What is low EC in coco peat?
Low EC coco peat is a type of growing medium made from coconut fibers. It is known for its low electrical conductivity, which means it has a low ability to conduct electricity. This is beneficial for plant growth as it helps to prevent the build-up of excess salts in the soil, which can be harmful to plants. Low EC cocopeat is commonly used in hydroponic and greenhouse growing systems, as well as for soil-less cultivation of plants. It is also suitable for use as a soil amendment, as it improves soil structure and water-holding capacity. The cocopeat is also an environmentally friendly product as it is derived from coconut husks which is a waste product of the coconut industry.
Made from coconut fibers (cocopeat)
Prevents the build-up of excess salts in the soil
Commonly used in hydroponic and greenhouse growing systems
Suitable for soil-less cultivation of plants
Can also be used as a soil amendment, as it improves soil structure and water-holding capacity
Derived from coconut husks, which is a waste product of the coconut industry
Environmentally friendly product
Bluegreens uses premium quality of Cocopeat in their Hydroponic kitchen garden system.