we process the raw coconut husks collected from graded coconut plantations around the area, to extract coir fibre and the spongy material that binds the coconut fibre in the husk, the coir / coco pith cocopeat, the main constituent for Coco / Coir Growing Medium. We manufacture coco peat and coco chips based substrates for the professional growers across the globe. Not just manufacturing, we actually grow on them. We test our substrates in our own green house to make sure that they are perfect for the crops to root in and flourish.
We have strong QC department and a highly experienced workforce. The manufacturing strength is matched by its stringent quality control process. From the procurement of raw coco peat to finished product, a strict quality inspection with ensures that the customers received nothing but only best quality coco peat. Our Coco peat is washed, dried, sieved, screened and graded before processed into various coco peat products for horticulture and agricultural applications as it stands out to be a multi-purpose soil conditioner.
KS and Company comprises of experts that listen carefully to the clients needs and then provide made renewable products to suit their needs. Most of them are product engineers, manufacturing and processing experts, quality control mangers, and skillful marketing experts professionals.
KS and Company 100% Natural and Organic Coir Products to the horticulture, floriculture & substrates Industry. KS and Company Coir is used as a growing medium for various hydroponic crops, nurseries, plant propagation and bedding plants. KS and Company makes use of the most modern technologies and machineries along with high quality materials to produce different blends of Coir-Cocopeat Substrates. Our production facility plays a vital role in our quality and sustainability. We strictly follow the international standards to achieve high quality product.
The initiative includes activities like spreading awareness about organic agriculture, organic input distribution, strengthening the farming community, sustaining ground water, women empowerment programs, watershed projects, community development act self-help groups, training on various aspects of farming and related activities awareness spreading.