Coco coir, or coconut fiber, in its many forms, is the new kid on the block in terms of all-natural soil alternatives. Coco coir has long been used in hydroponic gardening due to its water retention and its deterrence of fungus gnats and certain diseases, as well as its root supporting structure. Though its popularity has risen in the recent past, it functions in the garden very much like sphagnum moss.
Coco coir is a byproduct of coconut processing. The fibrous husks of coconuts are ground or decomposed in order to produce a product that is very similar to peat moss in weight and texture, but darker in color. The majority of the world’s coconut fiber comes from Sri Lanka or India.
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