Added by on 2017-03-18

A great potting mix using coco coir, perlite or vermiculite and compost. We prepare this easy potting mix or soil with rain water. Coco coir is an easy to use and neutral pH potting medium. Buy coco coir here: Video Rating: / 5

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  • Jyoti Modi 1 week ago

    i planted my seeds of flower in sand …bt nt even a single grew ..plzz tell me t corrct way to start a seedling …i hv sand ,comost,cococoir pot..plzz help me out ..😢

  • Jyoti Modi 1 week ago

    i love oll ur vdeos as dey make me a bettr gardener day by day ☺

  • Jyoti Modi 1 week ago

    how shuld i use the cococoir small pots..i bought them online frm plzz help me out from india..shuld i dip it in water before using or how ??

  • Joan Ray 1 week ago

    Thank you. This was useful information and I am going to try it for potting, especially seed

  • twinny12009 1 week ago

    Hi, could you mix in blood, fish and bones to fertilize the mix instead of rock dust?

  • LoLo Masta 1 week ago

    can you also just mix about 2/3 coco coir and 1/3 standard fertilized soil?

  • Shahnaz Sheriff 1 week ago

    coconut coir is abundant in the sea coast area of India….its used in many many ways here.

  • Green Organo 1 week ago

    Could you please tell me how much cocopeat is needed for Pomegranate Plant.

  • deepika srinivasan 1 week ago

    Are you an indian? Your accent seems to be an indian. Just curious to know… Sry if it is wrong…

  • hidasri123 1 week ago

    Great tutorials on gardening!! Do you happen to have any links to purchase perlite and compost?

  • natasha t 1 week ago

    Is fertilizer necessary? Can I use cow manure? It's at least 2 years old.

  • SUSAN ABRAN 1 week ago

    What size is the brick you started with? Wonderful lesson. Thank you!

  • Shontae Jennings 1 week ago

    how often do you water that recipe?

  • 7xelbuaD 1 week ago

    Can this recipe be used for houseplants?

  • Unedited Gamer 1 week ago

    Peat moss is renewable, we just use it at a rate which it is not self sustainable. Even skill in the past 50 years we have used only about 600k acres of the 200+ million acres available.

    We over produce it by about 40% i think it is? Could be a little higher possibly but still… Even if we increased our useage 10 fold over the next 50 years we would still have an abundant amount.

  • nts 323 1 week ago

    can you use worm casting instead of compost

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  • sima Rajbanshi 1 week ago

    will Coco peat b suitable for chrysanthemum as they like soft soil?

  • Lone Wolf 1 week ago

    For people who don't have perlite or vermiculite ,use coarse sand it can provide the needed aeration and drainage.

  • LoveMyGarden LoveUrGarden 1 week ago

    Thanks for sharing… I like it. I subscribed