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Coconut Coir Block, 650 Grams

# COIR650
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$ 5.99
Weight: 1.070000 lbs

Use coir as a growing medium or a natural soil amendment!

FibreDust makes their SpongEase blocks from coconut husks. These husks, also called coir or coco peat, are a very popular growing medium. This coir works well for nearly any growing operations, including:
  • Seeds
  • Cuttings
  • Flowers
  • Vegetables
  • Hydroponics
  • Mushroom cultivation
  • Micro greens
  • Worm farming
  • Berries
  • Landscaping plants
Coir provides maximum aeration. It also has a low EC. This combined factors provide unmatched root health for your plants.

FibreDust compresses SpongEase blocks for shipping. Simply add water and the block will expand!

Coir does require fertilizer as it is an inert product. Use it with your favorite fertilizer or blend it with a rich compost and any desired amendments.

To expand, simply place into a container (a 5-gallon bucket or a 3-gallon pot work well) and add a little of water. This brick will expand into approximately 3 gallons of potting soil!

Specs

  • pH level: 5.5 to 6.5

Product Benefits

  • Absorbs and retains moisture
  • Provides excellent drainage
  • Increases soil aeration up to 1,000%

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Use coir as a growing medium or a natural soil amendment!

FibreDust makes their SpongEase blocks from coconut husks. These husks, also called coir or coco peat, are a very popular growing medium. This coir works well for nearly any growing operations, including:
  • Seeds
  • Cuttings
  • Flowers
  • Vegetables
  • Hydroponics
  • Mushroom cultivation
  • Micro greens
  • Worm farming
  • Berries
  • Landscaping plants
Coir provides maximum aeration. It also has a low EC. This combined factors provide unmatched root health for your plants.

FibreDust compresses SpongEase blocks for shipping. Simply add water and the block will expand!

Coir does require fertilizer as it is an inert product. Use it with your favorite fertilizer or blend it with a rich compost and any desired amendments.

To expand, simply place into a container (a 5-gallon bucket or a 3-gallon pot work well) and add a little of water. This brick will expand into approximately 3 gallons of potting soil!