How to Compost Coir Pith?

Answer Coir pith is a byproduct of coconut husk. It's the material left over after coir fibers have been extracted from the husk of the fruit. Coir pith (also known as coir dust) has become an important g... Read More »

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How to Use Coir as a Medium?

Coir potting soil is made of shredded coconut husks that are environmentally friendly, biodegradable and works similarly to any other peat moss or sprouting soil. Coir is reusable with the small ad... Read More »

What is coconut coir?

Coconut coir is obtained from the fibrous material surrounding the seed of the coconut palm, cushioning it from shocks and protecting it from water damage. It is used in products like matting, sack... Read More »

How often should you water coco coir?

Coco coir is created from coconut fiber husks, and can be used as an alternative to peat and other potting soil mixes. Coco coir has a high rate of water retention, almost nine times its weight, ma... Read More »

What is a pith helmet?

A pith helmet is a hat made out of lightweight plant material like cork or pith. It is intended for sun protection and was at one time popular headgear among Westerners in tropical regions.Source:D... Read More »