Because the product is 100% from husks of the coconut tree, there is no impact on the environment. After cultivation (for years), cocopeat still has added value as soil improver or can be used in other cultivations.
Compared to other growing media cocopeat is economically very interesting because it can be transported in pressed form.
The structure of cocopeat gives it the power to uptake a lot of water. This water is easily available for the crop. Other advantage for cocopeat is the percentage of air availability. Cocopeat will make your crop grow to its full potential!
Grow.In is established in the mid-1990s and is one of the pioneers in the field of cocopeat production
for horticulture purposes. At that time we started with research programs with universities in The Netherlands and started up production facilities in India. Because of the enormous growth of our products we have various production plants in India nowadays. As we strive for the best quality we still have collaborations with universities in the field of research.
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All Grow.In products are made 100% out of cocopeat.
This natural product is obtained out of the coconut husk. Fibres are extracted out of the husks and during this process the cocopeat is sieved out and stocked for at least 5 months to stabilize the material. When the stabilization is approved by our quality department the material can be treated after which it will be either dried and pressed or packed into bags.
Why cocopeat from Grow.In?
Besides the stability of the material, there are several other reasons why cocopeat is such a good substrate for your cultivation.
50 liter bags
Grow.In cocopeat ready to use in a 50 liter bag. These bags are nicely palletized and wrapped in order to ensure maximum loading capacity during transport. Options available for washed only or buffered with calcium and washed.
5 kilo blocks
Pressed in the most optimum way to achieve maximum loading capacity and still have the best output. Large quantities of blocks can be put onto pallets and into the container.