a large bucket with your hands, using as many bricks as needed. Each one-third cubic foot brick of coco peat makes 4 quarts of planting material. Don’t break more than four bricks per five gallon bucket to ensure you have room for mixing.
Add 1 gallon of warm water to the broken apart coco peat for each brick you’ve used. Leave the coco peat to absorb the water for two hours, or longer, depending on your brand of coco peat.
Mix the material with your hands, a garden trowel or cultivator to fluff the moist coco peat. As you mix, make sure each portion of peat has been moistened. Add more water and fluff again as needed.
Fill a planter to within 2 inches from the top with the moistened and fluffed coco peat. Transplant potted seedlings into the coco peat as you would with potting soil according to the depth needed for your plant. Place the planter in the appropriate light conditions for your plant.Water the plant and moisten the coco peat two to three times a week in moderate to cool weather, and three to four times a week during hot months when temperatures are frequently above 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Things You Will Need:
Coco peat brick
Five gallon bucket
Water
Garden trowel or cultivator
Planter
Tip:
You can spread prepared coco peat 2 to 3 inches deep as a mulch around plants during summer months to deter weeds, or spread 1 to 2 inches deep during winter to act as an insulator around perennials.
Mix one part potting soil with two parts coco peat to take advantage of added fertilizers found in some potting soils while maximizing the moisture retention of coco peat.
Reuse coco peat for up to four years.
When finished, used coco peat can be added to your composter or incorporated directly into the soil of garden beds.

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Keltech Brand Washed Brown Low EC Cocopeat / Coir Pith Bricks / Blocks

Keltech Brand Washed Brown Low EC Cocopeat / Coir Pith Bricks / Blocks
  • Keltech Brand Washed Brown Low EC Cocopeat / Coir Pith Bricks / Blocks
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Product Details:

Packaging Size4.7 -5.2 kg
ColorBrown
Usage/ApplicationNursery raising /Agriculture / Horticulture/Terrace / Roof top gardening /Potting mixture
BrandAp Coco Products
FeaturesLow Ec
Country of OriginMade in India

In order to cater the variegated demands of our clients, we are offering an excellent quality range of AVT Brown Cocopeat Bricks. Being a good absorbent, dry coco peat can be used as an oil absorbent on slippery floors. Coco peat is also used as a bedding in animal farms and pet houses to absorb animal waste so the farm is kept clean and dry. Coco peat is hydrophilic unlike sphagnum moss and can quickly reabsorb water even when completely dry. Coco peat is porous and cannot be overwatered easily.
How to Use Coco Peat for Plants and Farms:
Processed coconut fibers are the byproduct of the coconut industry which, without its usefulness to gardeners, would otherwise be disposed of. As a growing medium similar to sphagnum peat, coco peat, also called coir or coir dust, provides an alternative to potting soil featuring high water retention, suitable aeration and antifungal benefits. Coco peat is not only a natural, often organic product, but also a renewable one with a slightly acidic pH that many plants prefer to grow in.
Break apart packaged bricks of coco peat into a large bucket with your hands, using as many bricks as needed. Each one-third cubic foot brick of coco peat makes 4 quarts of planting material. Don’t break more than four bricks per five gallon bucket to ensure you have room for mixing.
Add 1 gallon of warm water to the broken apart coco peat for each brick you’ve used. Leave the coco peat to absorb the water for two hours, or longer, depending on your brand of coco peat.
Mix the material with your hands, a garden trowel or cultivator to fluff the moist coco peat. As you mix, make sure each portion of peat has been moistened. Add more water and fluff again as needed.
Fill a planter to within 2 inches from the top with the moistened and fluffed coco peat. Transplant potted seedlings into the coco peat as you would with potting soil according to the depth needed for your plant. Place the planter in the appropriate light conditions for your plant.Water the plant and moisten the coco peat two to three times a week in moderate to cool weather, and three to four times a week during hot months when temperatures are frequently above 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Things You Will Need:
Coco peat brick
Five gallon bucket
Water
Garden trowel or cultivator
Planter
Tip:
You can spread prepared coco peat 2 to 3 inches deep as a mulch around plants during summer months to deter weeds, or spread 1 to 2 inches deep during winter to act as an insulator around perennials.
Mix one part potting soil with two parts coco peat to take advantage of added fertilizers found in some potting soils while maximizing the moisture retention of coco peat.
Reuse coco peat for up to four years.
When finished, used coco peat can be added to your composter or incorporated directly into the soil of garden beds.

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Cocopeat Brick

Cocopeat Brick
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Product Details:

ShapeSquare
Pack Size5 Kg x 4= 20 Kg
Usage/ApplicationHorticulture Crops,Vegetables, Nursery Raising
Dimension30 cm x 30 cm x 12 cm
FeaturesLow EC
Nitrogen0.3 %
Phosphorous0.1 %
BrandKeltech
Moisture10-15 %

We are among the reputed organizations, highly engaged in providing a premium grade of Cocopeat Brick. The offered brick is manufactured by our vendor with utmost precision making use of superior quality basic material and innovative techniques to meet the expectations of valued clients.

How to use coco-peat - 

  • Break apart packaged bricks of coco peat into a large bucket with your hands, using as many bricks as needed.
  • Add 25 lt of normal water to the broken apart coco peat for each brick you've used.
  • Mix the material with your hands, a garden trowel or cultivator to fluff the moist coco peat

 

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High EC 1kg Cocopeat Bricks

High EC 1kg Cocopeat Bricks
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Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity10 Piece
Packaging TypePolyethylene
ShapeRectangular
Packaging Size20x20x8 Cm
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
Block Dimension15x15x7 Cm
FeaturesNursery raising /Agriculture / Horticulture/Terrace / Roof top gardening /Potting mixture
BrandAVT
ColorBrown
MaterialCocopeat
Moisture Content10 to 15 %
Ph Value5.2 to 7.2
Physical StateSolid
Shelf Life1 year
Weight1 kg
Country of OriginMade in India

In order to cater the variegated demands of our clients, we are offering an excellent quality range of AVT Brown Cocopeat Bricks. Being a good absorbent, dry coco peat can be used as an oil absorbent on slippery floors. Coco peat is also used as a bedding in animal farms and pet houses to absorb animal waste so the farm is kept clean and dry. Coco peat is hydrophilic unlike sphagnum moss and can quickly reabsorb water even when completely dry. Coco peat is porous and cannot be overwatered easily.

How to Use Coco Peat for Plants and Farms:

Processed coconut fibers are the byproduct of the coconut industry which, without its usefulness to gardeners, would otherwise be disposed of. As a growing medium similar to sphagnum peat, coco peat, also called coir or coir dust, provides an alternative to potting soil featuring high water retention, suitable aeration and antifungal benefits. Coco peat is not only a natural, often organic product, but also a renewable one with a slightly acidic pH that many plants prefer to grow in.

Break apart packaged bricks of coco peat into a large bucket with your hands, using as many bricks as needed. Each one-third cubic foot brick of coco peat makes 4 quarts of planting material. Don’t break more than four bricks per five gallon bucket to ensure you have room for mixing.

Add 1 gallon of warm water to the broken apart coco peat for each brick you’ve used. Leave the coco peat to absorb the water for two hours, or longer, depending on your brand of coco peat.

Mix the material with your hands, a garden trowel or cultivator to fluff the moist coco peat. As you mix, make sure each portion of peat has been moistened. Add more water and fluff again as needed.

Fill a planter to within 2 inches from the top with the moistened and fluffed coco peat. Transplant potted seedlings into the coco peat as you would with potting soil according to the depth needed for your plant. Place the planter in the appropriate light conditions for your plant.Water the plant and moisten the coco peat two to three times a week in moderate to cool weather, and three to four times a week during hot months when temperatures are frequently above 80 degrees Fahrenheit.


Things You Will Need:

Coco peat brick

Five gallon bucket

Water

Garden trowel or cultivator

Planter


Tip:

You can spread prepared coco peat 2 to 3 inches deep as a mulch around plants during summer months to deter weeds, or spread 1 to 2 inches deep during winter to act as an insulator around perennials.

Mix one part potting soil with two parts coco peat to take advantage of added fertilizers found in some potting soils while maximizing the moisture retention of coco peat.

Reuse coco peat for up to four years.

When finished, used coco peat can be added to your composter or incorporated directly into the soil of garden beds.

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AVT Organic Agro Park
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