Coco coir is a by-product of the coconut industry. It is composed primarily of cellulose, which gives it its strength and flexibility. When coco coir pith becomes wet it swells up to four times its original size and takes on a spongy texture that makes it an excellent material for use in gardening or landscaping projects. The best part? You can compost your old coco coir pith!

Coco coir is a natural and renewable resource. The coco coir pith is the center of the plant that we use to make our coco coir products. It has been used for centuries in India as an excellent, resilient building material because it's rot resistant and there's no need for costly additives like cement or water.   Coco choirs' pores are too small for bacteria to grow which means they don't require any additional treatments such as painting or staining; hence, they're eco-friendly! Our products can be found on Amazon and eBay among other places online.

Conclusion.

Coco coir is a natural, sustainable and environmentally friendly material that can be used in many different ways. Use it to add an extra layer of protection for your plants or as mulch around them. You can also use this versatile product when you want to create borders between gardens or flowerbeds. For those who would like to try something new but don't know where to start, we've created a blog post about how coco coir pith can help you with gardening projects! Check out our article here and let us know what you think in the comments below!

Coco coir's versatile and sustainable properties make it an excellent material for gardening or landscaping projects. It can be used as a soil amendment, mulch, potting mix, fertilizer carrier, weed control mat and more! Plus, you can compost your old coco coir pith when you're done with the project. What other uses have you found for coco coir? 

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