Which part of the coconut is used to produce Besgrow Coir?

Besgrow Coir grades are produced from the pith and fibres of the coconut husk.
Using an age old process the pith is extracted from the husk, creating a material with only minimal amount of fibres. This is used to create our finer grades, Precision and Classic. The long fibres are then used to create our textile products, Weed Mat and Erosion Control.
Coarser grades are produced from the whole husk that is chopped and crushed to form large chips. This material is used for our grades, Profit and Crush.

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