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Coco Peat:
Biodegradable and Sustainable Growing Media

Coir Canada Welcomes You

Coir Canada has been proudly providing high-quality Coco Growbags and other Coco Growing media products in Canada since 2018. What differentiates us from other businesses is our ability to truly connect with our customers, and provide the exceptional, compassionate service they deserve. To learn more, simply browse through our site.

About Coir Canada

Since opening in 2018, we have become one of the leading Growing-Media providers in the Canadian Market. Our commitment to quality products, exceptional services, and incomparable customer care keep our customers coming back again and again. We never stop improving and are continuing to expand our offerings based on how we can best serve our fellow customers.


Canadian Greenhouse Conference

October 2018

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IPM Messe  Essen Germany 

January 2023

Canadian Greenhouse Conference

October 2023

What is Coco Peat?

When coconut husk is processed to coir fiber, the emanating by-products are “fiber” (1/3 of the husk) and “Coco Peat” (2/3 of the husk). Coco peat is also called coir dust or coir peat or coir pith. Coco peat is widely used as a growing medium in the horticulture industry and is a superior alternative to Peat Moss. It also bears a very high-water holding capacity and gives maximum efficiency for fertilizer usage.

Coco Peat is subject to washing, sieving, and drying before being converted into the final product. It is pressed into different block sizes in accordance with customer requirements and then shipped to requisite buyers. Coco Peat and Husk chips are sometimes mixed in different ratios before processing, and conversion into the final product depends on the type of vegetation and customer requirement. In horticulture, Coco Peat is recommended as a substitute for peat moss since it is free of bacteria and fungal spores. It also sustains environmental damage, unlike the ill effects of Peat mining.

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