PP Weed Control Fabric for Agriculture application

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1000 m²
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200000 m²/month

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PP Weed Control Fabric for Agriculture application


Production Description:

Weed Control fabric not only prevents weeds, it encourage root growing by keep soil moist and cool. Made of UVtreated polypropylene,this costeffective weed control fabric features allow the free flow of air,water and nutrients to the soil while blocking sunlight and weeds.This chemical free method for stopping weed grow for years.

 

Application:


1. Weed block for landscaped garden beds
2. Permeable liners for planters (stops soil erosion)
3. Weed control under wooden decking
4. Geotextile for separating aggregate / soils under walkway blocks or bricks
5. Assists in preventing paving from settling unevenly
6. Landscape fabric prevents soil erosion  


Production Specifications:

Material

Woven PP/PE Fabric

Width

0.5m-4.4m

Length

50m-2500m

Color

Black/Grass Green/Japser/Black-Green

Weave

9*9 to 13*13

Weight

60gsm-180gsm

U.V.

With or Without U.V.

Life Span

3~5 years with U.V. treated

Feature

Non-Toxic

Style

Plain

Production Application:

PP Weed Control Fabric for Agriculture application

PP Weed Control Fabric for Agriculture application

PP Weed Control Fabric for Agriculture application


FAQ:

1.       Where is your factory located in?

Factory is located in Jiangsu Province, Neat to Shanghai Port.

2.       How long have you been in this product production?

We have been in the business more than 10 years,

3.       Can we have some sample or trial order before bunk order?

Yes, we can provide you some free samples, and for trial order, we will offer you the lowest price. 



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