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Cocochips 1 packet | The Dirt Bag by Growcerys

Cocochips 1 packet | The Dirt Bag by Growcerys

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Coco chips are made from coconut husks by the cutting process into small and uniform pieces. They have excellent moisture retention and aeration properties, making them a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional growing media.

Using coco chips in your garden offers a number of benefits for your plants, including:

1.Environmentally friendly:

Coco chips are made from a renewable and sustainable resource, making them an environmentally friendly choice for your garden.

2.Good water retention:

Coco chips hold water well, which is ideal for plants that require a lot of moisture.

3.Good drainage:

Coco chips provide good drainage, which helps to prevent water from becoming trapped in the soil and causing root rot.

4.Neutral pH balance:

Coco chips have a neutral pH balance, which means they are an ideal choice for plants that require a specific pH range.


Coco chips are lightweight, making them easy to handle and ideal for container gardening.


Using coco chips in your garden is easy. Here are the steps you need to follow:

1.Prepare the coco chips:

If you are using dry coco chips, you will need to rehydrate them before use. To do this, soak the coco chips in water until they are fully saturated.

2.Mix with other growing media:

Coco chips can be used alone or mixed with other growing media such as soil, perlite, or vermiculite. The amount of coco chips you use will depend on the type of plant you are growing and its specific needs.

3.Add fertilizer:

Coco chips do not contain many nutrients, so you will need to add fertilizer to the growing medium. You can use organic fertilizer, such as compost or worm castings, or synthetic fertilizer.

4.Plant your plants:

Plant your plants in the coco chip mixture, making sure to follow the specific planting instructions for each plant.

5.Water your plants:

Coco chips hold a lot of water, so you may not need to water your plants as frequently as you would with other growing media. However, you should still monitor the moisture levels and water your plants when necessary.

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