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stiff coarse fiber from the outer husk of a coconut

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Coco coir, derived from the coconut hull, is made from the fibrous material between the outer husk and the actual coconut.
The Chicago-based co-founders of the Everygirl Media Group, Alaina Kaczmarski and Danielle Moss, both use coir doormats to dust off the snow.
*Do know that the Word "coir" comes from the Malayalam word "kayar."
Coir fibers with a fiber diameter in the range of 100-450 [micro]m were purchased from Tianjin Jia Add Green Products Technology Co., Ltd., China.
According to the company, as a result of this new purchase order, it will ship an additional 1,600 bags of Monarch Coco Coir to The Big Tomato.
The coco coir, with a length of 12 meters, is sold at P4.50 apiece to the Kaagap Development Multipurpose Cooperative (Kaagapmuco) in Hubang village, 11 km near the town center.
The brown, threadlike strands in coir have been used for centuries, notably in ropes and ship rigging.
Applique and patta painting are traditional crafts developed under royal patronage and were used as temple crafts while coir is a recent craft developed as a utilitarian craft and developed under state patronage and local entrepreneurship.
So, if you're tempted to 'go natural', here are the most popular floorings: Coir COIR is a good value and hardwearing alternative to carpet.
At the Coir Kerala 2014 meet here in Kerala's coir capital, delegates are exchanging notes on enhancing the utility of coir fibre, and taking it far beyond the traditional mats and matting product ranges.
Among the different fibers available in Brazil, coir has emerged as a feasible alternative for being a byproduct in the food industry.
The different treatments included the combinations of FYM, poultry manure, sand, leaf compost and coconut coir in equivalent ratio.
Coir fiber, treated sewage sludge, compost (prepared by mixing poultry manure with sewage) and press mud (obtained from Crescent Sugar Mills, Faisalabad, Pakistan) were tested for their physical and chemical characteristics and suitability to be used as growing media for Ruscus production.
Traditional string beds: hanging by a thread 'Charpais' the traditional beds made from wood and coir rope are disappearing fast in the southern province of Khost and with it, the traditional economy revolving around the making and sale of these beds.
SCRIMP Welcome Coir Mat pounds 4.99 from Dunelm Mill, This coir mat comes in neutral with 'welcome' written in a contrasting tone.