Cocopeat Block 30x30x10cm

  • $18.40

Discover the versatile Coco Peat Block for optimal plant growth. This eco-friendly, compressed block expands to provide nutrient-rich and moisture-retentive bedding for your plants. Order now and enhance your gardening experience with Coco Peat!

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Ex Tax: $18.40

Availability: In Stock

Product Code: HSF629

Each compressed block of Cocopeat = 4 to 5kg Approx.
Each block when expanded = 40 to 50 Liters

Give your plants the best growing medium with our premium cocopeat block. Made from natural and sustainable coconut husk fibers, our cocopeat block is the perfect choice for gardening enthusiasts and professional growers alike.

Our cocopeat block is highly versatile and can be used for various applications. It serves as an excellent soil amendment, improving soil structure, aeration, and water retention. It promotes healthy root growth and enhances nutrient uptake, giving your plants a strong foundation to thrive.

Using our cocopeat block is easy. Simply place the block in a container and add water. Watch as it expands and transforms into a fluffy, moisture-rich growing medium. Its fibrous texture ensures optimal root penetration and allows for proper drainage, preventing waterlogging.

One of the greatest advantages of cocopeat is its sustainable nature. By using our cocopeat block, you're not only providing the best care for your plants but also contributing to the environment. Coco coir is a renewable resource and is biodegradable, making it an eco-friendly choice.

Our cocopeat block comes in a convenient size, making it easy to handle and store. It is free from harmful chemicals and pathogens, ensuring a safe and healthy growing environment for your plants.

Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a beginner, our premium cocopeat block is a must-have for your gardening arsenal. Unlock the full potential of your plants and nurture them with the best. Order now and experience the difference that our cocopeat block can make in your gardening journey.

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