Soilutions, Inc. is proud to be New Mexico’s sole provider of bulk coco coir and locally made coco coir potting soils. Wait…what is coco coir? We’re glad you asked. Coco Coir is the inner pith of the coconut husk. Coco coir has long been a preferred medium for succulent nurseries and hydroponic growers but is fast becoming a staple of potting soils for all types of growing. Coco coir is perfect for New Mexico’s arid environment as it retains up to 8 times its weight in water while maintaining extreme porosity so roots can thrive. Aside from these qualities, we also decided to add coco coir to our existing line of products because it is a 100% renewable resource. For more information check out our blog on coco coir.
Our compressed coco coir blocks are unwrapped and non-uniform, but they weigh approximately 11 lbs. and expand to about 2.5 cubic feet.
Fully expanded coir takes the mess and time out of doing it yourself. Perfect for large grow operations with little equipment or space.
$150 cubic yard
Vulcan Succulent and Cactus Mix is the perfect blend for bringing the desert indoors. Red Cinder, Pumice, and just a touch of Coco Coir and compost provide the perfect environment for water storing plants to thrive.
$110 cubic yard / $5 1 gallon bag
El Dorado is designed for the grower who desires full control in their growing quest. The perfect blend of coco coir and pumice provides a neutral space for full control of a plants entire life cycle. Also great as soil amendment in raised beds that have an established soil ecosystem.
$132 cubic yard
Enchantment soil conditioner provides the foundation for a living soil in a container. A 50/50 blend of our nutrient dense compost and coco coir, Enchantment is structurally sound while maintaining porosity to encourage root development and nutrient uptake.
$100 cubic yard
Enchantment Plus Potting soil is our highest grade offering. Designed for those looking to have a living soil in a container, Enchantment+ is the answer to your indoor gardening questions. Compost, coco coir, vermicompost, pumice and kelp meal synchronize to create a microbial ecosystem your plants are sure to thrive in.