Coco Bliss

Coco coir, derived from coconut husks, is a versatile and sustainable plant-growing medium. It comes in various forms such as bricks, fibers, and peat.

Known for its superb water retention and aeration properties, coco coir benefits plants by providing moisture even during dry spells and preventing waterlogging. Its pH neutrality suits a wide range of plants, and its sustainable sourcing supports eco-friendly gardening.

Additionally, its resistance to diseases and pests promotes healthier growth. Whether in hydroponics, container gardening, or potting mixes, coco coir enhances plant vitality and root health.

It also has low a EC (Electrical Conductivity) level and a high CEC (Cation Exchange Capacity).

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A common ratio for rehydrating coco coir is around 5:1, which means for every 5 parts of water, you would use 1 part of dry coco coir.

However, it's important to add water gradually and observe the expansion of the coir. You want to achieve a fluffy and well-aerated texture, so you may need to adjust the amount of water based on the specific coir you're using and the desired consistency.

Keep in mind that the quality of coco coir and its water retention capacity can vary, so it's a good practice to monitor the expansion and moisture content as you add water to ensure you achieve the right balance for your plants' needs.

How much water do you need to add to a 10 Lb/ 5 kg Block of coco coir?

A typical 10 lb coco coir brick can expand significantly, usually into several cubic feet of hydrated coir. To give you a rough idea, you might start by adding around 2.5 to 3 gallons (9.5 to 11.4 liters) of water to the 10 lb brick.

How much water do you need to add to a 650 gram brick of coco coir?

For a 650g brick of coco coir, you might start by adding approximately 3250g (3.25 liters) of water, it could potentially expand to a volume of around 3.25 to 4.55 liters (0.85 to 1.2 gallons) when fully rehydrated, assuming an expansion ratio of 5 to 7.

How much water do you need to add to a 250 gram brick or coco coir?

For a 250 gram brick of coco coir, you might consider adding approximately 1.25 liters (about 0.33 gallons) of water to rehydrate it. Tt could potentially expand to a volume of approximately 1.25 to 1.75 liters (about 0.33 to 0.46 gallons) when fully rehydrated.

We source our coconuts from various places that are far from the ocean. Typically they would end up in landfills.

After the husk is immersed in water for 6 weeks, the fiber is extracted mechanically, and the pith is left behind stored in heaps to age. After that we sift out rocks and other debris multiple times to insure we have the best consistency.

We then rinse it at least three times in fresh water to remove any excess salt content before compressing it into easy to handle bricks.

Yes, it is a completely sustainable alternative to peat moss. Many people like using it more than peat moss, as it can be re-used with the same effectiveness.

For rinsing the answer is it depends, you can rinse it in hot water (not boiling) before use to help wash out any excess sodium that may have built up.

For buffering: It is also recommended to pre-soak the coir for 12-24 hours with a buffering solution high in calcium; this displaces the sodium and balances the naturally occurring potassium.

Yes! It is a great medium for worm bins, simply rinse it before use and let it dry a little bit.

Coco coir is a natural product and therefore wont expand the exact same amount each time, but we can provide some pridictable ranges.

The 10 lb blocks should expand to 2.2 - 2.5 cubic feet.

The 650 gram bricks should expand to .25 - .32 cubic feet.

The 250 gram bricks should expand to .08 - .12 cubit feet.

It should be 100% fiber with no chips. If you'd like Coco Bliss Chips, we offer them in 10lb bricks as well.

Neem Bliss

Neem Bliss is premium organic cold-pressed neem oil from the kernels of the neem tree.

Neem Bliss Oil is derived from pressing the seeds of the Neem tree, (Azadirachta Indica). Plantonix pure, organic, cold-pressed neem oil comes directly from the seeds of the Indian neem tree. The remaining material is used to craft our Neem Bliss Seed Meal.

Neem Bliss Seed Meal is an excellent all-natural fertilizer for enriching garden and agricultural soils and encouraging optimum plant development.

Neem Meal also has the added benefit off preventing many types of problems that can arrise from bad soil fungus, bactieria, and unwanted bugs.

In India, products from the neem tree have been used for thousands of years for a variety of applications including their horticultural and medicinal benefits.

Neem oil has the tendency to solidify or crystallize at cooler temperatures due to its composition. Neem oil is a complex mixture of various components, including fatty acids, triglycerides, and other compounds. Some of these components have higher melting points than others.

When the temperature drops to a certain point, the fatty acids and triglycerides in neem oil start to crystallize and solidify. This is similar to how some cooking oils, like coconut oil, can solidify in cooler temperatures. The specific temperature at which neem oil solidifies can vary depending on the exact composition of the oil and the processing methods used.

It's important to note that the solidification of neem oil does not affect its effectiveness. When exposed to warmer temperatures, neem oil will return to its liquid state. To use solidified neem oil, you can gently warm it by placing the container in a warm water bath or in a warmer room. Avoid using direct heat sources, as excessive heat can degrade the oil's beneficial properties.

If you're using neem oil in a product that requires it to remain in a liquid state, such as an foliar spray, you might need to gently warm and mix the oil before use. Always store neem oil in a cool, dark place to help prevent or minimize solidification.

Neem oil does naturally have a bad smell. It should have a slight garlic/ sulfur smell. This is normal and should be an indicator that it's fresh and ready to be used.

Directions for use:

Mix 1 1/12 teaspoons of Neem Bliss per quart of water (1oz/gallon), plus a 1/2 teaspoon of mild dish soap per quart of water (2tsp. /gallon) as an emulsifier. Shake well.

Neem oil may solidify at cooler temperatures. Store above 70 degrees and below 90 degrees Fahrenheit. If oil thickens, simply place it it in hot water.

Do not leave it out in the sun.


Spray the diluted solution thoroughly on all plant surfaces, including both sides of leaves. The solution can also be used as a soil drench. Use once every 7-10 days. Apply early in the morning or late in the evening for best results.

Do not apply in direct sunlight. Always spot test first for sensitivity to sprays.

Neem oil generally has a shelf life of around two years if stored properly.

Neem oil has a low toxicity for humans. However, it is important to follow the directions carefully and minimize contact with undiluted oil.

In small quantities it can be harmless, but it's best to avoid ingesting it. The EPA considers neem oil to be a "low toxicity" substance.

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Myco Bliss

Plantonix Myco Bliss is a specific blend of 5 different mycorrhizal fungi designed to supercharge your plant’s rhizosphere for maximum root growth and nutrient absorption.

Mycorrhizal fungi form a symbiotic relationship with your plant, delivering specific nutrients to your plant in exchange for plant sugars. The addition of mycorrhizal fungi to your soil increases the absorption area of roots upwards of 1000 times compared to no mycorrhizal fungi being present.

Plantonix Myco Bliss contains 200 propagules per gram of the following species:

Rhizophagus irregularis

Rhizophagus aggregatus

Rhizophagus proliferum

Rhizophagus clarus

Claroideodglomus etunicatum

Powder: dissolves easily in water, smaller particles.
Granular: larger particles, not as easy to dissolve (think slow release).
Liquid: pre-mixed concentrate to be diluted in water.

Perlite Bliss

Perlite Bliss is a horticultural grade medium-course perlite. It is a naturally occurring siliceous (high in silica) rock that when heated to 1600° F expands up to 20 times its original volume.

This kilning process is very similar to popping popcorn and produces a growing media that is sterile and has a neutral pH of 7.0.

The exceptional physical properties of this perlite make it great for adding porosity to soil and soilless mixes.

This will vary based on the growing medium from 15% - 50%. Be sure to follow the mix ratio, watering, and feeding recommendations for your specific plant and growing conditions

For Potting Media: You can mix Perlite up to 50% with Coco Bliss, compost, or peat moss. We recommend 60% Coco Bliss and 40% Perlite Bliss. For medium to heavy clay loam soils, mix 25-40% Perlite.

-Step 1: Mix perlite with Coco Bliss, compost, or bark to make a clean, soilless growing medium.

-Step 2: Spread an even layer of Perlite over the surface into the top several inches to lighten the soil and add aeration or improve drainage.

Hydroponics: Perlite can be used as the sole medium or some combination of Coco Bliss and Perlite. Perlite is not a plant food replacement.

As these are natrally produced products, some variations can occur during production. This can mean that your bag of worm bliss from batch A may weight differently from batch B, due to density, moisture, and a myriad of other factors.

We sell by volume for these products because it is a more accurate measurement of what you are receiving.


Fulvic Bliss is super soluble fulvic acid.

Fulvic acids are a family of organic acids, natural compounds, and components of the humus (which is a fraction of soil organic matter). They are similar to humic acids, with differences being their carbon and oxygen contents, acidity (pKa value), degree of polymerization, molecular weight, and color.

Fulvic acids have a small molecular size, ranging from 1,000 to 10,000. Soluble in water at all pH levels, they are a great addition to the soil at most times of your plant cycle. They act as a container that carries nutrients from the soil into your plants.

You can use Fulvic bliss as a foliar spray, or a root drench, we recommend following the dilution instructions printed on the packaging.


Humic Bliss is super soluble humic acid.

Humic Bliss is a professional grade concentrated extract of humus which compliments most fertility programs. It helps increase nutrient uptake by plants and should be applied throughout the plants lifecycle.

-Vegetable Gardens & Flower Beds
For soil applications: mix 1/4 -1/2 tsp per gallon of water, every 2 weeks
For dry applications: mix 2-4 oz per 1000 SF
-Trees, Shrubs, & Vines
For soil applications, mix 1/2 cup per 25 gallons of water, drench in the soil around plant base.
-Compost Tea
Add 1/4-1/2 tsp. per gallon of water prior to brewing to fortify and enhance biological activity.
Use 1/4 tsp. per gallon of reservoir nutrient solution.


Char Bliss is a soil amendment that improves soil function. Our Char bliss is made from 100% soft wood and tree trimmings. Using Char Bliss can improve water retention, increase the CEC (Cation Exchange Capacity: The ability to hold onto and transfer nutrient cations: ammonium, calcium, magnesium, and potassium) of the soil, and help your plants reduce diseases!

It is best to add Char Bliss in small amounts every year and allow it to slowly build up in the soil where it gets charged with nutrients and soil life.

Depending on the soil type and pH, the crops you are growing, and the other additives, nutrients, and inoculants, you may add as little as 1% and as much as 20%. A small amount of biochar banded under seeds where it will work in the root zone can be very effective. Up to 20% biochar added to container media along with appropriate nutrients can also work well.

As these are natrally produced products, some variations can occur during production. This can mean that your bag of worm bliss from batch A may weight differently from batch B, due to density, moisture, and a myriad of other factors.

We sell by volume for these products because it is a more accurate measurement of what you are receiving.


Kelp and Seaweed Bliss are both soil ammendments that promote vigerous plant growth. Both are derived from the Norwegian Giant Kelp, plant but provide two different uses.

Kelp Bliss is a type of "meal" that will break down and provide nutrients in the soil in a "slow release" function.

Seaweed Bliss is a water soluable powder that is best used when added to your watering mixture. This will be absorbed faster by the plant, but the effects will not last as long.


Worm bliss contains all the essential nutrients that your plants need. Worm bliss is made through manure free indoor earthworm casting, with worms that are fed an all organic vegan diet.

Not only can this fertilizer be used on nearly any type of plant, but plantonix worm castings are chemical and compound free so they can also be used directly on your plants without burning them.

Worm Bliss is created in a climate-controlled habitat free from predators and weather changes, which promotes the worms to become nutrient dense to produce a superior organic fertilizer that will enable your plants to thrive.

For vegetables, flowers, lawns and golf course: Apply 10 lbs. per 100 SF and gently mix into soil.
For containers: Apply up to 10 % of container size.
For tree and shrubs: Apply 10 lbs. per 100 SF and gently mix into soil.

As these are natrally produced products, some variations can occur during production. This can mean that your bag of worm bliss from batch A may weight differently from batch B, due to density, moisture, and a myriad of other factors.

We sell by volume for these products because it is a more accurate measurement of what you are receiving.