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Name: PP woven fabric for weed control and water savings

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Material: PP, virgin material or recycled material
Unit weight: 140g, 175g, 180g, 200g, 230g, 260g, 300g, 350g, 420g, 480g, 670g
Width: 50cm-600cm
Length: As per ur request
Color: Black with green/white grid
Tearing strength: From 0.5 to 2.2kN
Mesh: 10*10, 12*12, 14*14
UV stabilized: Up to your request

Function:
1. Cover crops in the ground surface
2. Can prevent weeds
3. Controlling soil humidity and the temperature
4. Against the insect
5. Does not affect the growth of the crops
6. Long service life

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