Thursday, 22 October 2015

Every Entrepreneur Needs a Slice of Luck. We Get That To You

Starting with any kind of business requires a bit of strategic push without which success becomes hard to consume. Coco peat as we all know has already become the centre of attraction in today’s horticulture and flower growing industries. It acts as a soil-less medium making the impossible happen. In those rugged and unfortunate terrains that do not get the blessings of rain or are blessed with infertile soil, coco peat there, acts as the guardian angel!
The coco peat is an absolute waiter-holding material beneficial to cultivators. Not only that, but its affordable price is what compelling the farmers and flower growers to make use of this product. When the demand excels isn’t it wise to be a source of supplier to cater to the needs? That is exactly where Boyce Agro comes to your rescue. It stays there as the guardian assisting you to overcome the hurdles of becoming the distributor of coco peat. One of the main things looked after by Boyce Agro is the frequent fluctuations in the price of coco peat. This fluctuation is mainly due to climatic variations. There is price hike during the rainy season and a lowering of it during the summers. To certain extent, Boyce tends to manage this instability in the prices. Boyce purchases large quantities of coco peat during the summers when the prices are low and keeps them for future use during monsoon when there is a rise in price. In this way even the distributor of Boyce gets to store coco peat in bulks without encountering the high prices.
Boyce allows its distributors to get a sample in order to know its application and quality. Boyce is constantly making new moves to exemplify the existing products. Another advantage of Boyce is that it has universal popularity. It helps the distributor in every stage and also has the title of providing the best quality coco peat. In areas where there is water stressed conditions, where the need for an alternative to water for cultivation is absolutely required – allocating the most wanted coco peat is the best option. Using coco peat is a sustainable way of making the efficient utilization of water. It gains you high profit margin. Coco peat requires limited maintenance which makes it all the more attractive as an option. Two other factors must be kept in mind which is sure to make your business proliferate. Coco peat helps to distribute the soil nutrients evenly due to its water holding capacity. It also has the advantage of being re-used. This attracts the poor farmers as they get the optimum usage of their money. So if you are an entrepreneur selling coco peat, you will gain more rather than selling any other chemicals for cultivation.
The factors mentioned above makes Boyce Agro a good choice for an interested dealer to get linked with. Boyce has the world wide acknowledgement and also has the heart to help its distributors to not only gain profit but also help the needy farmers and those blooming entrepreneurs.

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

How Rains Affect Coco Peat Production?

In recent time, coco peat has certainly become one of the important factors that are being used in farming. Apart from its high water holding capacity, it is used as an organic fertilizer and the fact that it holds the soil together is one of the major reasons that why is it being used so widely. Coco peat is generated from the coir pith or coconut husk as we all call it. Though coco peat is being used in the farming world around the globe, there is a problem which has not been sorted till date and should be treated with some remedy at the earliest.

The production of the coco peat is a time taking process which comprises of many steps in a specified manner so that the production of the coco peat blocks from the coir. Firstly, the coconut husk is extracted out and the coir hair is dried up in the sun so that the moisture content reaches a level of less than 20%, which can be turned into coco peat blocks so as to be sent to the market. If the moisture content is more than the desired, the coir hair can’t be processed further so as to turn them into the blocks of the coco peat which can be available to the farmers for the end use.

During the monsoon season, there is an inadequate supply of sunlight which results in the event of not drying the coir hair to the desired limit. This is a major reason which leads to the difference in the supply and demand of the coco peat during the rainy season. Also, coconut trees are usually located near to the sea shore where the relative humidity reaches near to 90-95% during the rainy season. That’s a secondary reason for not drying the coir hair using the secondary methods as the air surrounding is already filled with water near to the maximum limit.

Also being by the sea side, the rain is often accompanied by strong winds and during which hardly anyone goes up the tall coconut trees to fetch them. Also if the tree is immersed under water, you can’t certainly climb it up and get the coconuts. Also rain makes the trunk of the tree wet and hence slippery which might result in a serious accident taking place, and as the farmers are mostly the only earning members in the family they certainly can’t and they usually don’t take up the risk to go to the top.

Though coco peat is becoming an important part of farming, but the fluctuation in its price especially during the monsoon stops the farmer opting for it. Though some of the leading firms have managed to control the price to some extent, but still their remains some hills and valleys in the graph for the price during the different months or seasons. To attract more farmers for using this product, the major companies should put in extra effort and if needed should come together with some innovative idea.