What is coconut husk chip, cut coconut shell?


Coconut husk chips are produced from the husks at the outer layer of the coconut nut which consists of long fibers and sponge-like pith particles. After being separated from the nut, the coconut husks are cut into small pieces of approximately 0.7 to 1.25 centimeters. Coconut husk chips are natural moist keeper which distributes water evenly and resists excess saturation. It can also prevent insects and harmful fungi, which creates a favorable environment for plants to grow. Due to its unique properties, coconut husk chips are becoming more popular among orchid growers as an ultimate alternative for bark-based growing medium.

What are the uses of coconut husk chips and cut coconut shells?

  • Retaining moisture to protect soil
  • Preventing the growth of insects and fungi
  • Acting as a perfect alternative for bark-based growing medium
  • Mainly uses in growing orchid
  • Excellent drainage, high cation exchange capacity (CEC).
  • Cuts down fertilizer application up to 30%.
  • Wet coconut husk chips hold water and air like a sponge
  • Very clean, uniform and no wastage.
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Using coconut chips, how to cut coconut shells 

Coir peat, also known as coir, coir, coir dust or simply coir, is made from coconut shells, which is a by-product of other industries using coconut. Waste coir from coir industries is washed, heat treated, screened and sorted before processing into coco peat products of different granularity and density, and then used for agricultural and horticultural applications as well as as industrial absorbents. Usually shipped as compacted bales, cakes, sheets or discs, the end user typically expands and aerates the compacted coco peat by adding water. One kilogram of coco peat expands to 15 liters of moist coco peat.



Size: 30x30x15cm ,
Weight: 5kg/cubic
EC<1.5 ms/cm
Impurities: <5%
Compression ratio 5:1
Humidity : 18 to 22% max
Scalability: 60-65 dm3/cubic
PACKING: print bag weight according to customer's request.



Size: 30x30x15cm ,
Weight: 5kg/cubic
EC (Conduction): < 0.5 ms/cm
pH: 5.6 to 6.8
Compression ratio 5:1
Humidity: up to 18 to 20%
Scalability: 60-65 dm3/cubic
PACKING: print bag weight according to customer's request.