Coir Compost Blocks - Peat-Free

Code: TE0170
Coir Compost Blocks - Peat-Free
Coir Compost Blocks
Coir Compost - Supplied in 5kg compressed blocks
- simply add 60 litres of water to a full coir block to rehydrate and produce 60/70 litres of compost.

- Used by professional growers for strawberries, tomatoes etc
- Easy to store: light and compact
- Easy to move around: no more back-breaking, heavy compost bags
- Sterile (no pests, no diseases, no weed seeds
- Peat-free: use of peat destroys the environment (http://www.bbc.co.uk/bloom/actions/peat.shtml)

Use with:

  • Grow Bed
  • Mini Grow Bed
  • Raised Bed Base
  • Each 5kg coir compost makes 60/70 litres of compost.
    - Can be cut into segments in dry state to meet your composting needs.
     
    Customer Reviews

    Average Rating: 4.1/5 (10 reviews)

    Rating: 4/5

    "The first potato barrel was difficult to put together, and the air was blue. However, once I got the knack, the other 4 were a lot easier. "

    Reviewed Monday, 12 March 2012

    Rating: 4/5

    "The first potato barrel was difficult to put together, and the air was blue. However, once I got the knack, the other 4 were a lot easier. "

    Reviewed Monday, 12 March 2012

    Rating: 4/5

    "The first potato barrel was difficult to put together, and the air was blue. However, once I got the knack, the other 4 were a lot easier. "

    Reviewed Monday, 12 March 2012

    Rating: 4/5

    "The first potato barrel was difficult to put together, and the air was blue. However, once I got the knack, the other 4 were a lot easier. "

    Reviewed Monday, 12 March 2012

    Rating: 3/5

    "The coir came in a sack and not a decompressed block, this was slightly annoying as one of the main reasons I chose this product was because I wasn't planning to use them for a few weeks, and then I was taking them to my mothers a hundred miles away in a car, so it was inconvenient to have such large sacks. I tried to call you (in case your depo was close enough for me to swap them) but it was the weekend so I didn't get through and then forgot to phone back. But its no biggie, I wouldn't have even bothered mentioning it but you have asked! I'd never used coir before and I like it so far, and like I said in the last review I'm happy with the service (which is the most important thing for me) and particularly that you seemed to have managed what so many mail order companies don't with is a reliable time specific delivery service -which is awesome!"

    Reviewed Thursday, 23 February 2012

    Rating: 3/5

    "POTATO BARREL: Love it. COIR BLOCKS: I thought I was going to recieve blocks, but instead I receieved loose coir, and as it was the first time ordering that particular product wasn't quite sure if it was the product ordered."

    Reviewed Sunday, 26 June 2011

    Rating: 4/5

    "Excellent item, expands as it should. Does exactly what is says on the bag."

    Reviewed Monday, 25 April 2011

    Rating: 5/5

    "These coir blocks are an excellent idea,easy to handle and no mess on your hands"

    Reviewed Saturday, 9 April 2011

    Rating: 5/5

    "I have very little space for storing my garden products so having looked through your roduct list I thought this would be the ideal solution to my storage problems. Being the first time I have used this type of product, using it with a wide range of garden seeds I am very impressed by the strong growth they have and the excellent root growth it has give me would recomend it to any gardener. Reginald Hill"

    Reviewed Thursday, 31 March 2011

    Rating: 5/5

    "Interesting. This item was difficult to break into smaller pieces when dry but as soon as it went into water it expanded to several times its size. Useful and easy to transport Useful and easy to convert Just add water and mix But is the price worth it? Difficult to say. Will probably still purchase them but not as often as i would like."

    Reviewed Tuesday, 27 July 2010

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