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Coco coir is a great base to any soil mix, and has earned itself a spot in all of our SYBASoil mixes. It holds moisture well without becoming too wet and will increase aeration because of its structure. 

Our coco coir is ready to use and comes in convenient bags, unlike most coco blocks which have to be hydrated and kneaded by hand before being usable. 

   Ecological choice compared to peat moss
   Salt-free
   Combination of drainage AND water retention
   Perfect for propagation

Coco coir v.s. peat moss
While coco coir and peat moss share many of the same characteristics. Peat is not a sustainable resource and lots of CO2 is released by extracting it from the land. The coir is harvested from the shell of coconuts and is a waste product from other industries like the food branch. By utilizing this waste stream we are not only preventing unnecessary carbon emission from harvesting peat, we are also using waste products.

Salt-free
Coco coir, also known as coco fibre, usually has to be buffered before use. This means it has to be placed in a buffer solution to remove salt-buildup naturally present in coconut husk. This process has already been done for you so you use the coir immediately on arrival. 

Looking for a chunkier alternative? Have a look at our coco husk.

Coco coir is a great base to any soil mix, and has earned itself a spot in all of our SYBASoil mixes. It holds moisture well without becoming too wet and will increase aeration because of its structure. 

Our coco coir is ready to use and comes in convenient bags, unlike most coco blocks which have to be hydrated and kneaded by hand before being usable. 

   Ecological choice compared to peat moss
   Salt-free
   Combination of drainage AND water retention
   Perfect for propagation

Coco coir v.s. peat moss
While coco coir and peat moss share many of the same characteristics. Peat is not a sustainable resource and lots of CO2 is released by extracting it from the land. The coir is harvested from the shell of coconuts and is a waste product from other industries like the food branch. By utilizing this waste stream we are not only preventing unnecessary carbon emission from harvesting peat, we are also using waste products.

Salt-free
Coco coir, also known as coco fibre, usually has to be buffered before use. This means it has to be placed in a buffer solution to remove salt-buildup naturally present in coconut husk. This process has already been done for you so you use the coir immediately on arrival. 

Looking for a chunkier alternative? Have a look at our coco husk.

Coco Coir

Coco Coir

Premium SYBASoil

Regular price £7.00
Regular price Sale price £7.00
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Buffered & ready to use peat alternative!

Retains moisture and nutrients, ideal as a base for potting soil or in combination with other components. Ready to use.

£7.00 You save -7% £14.00 £13.00 Most frequently chosen You save -23% £21.00 £16.00

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Socially responsible production

At Sybotanica HQ, our mission extends beyond just making plants happy – we strive to bring joy to people's lives as well. Within our production team, we exclusively hire individuals who have faced challenges in the workforce, offering them support in their journey towards reintegration into working life.

One shining example is Peter. He has been a part of Sybotanica since the start and has recently been promoted to the position of Head of Production. From being the company's first employee, he now leads a team of five production workers.

Peter's accomplishments are even more remarkable considering that he faces a significant visual impairment, with only 10% visibility. 🕶️ Through minor adjustments to his work environment, Peter is able to perform at 100% capacity.

Having experienced two company relocations, Peter possesses an unparalleled understanding of Sybotanica's operations. He can even discern between the 16 different soil mixes by touch alone – a testament to his dedication and skill.

We have full confidence that Peter will continue to excel in keeping our production processes running smoothly in the years to come! 💪

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Description

Coco coir is a great base to any soil mix, and has earned itself a spot in all of our SYBASoil mixes. It holds moisture well without becoming too wet and will increase aeration because of its structure. 

Our coco coir is ready to use and comes in convenient bags, unlike most coco blocks which have to be hydrated and kneaded by hand before being usable. 

   Ecological choice compared to peat moss
   Salt-free
   Combination of drainage AND water retention
   Perfect for propagation

Coco coir v.s. peat moss
While coco coir and peat moss share many of the same characteristics. Peat is not a sustainable resource and lots of CO2 is released by extracting it from the land. The coir is harvested from the shell of coconuts and is a waste product from other industries like the food branch. By utilizing this waste stream we are not only preventing unnecessary carbon emission from harvesting peat, we are also using waste products.

Salt-free
Coco coir, also known as coco fibre, usually has to be buffered before use. This means it has to be placed in a buffer solution to remove salt-buildup naturally present in coconut husk. This process has already been done for you so you use the coir immediately on arrival. 

Looking for a chunkier alternative? Have a look at our coco husk.

Coco coir is a great base to any soil mix, and has earned itself a spot in all of our SYBASoil mixes. It holds moisture well without becoming too wet and will increase aeration because of its structure. 

Our coco coir is ready to use and comes in convenient bags, unlike most coco blocks which have to be hydrated and kneaded by hand before being usable. 

   Ecological choice compared to peat moss
   Salt-free
   Combination of drainage AND water retention
   Perfect for propagation

Coco coir v.s. peat moss
While coco coir and peat moss share many of the same characteristics. Peat is not a sustainable resource and lots of CO2 is released by extracting it from the land. The coir is harvested from the shell of coconuts and is a waste product from other industries like the food branch. By utilizing this waste stream we are not only preventing unnecessary carbon emission from harvesting peat, we are also using waste products.

Salt-free
Coco coir, also known as coco fibre, usually has to be buffered before use. This means it has to be placed in a buffer solution to remove salt-buildup naturally present in coconut husk. This process has already been done for you so you use the coir immediately on arrival. 

Looking for a chunkier alternative? Have a look at our coco husk.

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Coco Coir

Coco Coir

Coco Coir

Premium SYBASoil
Regular price £7.00
Regular price Sale price £7.00
Tax included.
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Coco coir is a great base to any soil mix, and has earned itself a spot in all of our SYBASoil mixes. It holds moisture well without becoming too wet and will increase aeration because of its structure. 

Our coco coir is ready to use and comes in convenient bags, unlike most coco blocks which have to be hydrated and kneaded by hand before being usable. 

   Ecological choice compared to peat moss
   Salt-free
   Combination of drainage AND water retention
   Perfect for propagation

Coco coir v.s. peat moss
While coco coir and peat moss share many of the same characteristics. Peat is not a sustainable resource and lots of CO2 is released by extracting it from the land. The coir is harvested from the shell of coconuts and is a waste product from other industries like the food branch. By utilizing this waste stream we are not only preventing unnecessary carbon emission from harvesting peat, we are also using waste products.

Salt-free
Coco coir, also known as coco fibre, usually has to be buffered before use. This means it has to be placed in a buffer solution to remove salt-buildup naturally present in coconut husk. This process has already been done for you so you use the coir immediately on arrival. 

Looking for a chunkier alternative? Have a look at our coco husk.

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F.B.
Super Erde

Ich habe mir die Kokoserde als Anzuchtalternative bestellt um meine Chilis darin zu ziehen.
Das Substrat ist von einer super Qualität.
Die ersten Pflanzen sind bereits vom Keimhaus unter die Anzuchtbeleuchtung gewandert.

Ich würde es wieder bestellen!

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Jean Fitzgerald Adams

Order arrived fast and the seller is very gentle.
Let's see now if my succulents appreciate that new soil mix with this coco coir 😁

I am sure they will appreciate it Jean! Make sure to add enough drainage with for example Perlite or Pumice. You don't want the succulents to be in a too moist soil.

Sybren from Sybotanica.

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Johan Digneffe
Just what i needed!!

Long time looking for coco coir, and found it here,even so the natural wormcasting! So glad i have it to grown the christia obcordata experiment! Cheap and good quality and nice communication with seller!

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Judy Lenzin

Very nice personalized connection with Sybren. There was a great explanation when I was wondering about what the volume of the coir would be. The mailing was very rapid! And the quality of the coir was just what I was hoping for. All in all a perfect Etsy experience!