Coco Peat - The Cleanest Medium For Sowing Seeds And Growing Vegetables

Coco Peat - The Cleanest Medium For Sowing Seeds And Growing Vegetables

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Coco peat is a unique and extremely clean medium to use for sowing seeds and growing vegetables. In this article, we will learn why Coco Peat is considered the most reliable medium for your growing needs.

1. Reason: Coco peat is a clean substrate for sowing seeds and growing vegetables

You already know about coco peat, which is indispensable in agricultural production

In the market of vegetable soil and growing medium, we often hear about keywords such as "Clean soil", "Organic clean soil", "Clean soil for growing vegetables". However, they are not always guaranteed to be clean. Some places have been exposed for using methods that do not guarantee cleanliness to produce "clean soil". Coco peat is different in that it is a completely clean and safe source of substrate.


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Coco peat is made from fibers and pieces of coconut shell, a natural source that does not require spraying. The production process of coco peat does not use toxic chemicals, ensuring compatibility with the environment and safety for human health.


2. Benefits of Coco Peat for the environment

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In the Western region of Vietnam and many other provinces, people grow coconut trees on thousands of hectares. Using coconut peat is a way to protect the environment by reducing waste from coconut shells. Therefore, using coco peat for growing vegetables also means contributing to environmental protection.


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3. Physical and chemical composition of Coco peat

  • pH: 5.8-6.5
  • Humidity: <20-70% depending on the product, usually about 70% for Coco Peat and 20% for Coconut Flakes.
  • EC (capacitance measurement) < 0.5ms/cm
  • Tannin and Ligin: < 10%
  • Moisture retention and drainage ability: Coco peat has good moisture retention ability, while coconut fiber has good drainage ability. Coconut flakes are a perfect combination of both of these properties.
  • Decomposition: Coco peat and related products can decompose naturally in the soil in a period of 6 months to 2-3 years depending on the type.

4. Recipe for mixing coconut peat for sowing seeds and growing vegetables



  • Sowing and germination: 95% Coco peat + 5% coconut fiber.
  • Leafy vegetables: 70% Coco peat + 30% coconut fiber.
  • Climbing plants that eat fruits and vegetables: 40% Coco peat + 30% coconut fiber + 30% coconut flakes.
  • Orchids and landscape plants: 30% coconut fiber + 70% coconut flakes.

5. Notes when using Coco peat

  • There is no need to fertilize Coco Peat when sowing or sprouting seeds.
  • Depending on the type of plant, you can add vermicompost or cow dung.
  • Check the moisture level of the Coco Peat and water carefully to ensure the plant is getting enough water.


With the advantages of cleanliness, environmental compatibility and a variety of mixing formulas, Coco Peat is a good and wise choice for sowing and growing your vegetables. If you are interested in using Coconut Peat, consider purchasing the product at nguonsinhthai.com to ensure the cleanliness and safety of the substrate.


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