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SmartyCoir Transplanting and Growing system

SmartyCoir system allows you to gradually transplant your plants from small to completely mature ones in just one tenth of the usual time, saving you lots of money in labour costs. Being growers ourselves, we know how important it is to optimise your time and we are here to provide you with the most efficient solution!

Pelemix 3B OpenTop for Berries

3BMulti-Drain OpenTop System creates a perfect environment for hydroponic blueberries, raspberries and other berries by combining the ideal volume and formulation of coco-coir blend and Pelemix OpenTop bag.

Pelemix CANNAMIX OpenTop for Cannabis

Specially designed to meet the needs of Cannabis plants, CANNAMIX OpenTop creates the optimal air / water ratio thanks to the long fibers and unique double sieving technology. Strong roots and even water content distribution throughout the media are guaranteed. 

Pelemix Grow Bags and Grow Slabs

Providing an excellent solution for hydroponic growth, Pelemix Coco Coir Grow Bags and Grow Slabs are a perfect choice for tomatoes, capsicums, cucumbers, eggplants, and many other crops.

Pelemix Loose Coco and Mixes

We offer pure loose coco and mixes with peat-moss, packaged according to your needs.

Slide Coconut coir is an organic by-product derived from the mesocarp tissue or husk fiber treatment of the coconut fruit. The long fibers are used for industrial purposes, and the remaining materials, consisting of short fibers and dust, undergo aerobic composting. After composting, the stable material is dehydrated and compressed into bricks for easy transportation. With the addition of water, the coir expands to 5 to 9 times its compressed volume.

Coconut substrate is an environmentally friendly product since it is made of coconut coir (fiber extracted from coconut husk) and coconut chips which are a waste product of the coconut industry. Coir is considered to be the best alternative to sphagnum peat and makes a great investment both economically and environmentally. It’s already widely applied in agriculture all over the world.
What is coconut substrate?

Why choose coconut - based substrates?

Can you imagine a growing media that provides a great aeration, water drainage, and water retention, while having strong anti-fungal properties and being ecologically friendly?  These properties are the reality of growing in coir substrates and its benefits don’t stop there: 

  • Coconut coir (fiber extracted from coconut husk) and coconut chips, that make up coconut substrates, are a waste product of the coconut industry
  • Coir is 100% renewable and doesn’t contribute to deforestation
  •  High air retention ration (22%) prevents oversaturation of the media and oxygen deprivation of the root system
  • Coco substrate has great drainage properties, which prevents overwatering and root rot
  • Coconut coir comes compressed in blocks that expands upon addition of water. This significantly reduces cost of transportation and eases up transplanting process
  • You can control the nutrients, pH, EC, and amount of water your plants experience
  • Coir deteriorates very slowly and can be reused for many cultivation cycles
  • Coir substrate doesn’t shrinks or crack
  • High cation exchange ensures that nutrients are easily absorbed by the plant roots
  • Top layer of the substrate dries fast, significantly lowering the chance of fungal infections
  • While top layer is dry, the rest of the substrate remains wet thanks to water holding capacity of approximately 40%
  • Coir retains some good microorganisms, such as Trichoderma fungus, and protects the plants against harmful pests, weeds and bacteria
  • Coir can hold 8 to 9 times its own weight in water 

What is coconut substrate?

Coconut coir is an organic by-product derived from the mesocarp tissue or husk fiber treatment of the coconut fruit. The long fibers are used for industrial purposes, and the remaining materials, consisting of short fibers and dust, undergo aerobic composting. After composting, the stable material is dehydrated and compressed into bricks for easy transportation. With the addition of water, the coir expands to 5 to 9 times its compressed volume. 

Coconut substrate is an environmentally friendly product since it is made of coconut coir (fiber extracted from coconut husk) and coconut chips which are a waste product of the coconut industry. Coir is considered to be the best alternative to sphagnum peat and makes a great investment both economically and environmentally. It’s already widely applied in agriculture all over the world.

Which plants can grow in coir?

Many plants that can grow in containers can also be grown in coco substrates. With coir being an inert growing medium, you can control the exact nutrition and pH that your plants get.

Blueberries, strawberries, cannabis, tomatoes, cucumbers, raspberries, blackberries, aubergine, eggplant, capsicum, and watermelon are just some of the crops that are commonly grown in coco substrates. Many ornamental plants also strive in it, like orchids, roses, lisianthus, carnation, gerbera, tulips, and bromeliad. 

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