Anti-Puncture Gardening Gloves
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Stab-Resistant Gardening Gloves
Maximum Protection for Your Hands
- These gardening gloves are designed with puncture-resistant materials that protect your hands from sharp objects, such as thorns, thistles, and branches.
- The stab-resistant protection adds an extra layer of safety for handling tools and materials.
- With these gloves, you can work on various gardening tasks, such as pruning, planting, and harvesting, without worrying about getting injured.
Comfortable and Durable Design
- These gloves are made with breathable materials that keep your hands cool and comfortable while you work in your garden.
- The wear-resistant material is designed to withstand the rigors of gardening work and last for a long time.
- With the ergonomic design, these gloves fit comfortably on your hands and allow for a wide range of motion, making gardening tasks easier and more enjoyable.
Versatile and Convenient Gardening Tool
- These anti-puncture gardening gloves are versatile and convenient for various gardening tasks, including pruning, planting, and harvesting.
- The gloves are also perfect for handling rough materials and tools, such as shovels and hoes, with added protection from stab-resistant materials.
- The gloves are available in different sizes to fit any hand size and can be easily cleaned for reuse.
WHAT IS COCO COIR AND HOW TO USE COCO COIR BRICKS
Coco coir is the fibrous material is what you see after processing coconut shells for their oil. Coir-user growers dry the remaining husk particles into an absorbent material so that they can use it as a growing medium in hydroponic or soil-based setups
To make a brick of coco coir, place a brick in a bucket, add water and let it sit overnight. If you add too much water when making coco coir bricks, allow the mixture to sit and dry out before using because too much water can drown your plants' roots.
FIVE REMINDERS WHEN USING COCO COIR
While other gardeners enjoy the benefits of coco soil, some are stuck growing inferior plants. Read the following top secrets of these gardeners when using coconut coir so you too can enjoy your plant's best results.
Coco Coir vs. peat moss
Peat moss and coco coir are the most used products in potting soil and seed starting mixes. People mistake them as the same material and they use the terms interchangeably. But there are huge differences between the two.
Read to see how they differ
Coconut COir Snapshot
All our coconut coir products come from mother earth.
No additivies or chemicals.
Easy To Use
Soak the coconut coir for 15 to 30 minutes. Then, place it in your basket or potter and trim it accordingly.
Coconut coir can be used for seed starter, planter and basket liners, hydroponics, and worm bins.
Pet & Eco-Friendly
Dogs do well with coco coir in bedding or toys, while cat owners find it useful in litter boxes.
Coco coir is the preferred growing medium for cannabis. As an affordable and readily available by-product from the coconut industry, it's eco friendly and renewable.