Coir, or coconut fibre, is a natural fibre extracted from the outer husk of coconut and used in products such as floor mats, doormats, brushes and mattresses. Coir is the fibrous material found between the hard, internal shell and the outer coat of a coconut. Coco peat soil is made from the pith inside a coconut husk. It is naturally anti-fungal, making it an excellent choice to start seed but it is also used in rugs, ropes, brushes, and as stuffing. Coco peat gardening is also used as a soil amendment, potting mix, and in hydroponic production. Cocopeat is natural fiber made out of coconut husks. The extraction of coconut fiber from husks gives us this byproduct called coco-peat, which is a 100% natural growing medium. Cocopeat can be made easily at home and one can ensure it is clean and pure without any added adulterations. Cocopeat is biodegradable and eco-friendly and an amazing growth medium. Steps to prepare: Collect coconut husk and store them in a clean place. Explaining it further, Kalaivanan said in terms of duration, there will be no difference between soil and coco-peat. In fact, plants grown in coco-peat consumes less water. “It takes less water and holds moisture for long. Vegetables grown in coco-peat are good in terms of quality as well. Coco peat is extensively used to grow exotic plants such ferns, bromeliads, orchids, anthuriums and such others. Much likely, for containerized ornamental plants like Snake plant, Peace lily, Bonsai and different kinds of Cactus. Unlike peat moss, coco coir peat needs less water to achieve the same level of hydration.