Coirganics delivers 100% natural , bio degradable, eco friendly, organic line of products. No additives or chemicals.

COIRGANICS is the exclusive North American distributor of Bee Green Products. We offer a number of coco coir, coco husk & coco peat products. Our products are produced in Sri Lanka and are the natural by-product of coconut milk production. 

BEEGREEN Started it’s operations in 2022 with a sole intention of being the No.1 on-line seller of Organic Coconut Coir & Coco Peat based products to the global market.

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How is Coco Coir Made?

To get coconut coir ready for hydroponic and gardening uses, it needs to go through extensive processing.

First, they need to remove the coir from the coconuts. This is done by soaking the husks in water to loosen and soften them. This is either done in tidal waters or freshwater. If done in tidal waters, the coconut coir will take up a large amount of salt, which will need to be flushed out by the manufacturer at a later stage.

Then, they’re removed from the water bath and dried for over a year. After the drying process, which is quite extensive, the coir is organized into bales. These bales are then chopped and processed into various formats, from chips, to “croutons”, to classic ground coconut coir.

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The Benefits of Coco Coir

Coco coir is a natural waste product of the coconut growing industry and is perhaps the most versatile of all organic growing mediums. As an environmentally friendly alternative to peat moss, coco peat has a natural resistance to diseases and provides excellent water retention as well as aeration to plants.

· 100% Organic and a renewable resource
· Uniform in Composition, odorless
· Good drainage / Good aeration
· High water holding capacity, great absorption
· Promotes strong root growth
· Affordable and High Quality

How To Use

Seed starter: Consider growing vegetables in coco coir. To create a seed starter, add coconut coir to potting mix or pick up a coconut coir disc. With discs, soak the coconut coir in a tray and place your seeds. Once the seedlings are ready, place the discs right into your garden bed and get started on your harvest

Planter and basket liners: Place coir liners inside hanging baskets to add an aesthetically pleasing touch to your home garden. First, soak the coconut coir for 15 to 30 minutes. Then, place it in your basket and trim it accordingly. Add a plastic liner with holes for drainage and fill your coir with potting soil before adding your plants

Hydroponics: Hydroponics essentially refers to growing plants without a soil environment. Coconut coir works well for transitioning into soil-free hydroponic gardening, as it’s sterile and inert. Because the coir will not offer enough drainage, add materials such as perlite, vermiculite, and peat moss to prevent root rot