Coconut Coir Conical Liners
Conical Liner are made from coir fiber blended with natural rubber which makes them very flexible & have high strength. Coco-fiber is a natural by-product from coconut farming. The liners are performed with natural latex, so they are ready to fit right into your planter. The coir fiber is a by-product making it quite renewable. Disposal is easy and environmentally sound. Extra thick replacement molded coir liners made from coconut fibers between the outer husk and center. It holds in moisture and releases it slowly as plant roots take it up and allows for good drainage and air circulation. When plants are grown in Coco liners the roots penetrate the pot walls. Contact with the air stops the roots from growing, root buds start to appear and secondary roots start to develop throughout the pot. This phenomenon is known as “aerial root pruning”. Plants grow faster and flourish in conical liners with optimum air circulation. Fancy cone shaped coco liners fixed in an attractive metal holder to make your home and living area pleasant and beautiful, filled with greenery and color. The liners are eco-friendly retains moisture for a longer duration. Conical liners come with unique design and can be used with both artificial & natural hanging flowering & foliage plants to give homes and offices an elegant look. Conical Liner is 100% biodegradable and transforms into organic matter on decomposing.
The pH of coco liners is ideal for planting, and the liners conform to the shape of the containers, making them easy to use. They can hold a great deal of water, releasing it slowly to allow plant roots to better take it up. Ideal for planting flower plants can be used for home furnishings, home gardening, balcony gardens, wedding decoration, greening projects. The coco fiber liners are environmentally sustainable and absorb water better. Pots add texture to the soil as they degrade and Plants grown in these baskets benefit from air pruning. It moderates moisture and increase microbial activity. It can also be added to the compost heap as a valuable source of carbon (brown material). Unlike moss liners, which can be acidic, coir is pH neutral, so it works with most common container plants. The coconut husks used in coir contain potassium, copper, zinc and manganese -- all nutrients that benefit plant growth.