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  1. Cement concrete flooring to avoid sand in coco peat
  2. Bull collects the coco husks
  3. Bull feeds the husks into Auto Feeder
  4. Husks are conveyed to a Crusher
  5. Crude coco peat 
  6. A 10 mm Siever to separate coco peat from Baby Fibers
  7. unwashed coco peat coming from the siever
Coconut Husks

Coco peat quality starts right from sourcing of coconut husks. For potting substrates only brown husk should be used. This is because brown husks have already decomposed and hence they don't absorb Nitrogen. Young green husks tend to absorb nitrogen and hence they compete with plants for Nitrogen.

Cement concreted floors:

In the coir factory ,the place where husks are collected ,should have cement flooring. Otherwise ,when the bull collects the husks and puts them into the auto conveyor, sand gets added and it can lead to as high as 8% sand content in the coco peat.

Coco peat ,A by-product of Coir Industry

The Bull( A tractor  equipped with arms) collects the coco husks and feeds them into a auto conveyor. 
The coconut husks are then fed into a crusher.
The crusher separates the coconut husks into coir fiber and crude coco peat. 
The crude coco peat is then fed into a 10 mm siever. 
Some factories employ a  8 mm or 6 mm siever. This will reduce the expansion volume of the coco peat.
The siever separates the crude coco peat into fine coco peat and baby fibers.

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