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Our object is to consistently provide quality products for our customers through our ethics, vast experiences, financial background, skilled laborers, and volumes. JayamGreens has become the world's benchmark as far as quality and delivery Norms are concerned in the field of coco related products. Born and bred with a mission, we always care for our customer's satisfaction and we will be royal to them at all aspects of business.

We provide high quality cocopeat and  many other products with a satisfactory price for the importers. At the same time, we customize our products and deliver upon request.


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Main uses of cocopeat are as        

Potting mixes

Green houses

Hydroponics growing media

Nursery & garden center professionals

Seedling nurseries

Lawn and golf courses

Horticulture and floriculture applications

Home gardening (indoor and outdoor) and for landscaping use

Amending clay soils

Worm bedding

 

Benefits of Coconut Fiber or Cocopeat for Soil and Plant

Coconut coir or identified with the term plantation waste cocopeat is abundant in oil-producing areas, crops still aren or Arecaceae family, all parts have great benefits for humans. If the coconut water has important advantages as the manufacture of liquid organic fertilizer, as well as fiber wrapped around coconuts can be processed into solid organic fertilizer.

In the world of organic farming-based, utilizing coconut husk as solid manure has an important role for the fertility of agricultural land. the solid organic manure, cocopeat / coconut coir function as bio-pores to the soil, with the cavity - the cavity in the ground can improve air circulation carries oxygen needed by plants.

In addition to improving soil aeration on agriculture, other benefits of coconut fiber has the ability to store water is 6 times more than its volume. In other words, if the weight of coco 1 kg of water, the power savings can reach 60 kg of water, of course, use coconut fiber as the base material of organic fertilizer is the right solution for the area is minimal rainfall.

Benefits of coco coir/peat are as following       

High water holding capacity (has the ability to store water is 6 times more than its volume).

Acceptable pH & EC (pH level of 5.2-6.3 for ideal nutrient plant intake, EC level <1 mS/cm is ideal for plant growth).

Excellent wettability, superior to peat

Ability to retain nutrients against leaching and to buffer supply

Unique water holding capacity

Good drainage / aeration

Less shrinkage

Retains physical properties longer

Light weight

No pests, weeds, or diseases

Odorless and pleasant to handle

Natural and renewable resource

Uniform in composition

100% Organic

Promotes strong root growth and plant vigor.

Absorbs water readily and re-wets easily, thus reducing the need for wetting agents.

Reduces watering frequency without plant stress, thereby reducing labor costs and minimizing plant loss

Increases shelf life of plants

Slow breakdown of material means product will not shrink during your growing cycle

High water holding capacity while still maintaining excellent drainage and aeration.

Odorless and pleasant to handle, Natural and renewable resource

Uniform in composition, 100% Organic

Promotes strong root growth and plant vigor, Absorbs water readily and re-wets easily, thus reducing the need for wetting agents.

Reduces watering frequency without plant stress, thereby reducing labor costs and minimizing plant loss

Increases shelf life of plants, Slow breakdown of material means product will not shrink during your growing cycle

High water holding capacity while still maintaining excellent drainage and aeration.

Nutrient content of Coconut Fiber        

Actually the coconut husk which though not yet in cocopeat, cocopeat itself is a waste coconut coir processing in the capture of fiber or fiber. Cocopeat is fine grains or powders of coconut fiber, whatever the term used to call it is not a problem. Which is the subject of the benefits of coconut husk is very large for agriculture. The nutrient content owned coconut husk either macro or micro-turns are needed by plants.

The content of macro and micro nutrients contained in coconut fiber, among others (K) Potassium (P) phosphorus (Ca) Calcium, (Mg) Magnesium, (Na) Sodium and some other minerals. But of the many nutrient content owned cocopeat, it turns out the number of the most abundant is the element of K (potassium). As we all know that the content of (P) Phosphorus and (K) Potassium is needed by plants during the process of the formation of the fruit as well as an increased sensefor any kind of fruit.

Made of 100% pure compressed coconut husk fibers, Coco Peat is a terrific addition to your planting mixes, possessing a near perfect natural pH level of 5.2-6.3 for ideal nutrient plant intake. Available in compressed 5kg blocks — makes around 2 cubic feet or 16 gallons (65-70 liters) of expanded media.

Coir pH usually runs 6 – 6.7, close to neutral. Adding coir will pretty much keep the pH of the soil you’re adding it to the same. Sphagnum tends to be acidic and is frequently used in potting of acid-loving ornamentals. Slight adjustments might be required. Of course, sphagnum makes only part of a complete soil mix, — rarely as much as a third as recommended in Mel Bartholomew’s Square Foot Gardening soil formula — making small increment pH adjustments not so difficult.

A post here (Using Coco as a Substrate) states 6.5 as being optimum but many articles i have read states never above 6.3. I'm keeping mine at 5.7 to 5.8 and am wondering if I am doing this correctly.

Soil PH can be hard to change, since it takes time to correct, flow check and restore. It takes longer to correct the problem in soil, than it took to cause it.

The PH of fresh Coco is marked on the bag from 5.0 - 7.0, however all of the coco I've tested was always between 6.0 - 6.5. Changing the PH of Coco takes a few waterings of pH-adjusted water, 

perhaps only one. The medium is very reactive to the PH of the water given to it; this gives coco growers rapid control over pH.  What is important is that you use 6.0 - 7.0 pH water, 6.5 being optimal if in pots.



Oxygen and Coco      

Soil has a tendency to become finer after time. The clumps of soil quickly disintegrate, leaving very fine pieces of matter which hold moisture, creating saturated spots, making the soil less and less aerated for roots over the plant’s life. The soil at the bottom of the pots can become a very hostile environment for the roots to grow, making roots suffocate in mud. Coco users rarely find this a problem. Coco almost never disintegrates, leaving the medium well aerated, supplying the roots constantly with enough oxygen, and all saturated spots quickly even out.

Reusing Coco

Another advantage of Coco is the fact it can be re-used. Because Coco is treated so well, you can get up to three grows from the same batch of coco. Coco is inert and does not absorb nutrients within its own fibers, so plants uptake only supplied nutrient-rich water; excess nutrients and salts are washed through with the overflow.

Advantages and drawbacks

Coco overall has many distinct advantages over soil. I have yet to grow a plant in Coco that hasn’t reached 2-2.5 feet in just 1 month from seed, without any stretching until later in life (without Topping or Fimming). The evenness of watering and the quick and direct changes of pH compares to hydro. The cost isn’t that steep because it can be reused up to 3 times, making the average cost (for myself) .24 cents US currency per US gallon. Well, after using coco, I’ll never use normal potting soil ever again

The only drawback to Coco I have found is that a massive root ball forms very quick while in veg., all my plants were detrimentally root bound in 7 Liter (1.85) gallons of coco after only 3 weeks of growth from seed. If you are ready for the growth, being in pots, and hesitant at all to go hydro with supplies and adjustments, it's just a small hurdle for all the benefits.

 





JG Coco Net Pellet       






 

  1. Faster Germination Rate 
  2. Excellent water retention
  3. Excellent air porosity
  4. Environment friendly 



JG Coco Products        

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JG Coco Plain Pellet 30mm

Size

Dia 30mm thickness 5mm +-2mm

Weight

5 gms.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

20 pcs. Pack      25 pcs. roll

  

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JG Coco Plain Pellet 40mm

Size

Dia 40mm thickness 5mm +-2mm

Weight

5 gms.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

20 pcs. Pack      25 pcs. roll

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JG Coco Plain Pellet 50mm

Size

Dia 50mm thickness 5mm +-2mm

Weight

5 gms.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

20 pcs. Pack      25 pcs. roll





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Coco Disk Round 6cm

Size

Dia 6cm

Weight

40 gms.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

10 pcs. Pack    6 pcs. pak

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Coco Disk Round 8cm

Size

Dia 8cm

Weight

60 gms.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

10 pcs. Pack    5 pcs. pack

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Coco Disk Round 10cm

Size

Dia 10cm

Weight

80 gms.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

10 pcs. Pack    5 pcs. pack


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Coco disk rectangular

Size

12x12 Thickness 1 cm

Weight

100 gms.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

10 pcs. Pack    5 pcs. pack

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Coco Brick

Size

20x12x5 cm

Weight

650 gms.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

40 pcs.Cartons


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Coco Bale

Size

30x30x14 cm

Weight

5 kgs.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

215 pcs. Per skid

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Coco Disk Square

Size

12x12 Thickness 1 cm

Weight

100 gms.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

10 pcs. Pack    5 pcs. pack


Coco Fibre Products       

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Coco Fibre Pots

Thickness in mm

Top dia in cm

Bottom dia in cm

Height in cm

5-6

30

20

25

5-6

35

15

20

5-6

20

1

16

5-6

15

10

20

2-3

10.5

7

11

2-3

8

5

10

2-3

6

4

5

2-3

5

3

5


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Nature Fibre Disk

Specifications:

Protects plant foot direct sunlight, retains moisture in the plant floor, avoiding the growth of weeds in the plant foot, available thickness,  2 mm, 4 mm, 6 mm, 

Available sizes:  15, 20, 25, 20cm, 51cm, 60cm, 90cm

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Fibre Trays

Specifications:

Used as  primary bed for sowing seeds which are to be transplanted. Bigger T rays are supported with wooden stripes on edges.

Available sizes:  11.5”x11.5”x4”, 17”x17”x3”, 5”x5”x3

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Coco Fibre Mats

Thickness in inch

Length in feet

Breath in feet

1

8

4

1/2

10

4

3/4

20

3

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Coco Grow Bag

Size

97.5x70x3.5x100x30x3.5x100x30x3.5

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

Packaging

Palletized 250 pcs for skid approx


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Coco Square Bag

Size

6 inch square

Weight

1 kgs.

EC value

Below 0.6

PH value

6-6.5

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Wall Mounted Basket

 

Thickness in inch

Top dia in inch

Centre depth in inch

5-6

10

5

5-6

12

6

5-6

14

7

5-6

16

8

5-6

18

9

5-6

20

10

2-3

10

5

2-3

12

6





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Fibre hanging basket

Thickness in inch

Top dia in inch

Centre depth in inch

5-6

10

5

5-6

12

6

5-6

14

7

5-6

16

8

5-6

18

9

5-6

20

10

2-3

10

5

2-3

12

6


Packaging       

Available in 20pcs and 1000pcs bulk pack 







1000 Pcs.     







20pcs.







20pcs.








20pcs.

User Manual     

For Pellets:

  1. Nature cocopeat pellet
  2. Nature cocopeat net pellet
  3. small disk round up to 60 mm diameter
  4. Place the pellet in a tray
  5. Add water in the tray or spray on top
  6. Leave for a minute
  7. The cocopeat comes up automatically
  8. Now sow the seed starter
  9. leave for germination
  10. Find a healthy growth in a short time

For Bricks and Blocks:

  1. Nature coco peat disk round and square-up to 350 grams and also up to 5 kgs
  2. Place the cocopeat in a suitable container
  3. Add 1.1 liters of water to a proportionate degree of 100 grams 
  4. leave for a few minutes to come up
  5. Cocopeat will come up automatically
  6. Now sow the seed or plant a sapling
  7. Leave for germination
  8. Find a healthy growth in a short span

The main advantage over this product is that either it can be directly applied to the soil or can be placed in a tray to sow the seed or plant the seedling.

For Grow Bags:

  1. Use of the separate container is not needed for grow bags
  2. Place the grow bag in the opt. place
  3. Make holes to sow the seed or plant the sapling in the UVC treated cover wherever required 
  4. Add 1.3 liters water to a proportionate degree of 100 grams 
  5. Now sow the seed or plant a sapling 
  6. Leave for germination
  7. Find a healthy growth in a short span


For Disk Of Any Size With a Pot:

  1. Place a disk in the pot
  2. Place the pot on the tray
  3. Then add water in the tray or pray from top
  4. Leave for 2 minutes
  5. Ensure the cocopeat will come to its level inside the pot and becomes loose.
  6. Now sow the seed or plant a sapling
  7. Leave for germination
  8. Find a healthy growth in a short span

Global Warming      

Everybody will agree that we do have responsibility to save our planet from

global warming and change in climatic conditions.

Peat-bogs are precious habitats right across Europe and worldwide,

 and we should now be going peat-free as a matter of urgency.

Around the world, overuse of peat moss by gardeners and others has led to environment concerns 

because peat extract comes from a rare and endangered habitat.

Peat bogs contributes to the welfare of all living things by locking up Carbon that would otherwise 

increase the greenhouse effect.

Coco peat is a successful natural and viable alternative to mined peat moss. Therefore, using coco 

peat and organic helps slow down peat extraction.