Coir Pots Wholesale
DIY(Do-It-Yourself) Coir Pots, is the main coir pots manufacturer in Asia. Coir pots benefits are versatile, more air floating through the plant roots, which will enable the plant in the coconut coat to grow stronger and quicker. All our coir pots are for sale in different sizes and shapes. We offer either Round coir pots ,MINI coir pots, Super Large coir pots or squared coir pots. In order to let the coconut pots plants grow more nicely, you can use specifically mixture of soil and organic fertilizer. For tubestock plants, especially for trees, coir pots also make sense in their unique shape.
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Thanks to the root penetrating the coconut wall, there won’t be any root shock and the plant won’t die.
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Multiple problems are solved at once with the coconut pot:
- Water Drainage: The plant won’t drown in water, because the water can drain easily
- Root Ventilation problem, in existent, since the root will get continuous flow by air, since it’s not like plastic 100% closed.
- Great Seed Starter
- Air pruning
- Reducing root shock
How to use Coir Pots(DIY)? Simply put some normal soil or coconut fiber into the pot and let it grown, after a few weeks the pot can be planted directly into your garden, not need for removal, the roots will feed automatically connected to the soil and penetrate the walls after a few weeks. The Coconut pot itself will biodegrade after some time.
Coir Pots Wholesale or retail sale, inquire below and we are happy to consult you about the various options. There are different types of glue, depending on your usage.
Benefits of using Coir Planters
- Aerial root-pruning: Plants grown in coir pots undergo ‘aerial root pruning’ which promotes root distribution. When plants are grown in a coir pot, the roots quickly penetrate the pot walls. On coming in contact with the air, the roots stop growing and new root buds start to appear leading to secondary roots that start to develop throughout the pot. Thus, allowing complete usage of the pot by dense network of root hairs. In containers with impermeable walls, such as plastic pots, a few very long roots use all the area around the pot.
- Biodegradable: Another advantage is that the plant, along with the fibre pot, can go straight into the ground without causing any root disturbance or transplant shock to the plant. The plant settles into the soil easily. The coir is biodegradable and it turns into organic matter in due course of time. Once into the soil, the roots that became dormant during aerial containment also become active.
- Nourishment: It also provides nutrients like zinc, magnesium, copper and iron, all beneficial to a plant’s growth.
- Balances moisture content: On one hand, the porous nature of the pot prevents water-logging in the soil and minimizes the risk of root decay and mould formation while on the other hand, the coir itself holds onto some moisture so the drainage doesn’t occur too quickly and the soil doesn’t dry out completely, hence maintaining a soil-water balance.
- Light weight: The light weight of the pot makes it ideal for terrace gardening.
In the end, here’s a little piece of advice- Don’t dispose off your old coir pots, rather dig them into the garden for soil conditioning.