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.
You can use coir just like peat moss. It often comes pressed into bricks, which have to be soaked to break them apart. The product is also found ground into dust, which is called coir dust and is used to grow many exotic plants such as ferns, bromeliads, anthurium, and orchids. Coco fiber is the brick type and mixed with soil to create air pockets that bring oxygen to plant roots. Coconut chips are also available and hold water while aerating soil. Using a combination of these, you can tailor make the type of medium that each variety of plant requires.
Maleic anhydride is an organic compound with the formula C₂H₂(CO)₂O. It is the acid anhydride of maleic acid. It is a colorless or white solid with an acrid odor. It is produced industrially on a large scale for applications in coatings and polymers.
Maleic anhydride Chemical compounds are used in products from pesticide sprays to resin materials. Also it can be used in the synthesis of unsaturated polyester resins and as a reactant in the production of important products such as agricultural raw materials, lubricant additives and food industry raw materials.
Ammonium persulfate is a white, odorless crystal, formula (NH4)2S2O8, has strong oxidation and corrosion when heated, it decomposes easily and absorbs moisture is not easy, it is soluble in water, its solubility in hot water increases, It can be hydrolyzed by hydrolysis of sodium hydrogen and hydrogen peroxide in aqueous solution.
Ammonium sulfate is used as an additive in agricultural fertilizer production applications as well as in biotechnology and pharmaceutical production. It is used in water purification and vaccine preparation to help remove excess protein or contaminants.
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