Cocopeat is a growing medium that has many advantages for hydroponic growing media. The advantage of cocopeat compared to other conventional media is that it is able to hold water and hold it almost 10 times, a tough but lightweight fiber that is also resistant to the elements. With high reserves of cellulose and lignin, cocopeat can be a good food source and breeding ground for beneficial microorganisms. Some beneficial microorganisms in the roots that can reproduce well in cocopeat media are rhizobacteria (PGPR) and several types of mycorrhizae. These nutrients are nutrients that are needed by plants to support their needs. Cocopeat is also reusable, meaning that it can be reused for future crops, but with a note that after harvesting, you must add an enzyme solution and wash the cocopeat to remove residual salt and sterilize it.