THE COCONUT FARM IS AN INTERGRAL PART OF LIFE IN ASIA

THE LEAVES ARE USED TO THATCH ROOFS OF HOUSES, THE TRUNK IS A PRIME SOURCE OF CHEAP WOOD AS RAFTERS ARE ROOFS.




EARTHSCAPE IS A SRI LANKAN COMPANY

THAT HAS BEEN SET UP TO MANUFACTURE COIR BASED PRODUCTS FOR HORTICULTURAL APPLICATIONS



100% Natural and Best Coir Products

Welcome to EarthScape

Earthscape is one of Sri Lanka’s largest exporters of Earthware or coir based Agricultural / Horticultural products. We supply a range of customised, made to order products to support the diverse crops grown by our customers. Our ability to manufacture a high quality product, and deliver the product on time to our customers, has resulted in steady growth of business over the last 20 years.

100% Natural

Coir Products


Coir is 100% natural and therefore completely bio degradable. Coir has been used successfully as a medium for more than 5 years for some crops. And even when it is eventually and even when it is eventually disposed, it can be used as a compost or
alternatively used as a soil improver after use, thus reducing disposal costs
without causing any pollution or harm to the environment,



“Finest Quality Always“

Top of the world

Global Customer Base

Today Earthscape exports coir based products such as Grow bags, 5 kg blocks, husk chips, 25 kg blocks, briquettes, disks, and geo textile / Erosion Control Matts, to a host of European, American and Asian countries, including; Canada, China, Mexico, France, the United Kingdom, Japan, South Africa, USA, Korea and Chile.



We know our Coconuts!

Sri Lanka is a tropical country and the coconut palm is inseparably interwoven into the daily lives of people living on the coastal belt. Earthscape is located on the Western coastal belt within the area known as the coconut triangle and our employees simply know their coconuts !

Coir as a Substrate

The first documented use of Coir, sometimes known as Coirpeat or Cocopeat, in Sri Lanka, is during the British period in the early 19th century, where it was used as a medium for various Agricultural / Horticultural applications. The British sent some Coir back to England where it was used at the historic “Kew Gardens” in London.

Why use Coir?

Coir maintains excellent air porosity even when saturated, and gives better crops with faster developing roots and more flowers and fruit per plant when used correctly. Roots seem to like the natural coir peat which encourages the growth of small roots leading to high levels of fruiting.
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