What are the things that you can make out of Coir?

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Coir products are eco-friendly products. They are the most preferred raw material for making a wide range of products ranging from mattresses, coir molded baskets and yarns. Some of the other products manufactured out of coir include. Coir ropes & Belts: Coir rope making is one of the most popular cottage industries in India. The coconut fibre is wounded on a wheel that is attached to hooks. The wheel is operated by hand which helps twist the coir while more is added in the process. It forms a strong rope that does not break or unwind. The main application of coir belts is to drive machines, in addition to doubling up as conveyor belts. Mattresses, Tiles & Rugs: Most households in India have either coir mattresses or rugs. Coir tiles…
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Growing custom-made crop minus soil is possible with Cocopeat

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Emerging farming technologies like Hydroponics, the process of growing plants without the help of soil in a controlled environment has gained greater traction than ever before. If you have a glasshouse that is left unused, you can easily turn it into a hydroponics lab and not only grow common vegetables such as coriander, mint, lettuce, cucumber, capsicum, tomato, and beans, but also higher varieties such as bamboo, ferns and sand sanders using water alone. Usually, soil supplies the essential minerals required by the plans and acts as the holding medium. In the case of the hydroponics process, the soil is replaced with inert media such as pebbles, clay balls, coco peat or perlite, rock wool, etc. For the supply of nutrients, the germinated plants are usually grown in small cups…
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Cocopeat helps you grow your own Indoor Hanging Garden

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Indoor gardening can be fun, unique and creative as it gets. All you need is small floor space, or if you feel even a smaller shelf or desk is restrictive, then make your ceiling your playground. Japanese indoor gardening techniques such as Kokedama and Bonsai pave the way to create your very own hanging garden right inside your home. Kokedama is nothing but a moss ball consisting of a single plant rooted in a ball of moist soil, more often than not with cocopeat and fertilizer and moss growing all over it. The moss keeps the soil together. The ball helps you to grow the ornamental plant when you sow in it. Cocopeat provides you with a much cost-effective and simple way to grow both Bonsai as well as Kokedama…
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