From strawberries to blackberries and raspberries to cranberries, soft fruits show excellent growth on coco peat. It’s no wonder, then, that growers are increasingly choosing coco peat over peat. The advantages are clear. Coco peat holds water longer and also has a well aerated structure. This stimulates vegetable growth considerably, both in glass and outdoors. Coco peat also lasts a long time. Unlike peat, coco peat does not rot down but retains its structure.
Coco peat is a particularly stable product which is free draining but at the same time has a high water-holding capacity. In addition to this, the top layer of the substrate dries out fairly quickly, creating a protective layer that prevents pathogens from reaching the roots. Dutch Plantin is a world-leading producer and supplier of coco products. Thanks to our combination of much experience, especially close supervision during the production process and a team of expert laboratory staff and agricultural scientists, we are able to supply a wide range of high-quality products. At any time.