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Coco Fiber is a new solution that is eco-friendly compared to peat moss. Peat moss comes from peat bogs that take a tremendous number of years to formulate and then more years to recover - it is not a resource that is renewable. Peat bogs are needed to support wildlife. Coco Fiber is a renewable resource that will help retain nutrients and provide moisture in composters and will still continue to benefit your garden after it exits the composter. This is a great solution for your garden and for the environment. Comes in a pack of 4.
|For use in:||Composters - to help retain nutrients and provide moisture|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK, HI|
|Special Features:||100% Natural Coco Fiber
Acts as a natural sponge
Eco Friendly alternative to peat moss
Absorbs water-Reduces odors
|Shipping Weight:||1.43 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Good Ideas, Inc. (Mfg. Number: CCF)|
Preparing your coco fiber
Place one Coco Fiber brick into a 3 gallon (11.35L) or larger container. Add 1 gallon (3.78L) of warm water.
Wait 20-30 minutes for maximum expansion. Mix thoroughly. Makes 1/4-1/3 cubic feet (2-2.5 Gallons or 8-9 liters). For best composting results, allow coco fiber to sit out in sun to evaporate excess moisture.
Coco Fiber is now ready for use.
Mix green and brown materials 1:2. Coco fiber is a brown, carbon rich, material. In situations where coco fiber will act solely as your brown portion, use a 1:1 ratio. If you mix coco fiber with other brown materials, you will need to adjust your proportions accordingly, being careful not to add too much. If you have excess brown material, try adding water and/or more green ingredients to balance the batch.
In cases where you wish to harvest compost tea, simply compress the compost and the coco fiber will release the compost tea.