Grow Bag


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Description

Eco-friendly Grow Bags made with Coir Planks. Ideal for growing vegetables and fruits.

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Sizes

(100 x 18 x 16 cm), (100 x 18 x 12 cm), (100 x 18 x 10 cm).

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Applications

Vegetables, Fruits, Gardening, Balconies/Patios.




Advantages:


Enhanced Root Growth:The fibrous structure of coir promotes healthy root development and prevents root circling, leading to stronger and more productive plants.
Moisture Retention:Coir's natural water-retention properties ensure consistent moisture levels within the grow bags, reducing the frequency of watering and minimizing water wastage.
Aeration: Place the coir block or brick in a large container or tub that can accommodate its size. Make sure the container has enough space to allow the coir to expand fully.
pH Stability: Coir has a neutral pH, providing a stable growing environment that supports nutrient uptake and overall plant growth.
Sustainable and Biodegradable: Coir grow bags are eco-friendly alternatives as they are made from renewable coconut fibers and decompose naturally over time.







How to Use Coir Grow Bags:


  • Select the Right Size: Choose coir grow bags of appropriate size based on the plant's root system and growth requirements.
  • Dripper Irrigation Setup: : Install a dripper irrigation system above the coir grow bags. Ensure the drippers are evenly spaced to provide uniform watering.
  • Hydration and Expansion: Use the dripper irrigation system to slowly water the coir grow bags. The controlled water flow allows the coir to absorb moisture gradually, expanding the bags and preparing them for planting.
  • Planting: Once the coir grow bags have expanded and are fully hydrated, plant the desired plants or seedlings directly into the moistened coir substrate.

  • Watering Management: Manage the dripper irrigation system to maintain optimal soil moisture levels within the coir grow bags. Adjust the watering schedule based on the plant's water requirements and environmental conditions.
  • Monitoring and Adjustments: Regularly monitor the plants' growth and the moisture level in the coir grow bags. Make adjustments to the dripper irrigation system as needed to ensure consistent and efficient watering.
  • Reuse or Dispose: After use, coir grow bags can be reused for subsequent plantings or disposed of in compost bins as they are biodegradable and contribute to soil enrichment.

By following these simple steps, gardeners and growers can harness the benefits of coir grow bags to cultivate thriving plants with minimal environmental impact. Coir grow bags offer a sustainable and effective solution for container gardening, hydroponics, and greenhouse cultivation, making them a preferred choice for modern plant enthusiasts.




Fertigation


Seedling Stage:
  • Use a balanced starter fertilizer solution containing nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) along with micronutrients.
  • Apply the fertilizer solution at a low concentration to avoid seedling burn, typically once or twice a week.
Vegetative Growth Stage:
  • Increase nitrogen levels in the fertigation solution to support vigorous leaf and stem growth.
  • Incorporate phosphorus and potassium for root development and overall plant health.
  • Adjust pH levels as needed to ensure optimal nutrient uptake.
Flowering and Fruit Development Stage:
  • Maintain a balanced NPK ratio with a higher emphasis on potassium to promote flowering and fruit set.
  • Include calcium and magnesium to prevent blossom end rot and enhance fruit quality.
  • Implement periodic foliar feeding with micronutrients like iron, manganese, and zinc to address nutrient deficiencies and support fruit development.

Fruit Maturation and Ripening Stage:
  • Reduce nitrogen levels in the fertigation solution to discourage excessive vegetative growth and focus on fruit ripening.
  • Increase potassium levels to enhance fruit colour, flavour, and sugar content.
  • Monitor calcium levels to prevent fruit disorders and maintain post-harvest quality.
Maintenance and Post-Harvest Stage:
  • Gradually decrease fertilizer applications as plants reach maturity and fruit production declines.
  • Implement flushing with clean water periodically to prevent salt buildup in the Coir medium.
  • Conduct regular soil and tissue testing to assess nutrient levels and adjust fertigation accordingly for subsequent crop cycles.

Fertigation Guidelines:

Use water-soluble fertilizers suitable for hydroponic and soilless growing systems. Follow manufacturer's recommendations for fertilizer rates, dilution ratios, and application frequencies. Monitor EC (electrical conductivity) and pH levels of the fertigation solution regularly to maintain optimal nutrient uptake and Coir medium conditions. Adjust fertigation schedules based on environmental factors, plant growth stage, and crop nutrient requirements. Incorporate organic fertilizers or supplements as needed to enhance soil health and microbial activity in the Coir medium.