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Coir, also known as coconut dust or Coco “Peat” is a by-product from the harvesting of coconuts in Southeastern Asia. The long fibers from the husks are used for mats, furniture padding, ropes, and brooms. The short fibers, once considered a waste product, have proven very beneficial in horticulture and provide a sustainable alternative to peat moss. Coir holds moisture well, wets easy, decomposes slow, and drains well.


Coir Cutsheet


  • Amending native sandy soils
  • Component of container mixes and soil-less potting mixes
  • Mulch


  • Amending soil, excavate hole twice the diameter of the root ball and amend excavated soil with Coir and backfill with mixture. To prepare soil for turf roto-till in 20%-30% by volume into the top 4” - 6” of existing soil.
  • In soil-less potting mixes, some plants respond differently to the same ratio. Try small trial batches to determine what mix is best for your plants.
  • Mulching, apply 2” - 4” of Coir around planting area and keep several inches away from the trunks. Using drip irrigation under the mulch can help provide sufficient water to the plants.  


Sieve Analysis % Passing

  • 3/8”98
  • PH Range 6.0-7.2
  • ECe (Salinity) ˂2.0
  • Organic % by Weight 80%-90%
  • Approximate Weight 500lbs-700lbs per Cyᶟ

Specification data subject to change. Additional data available upon request.

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