Available in 5 kg
100% Natural & No Chemicals Used
Kokopeat is a multipurpose growing medium made out of coconut husk. Its air filled porosity and high water holding capacity makes it an ideal growing medium for the plant crops. It keeps the plant hydrated for longer periods of time, thus preventing them from drying.
- High water holding capacity.
- It has good drainage and aeration.
- It retains physical property and soil organic properties for longer time.
- Boosts flowering and foliar development.
- User friendly and easy to use.
How To Use:
- Break apart packaged bricks of koko peat into a large bucket with your hands, using as many bricks as needed. Each one-third cubic foot brick of koko 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 koko peat for each brick you’ve used. Leave the koko peat to absorb the water for two hours, or longer.
- Mix the material with your hands, a garden trowel or cultivator to fluff the moist koko 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 koko peat. Transplant potted seedlings into the koko 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 koko 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.
- Keep it in a cool and dry place.
- Follow the instructions carefully before using.