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The growing media coir is derived from dried coconut husk and is often referred to as “Coco”. Like soil, Coco provides structural support to the plant roots, however, Coco has many additional desirable properties. Unlike soil, Coco is pathogen free, has better water holding and drainage properties, and it’s eco-friendly! Using coco within hydroponic systems allows growers complete control of the nutrient supply, facilitating optimal growth and strong plant development.Start Journey
Hydroponics is a term used to describe soilless plant growth systems, wherein nutrients are provided as liquid hydroponic nutrient solutions. This includes hydro clay, rock wool, deep water culture (DWC), and nutrient film technique (NFT) systems. Growers are able to provide nutrients in optimised bioavailable forms directly to the plant roots. The control of nutrient supply and ability to maintain consistent growing conditions promotes faster growing healthier plants.Start Journey
Farming has traditionally involved the growth of plants in soil. The soil provides plants with available nutrients and has a complex ecosystem of microbes present. Supply of soil systems with organic nutrients provides plants and soil-microbes with nutrients to encourage the establishment of plant-beneficial-microbes. The resulting healthy plant-soil ecosystem facilitates the growth of healthy plants with high yield.Start Journey