Welcome to Coir Country
This is Coir ! World Class Growing Media
FibreDust Coir is Made in Our Factories in India and Sri Lanka
Raw Material Arrives at FibreDust's Anar Coir Factory In Pollachi India
Coir is Washed, Dried in the Sun, Then Compressed Into Many Different forms For Efficient Shipping Costs
These Press Machine Operators Are Making Slabs For Grow Bags
These Women Operate Our Chipping Machines
Making Husk Chips - A Popular Product for Blending With Coir Pith
FibreDust Will Process this Green Husk Delivery Into Chips
Coco Coir Disc _ We Make Any Size You Need
Upright 5 gallon Grow Bags Great for Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Peppers.. more
These 1 Meter Grow Bags Are Used Worldwide for Greenhouse Cultivation
Welcome to FibreDust LLC – Global Leaders In Coconut Coir Production
Coir is a “soiless” growing media made from coconut husks. Sometimes coir is referred to as “coco peat” because of similarities in appearance to peat. Coir is widely used for seedlings, cuttings, and clones as well as cultivation of microgreens, peppers, tomatoes, cucumber, blueberries, strawberries, roses, orchids, and more. Could coir be the perfect growing media? Maybe!
While coir is a staple in hydroponics, and controlled environment agriculture (CEA), the qualities that make it perfect for those applications translate to containers of all sizes, gardens, raised bed gardens, microgreens, floriculture and more. As the secret gets out, more gardeners, urban farmers, farm to table operations, and vertical growers are demanding sources for top quality “coco peat.” FibreDust is here to meet that need.
Coir – The Professional Growers Choice
Greenhouse growers around the world use coconut coir because of it’s unique properties that foster extreme root growth, and the ability to tailor nutrients to the crops needs.
Desirable Qualities of Coir
- Coir Absorbs and Retains Moisture
- Coir Provides Excellent Drainage
- Coir Increase Soil Aeration up to 1000%
- Coir has a slightly acidic pH of 5.5 to 6.5
Fibredust’s Exceptional Coco Coir is produced in Tamil Nadu India and Sri Lanka, the very heart of the top coconut producing areas of the world.
FibreDust’s Coco Coir At Work
Recent FibreDust Blog Articles
How Do Your Cucumbers Grow? In Coir, Of Course! It's certainly a known fact, that coco coir is a successful substrate for many crops and cucumbers are one of them. What you may not know is that cucumbers originate in India. Maybe they've been growing in coir for...read more
On the day of the first full moon in May, Buddhists worldwide celebrate Vesak, a holiday that commemorates important events in the life of Lord Buddah, His Birth, his Attainment and his death 2500 years ago. The celebration includes the giving of alms, and foods,...read more
What are Micro-Greens? Microgreens are tiny immature vegetable and herb plants grown from seed to the second stage leaves. They are not only one of the most nutritious foods you can eat, they are delicious! Microgreens mimic the flavor of the adult plant. For...read more