Formed in Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu (India) in 2011, Hygrow Enterprises is a proprietorship business providing one stop solution for coir products like Cocopeat Bricks, Cocopeat Block, etc.Mr. Y. Prem Kumar is the person behind the foundation and continued growth of the company. With the capital investment of Rs 95 Lakhs, he started the business in coir products and blocks.
The Manufacturer & Exporter supplies worldwide Cocopeat Bricks, Cocopeat Block, Cocopeat Grow Bags, Open Top Grow Bags, Cocopeat On Pallets, Coir Husk Chips, Cocopeat Blocks, Cocopeat Bales, and many more such products; mainly used for agricultural and horticultural applications as well as industrial absorbent.
Our flexibility and dedication to efficiently serve the clients has enabled us to grow a loyal client base and we are proud that it has become a Rs 900 lakhs success. Out of the total turnover, Rs 700 Lakhs revenue is generated from exports. The company exports 70% of the production to global markets. With adequate resources and technology, the company is able to produce 600 MT of products per month.
Rigorous quality control testing is carried out on each batch of coir products to verify and record properties before delivering to clients worldwide. The properties of cocopeat tested in-house include electric conductivity, pH, moisture content, fibre content, sand content, expansion (or) breakout volume, and water retension. And the tests performed are EC test using dutch method, pH test, sand test, moisture test and weed test.
The company manufactures products developed from by-products, obtained from coir industry. The complete line is mentioned below:
Cocopeat Grow Bags
Open Top Grow Bags
Cocopeat On Pallets
Coir Husk Chips
Growbag On Pallets
Coco Husk Chips
Coir Cut Fibre
Coir Pith Grow Bags
Coir Grow Bags
Coir Pith 5Kg Bales
Coir Pith Bales
5 Kg Block
The cocopeat is produced in-house. We have well equipped plant for the processing of coir waste, like coir dust or coir pith obtained from coir industry into compressed cocopeat bricks, blocks and bales. The process followed in the transformation of coir waste into cocpeat includes washing, heat-treating, screening, grading to achieve specific particle sizes and fibre content, etc. The grading varies to suit specific crop production as well as seasonal climate conditions. The material is then chemical treated and dried naturally. The dried material is sieved and pressed. The compressed bales offered in different coocpeat grades are packaged in polythene bags. The main difference between all grades are the compression ratio, air filled porosity, water holding capacity, etc. The cocopeat blocks are wrapped and palletised.
No. 97G/3F -1, Teachers Colony, 3rd Street West, Tuticorin Tamil Nadu, India