Coir Pots

A Horticultural Production by Colombo Quality Products

Coir Pots are made out of coconut husk fibres and bound together by natural latex as bonding agent to produce pots of various sizes.

Coir pots can be used as temporary containers for future transplanting. Coir pot eliminates possible damage to roots in the process, as they can be planted directly in the ground. Thanks to biodegrable property of natural coir.

Unlike containers with impermeable walls, coir pots does not cause deformation to the roots.

When plants are grown in a CoCo Coir Pot, the roots quickly penetrate the pot walls. Contact with the air stops the roots from growing, root buds start to appear and secondary roots start to develop throughout the pot. This phenomenon is known as "aerial root prunning". The volume of the pot is used 100% by a dense network of root hairs of the plant . In containers with impermeable walls, a few very long roots use all the area around the pot.

Advantages:

  • Biodegradable
  • Avoids transplant shock
  • Holds more water, saves water
  • Facilitate sample aeration

Packaging:

  • In polybags and then into Cartons

Capacity:

  • 20 ft. container can hold between 30,000 to 35,000 pots

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