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Urban Worm Coco Coir

Urban Worm Coco Coir

Urban Worm Company

Regular price $19.00 CAD
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Urban Worm Coco Coir is a proven, eco-friendly worm bedding and soil amendment made from coconut husks.


Two of our 1.4-lb (.64 kg) coco coir bricks is the perfect amount of bedding to start your Urban Worm Bag.


Urban Worm Coco Coir is rinsed to remove salt content and features a near-neutral pH.


Each 1.4-lb (.64 kg) brick absorbs nearly a gallon of water and expands to over 2.5 gallons (9.46 liters) of a loose, fluffy, substrate you can use in your worm bin, garden, or custom soils.

Specification

2  1.4-lb (.64 kg) coco coir bricks

How to use?

Use Urban Worm Coco Coir in the garden to make potting mixes, or as a bedding for worms, reptiles, turtles, even tarantulas.

Coconut coir is frequently used in composting toilets as well.

FAQ

  1. What Is Coco Coir?
    Coconut coir, often called coco peat, is an all-natural soil amendment made from the waste created from the harvest of coconut meat and milk.

    Coco coir comes in 3 forms: coco pith, coco fiber, and coco chips.

  2. What is Coco Coir Used For?
    Coconut coir is an extremely versatile product. While most people consider it for use in the garden or to make potting mixes, it is a very popular worm bedding for worms, reptiles, turtles, even tarantulas.

    Coconut coir is frequently used in composting toilets as well.

  3. Do You Need Coco Coir for an Established Worm Bin?

    Nope!


    It’s not necessary to buy worm bedding. There are lots of free carbon-rich bedding choices like shredded paper and cardboard that can be found in most any household.


    But in lots of cases, it’s best to start with a material like coco coir with an excellent texture that will break down uniformly and can really get you off on the right foot with your vermicomposting bin. 


    Check out our article, What To Feed Worms
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