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Coco Peat Block - 75 Quarts - 2.5 Cu Ft

Coco Peat is also known as Coir pith. The 5kg compressed blocks are made from Coconut husk.

Coco peat blocks can be used as a soil additive or by itself. By adding water, the compressed blocks expands 8 times its compressed size equivalent to a 75 liter volume!

Coco peat will keep roots aerated and hydrated at the same time. One 5 kg coco peat block can hold up to 80 liters of water. Coco peat will retain water extremely well.


  • 5Kg Block = (6) 18" Stacky Pots or (16) 13" Stacky Pots
  • Size: 11.8 x 11.8 x 3.94 inches
  • Weight: 11 lbs. (5 Kg)
  • pH: 5.5 – 6.8
  • Electrical Conductivity (EC): < 0.5 ms/cm
  • Water holding capacity: 8 to 9 times
  • Compression Ratio: 8:1
  • Expansion: 75 liters = 79 Quarts = 2.65 Cu Ft
11.00 lbs
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$17.95 (Save 49%) (13.46)
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50+ Items $12.50
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Frequently Asked Questions

Our coir growing medium is made of coir husks from trees grown in fresh water. The raw materials are also washed several times in fresh water. The salinity issue happens if the coir is not washed or is grown and washed in sea/lagoon water.

Customer Reviews

This worked really well. I put it in a bucket with some water and it expanded just like the directions said.I wanted something to help the water retention in my stackable planters. I did mix it with some potting soil. I will watch now to see if I really get the water retention I'm hoping for.

Worked As Advertised

Great price for a renewable resource! No big chunks of material in it. Even after being kept moist for days in a trash can, there were still compressed clumps that needed a be broken up by hand. Great product, thank you!!

Great price for a renewable resource - D Jenks

Improve your plants health by improving your soil.

Worth Your Effort - Carole Barrett

Works great in the Mr Stacky. I am glad I got this instead of using dirt.

Works great in the Mr Stacky - theholzer

Five stars!!!

Great for starting seeds - tom byrnes

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