If there is no soil in the garden, then plants can also be grown using coco peat. It is a kind of artificial soil, which is prepared from coconut shells. If you like gardening at home then you can use cocopeat. Not only this, it can also be mixed with soil and applied. You can make cocopeat from coconut shells in three ways.
Coconut has fibers like cobwebs, which have the ability to purify the environment by pulling heavy gases. This ability of coconut is beneficial for plants and the environment. You can make cocopeat from coconut husk in 3 ways, which can be used little by little in plants.
When you remove the coir, the sawdust starts coming out. You can also use this sawdust directly. Apart from this, you can leave it to decompose for 1 month. This is a very good method, but it takes a lot of time to extract the shavings from the coconut
Fill coconut husk in a big bucket or keep it in an earthen pot. Then fill the coconut peels with water. Store it for up to 3 months. Keep in mind that the water in it will decrease day by day, so keep filling it with water in between. It will start decomposing after 3 months. Then you can take it out.
1. Mixing cocopeat in the soil of the pot does not make the soil tight, which makes it easier for the roots to grow and nutrients are also available to the plant.