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What is Coconut Coir (pronounced “koi’er”)?

Posted by Roger Will on

Coconut Coir is the 1-2 inch / 3-5 cm. thick fibrous layer between the green skin and the hard brown shell of a coconut.

The husk, consisting of both coir dust and coir fiber, is a renewable resource which is processed to make environmentally friendly products like biodegradable pots, planting medium, liners for hanging baskets, mulch and much more.

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