weed mat for plant greenhouse earth work

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1.What is your main products ?

Our main products are made from PE ,PP etc and could be used for agriculture and construction ,etc .

2.What is your payment term ?

We could accept TT ,LC.

3.What is your delivery time

The delivery time is around 30days per container, sometimes we have stocks .

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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Q:advantage of paper against plastic?
Plastics are produced from the waste products of oil refining. There are environmental impacts associated with the extraction of oil, the separation of products in the refining process, and the manufacturing of plastics. Paper is produced from trees; environmental impacts include those associated with extracting timber and processing it for paper products. Again, the environmental impacts depend on whether the timber was obtained from a sustainably managed forest -- most industrial timber products in the U.S. come from plantations -- and the environmental management of the paper processing plant. Comparatively, plastic bags require less energy to produce. The disposal of bags entails additional environmental impacts. If landfilled, plastic bags are more environmentally benign than paper, as they require less space; paper occupies approximately half of overall landfill volume. Plastics do not biodegrade. Stray plastic bags, which have been estimated at one to three percent of the hundreds of billions that are produced each year, are now found almost everywhere on the planet. Plastic bags pose a threat to marine life, because, if ingested, the bags can block the stomach and cause starvation. Sea turtles, for example, mistake plastic bags for jellyfish. In 2002 a minke whale that washed up on a beach at Normandy was found to have 800 grams of plastic and other packaging in its stomach. Stray plastic bags can also clog sewer pipes, leading to stagnant, standing water and associated health hazards. In 2002, Bangladesh banned plastic bags after drains blocked by bags contributed to widespread monsoon flooding in 1988 and 1998. Ireland has decreased plastic bag consumption by placing a consumer tax on plastic bags. Perhaps the most strict plastic bag regulations are found in the Indian province of Himachal Pradesh, where people caught with plastic bags are fined $2000.
Q:I want to do plastic recycling of waste toys, this line, I do not know where there are old toys, plastic processing after the particle recycling business
In this case alone, Changchun is buried about 10000000 yuan worth of wealth each year. Plastic products factory in the production process of the waste generated, without sorting and cleaning, is the processing of recycled particles of good raw materials. To establish business contacts with the plastic factory, the acquisition of waste processed into particles back to the plastic factory, or a certain amount of processing fees. In this way, that is, the plastic factory has solved the problem of recycling, and it is an effective way for us to generate revenue, and it is a win-win scheme. The large amount of plastic film used in rural areas in Northeast, northwest and North China belongs to one-off agricultural materials. The quantity is large and the price is low. The vast rural areas of adequate staff, if the organization personnel in the local collection or acquisition, can solve the pollution problem of agricultural soil in a timely manner, but also eliminates the intermediate links, to ensure that the sources of raw materials at the same time, but also greatly reduce the cost of raw materials, increase profits. To sum up, low prices, everywhere can be easily obtained waste plastics, for us to set up waste plastics recycling plant provides a unique condition. To realize the local purchase, processing and sale of waste plastics, the advantages are favorable and profitable.
Q:I was just wondering, what you have done to use less plastics?
Buy fresh fruit and veg instead of produce that's shrink-wrapped (has a clear plastic film around it). You can also try getting jam and other things in glass jars and bottles instead of the plastic alternatives - these are easier to recycle because all you have to do is chuck them in a bottle bank when they're empty (wash them and take the lids off them first, though!). You can also save a lot of plastic by taking canvas bags or those 'bags for life' you see in supermarkets when you go food shopping - it saves a lot in plastic bags, and some stores give you store card points if you reduce the amount of bags you use at the till. The problem with plastic isn't really the amount you use, it's how you dispose of it. Try finding a plastics bin, or see if your council collects it anywhere. They usually have guides on how to recycle it, and if not them then it'll be on directgov.uk or something (or the US alternative if you're American). Hope this helps! :)
Q:importance of plastics in computers?
Well... I'd say that most computer parts have plastics. The Printed Circuit Boards are made WITH some kind of plastic (Polyester Fibre) and also there are cables, wires, capacitors, conductors, jumpers, and a lot of other internal stuff that are made from plastic. I'd say that its main dutie is to insulate the electricity and prevent short-circuits. Without plastic protection, all the components would be unprotected and short-circuits would happen very often. Not to mention the casing. If you look at your monitor, you'll see that its case is made from plastic. Your speakers too. So your computer case (it probably has a plastic front). So your mobile phone is (yes, a mobile phone these days are computers - they have RAM, CPU and video cards). Your iPod... Your digital watch... Everything's got plastic. It's non-conductive and also much lighter than most metals (specially the cheap ones such as iron and aluminium). To answer your question, a computer would work without plastic. But it would cost a fortune to replace it by other non-conductive material. We could use glass for instance, but can you imagine having a glass-keyboard and a glass mouse? Or a wooden mouse? That would be quite weird. And an iron monitor and computer case? You'd have to build a concrete structure in your living room to support a ton of metal, wood and glass. Also, injection molding is much cheaper than machine pressing. And much easier to handle. And much smaller. And lighter.
Q:Can you bake plastic molds?
Trying new things with different molds? Tired of having to buy pre-made plastic molds for you to do anything? Look no further, because this article tells you how to make the quickest and easiest plastic molds you could find. Instructions: 1. Mix the sulpha-plastic thoroughly until it is smooth. You put together 25 parts for graphite and then use 75 parts sulfur. 2.Place this mixture over heat. Be sure you have it in a bowl and are not using any open flames when heating the product.
Q:How is plastic made and how does it stay soft? ?
Plastics that we use today all are polymers (i.e. obtained from polymerization of simplest alkene: ethylene) n(CH2=CH2) ------------------------> -(-CH2-CH2-)-n ethylene polyethylene Properties of polyethylene = tough and durable They can easily be soften on heating and can easily remould (recycled) because they are thermoplastic polymers.
Q:Will methanol dissolve plastic?
That depends on the chemical structure of the plastic. If it is made of polyethylene or polycarbonate, then no. If the concentration is less than 50% methanol, you probably won't have an issue, especially with the salts present. Go to the link below, plug in alcohol: methyl and look for the various plastics that could make up your centrifuge tube.
Q:difference between plastic lens or glass lens for glasses ?
I've had both types and based on my experiences with them, glass is more durable than plastic. It doesn't scratch as easily and is less likely to smudge when you're cleaning it. However, it is considerably heavier than plastic which could be very uncomfortable if you wear a strong prescription since your glasses will feel heavy and constantly slide down your nose. If you wear a mild prescription, glass would be a better choice since it doesn't get scratched or scuffed up nearly as much. Even when treated with scratch resistant materials, plastic lenses still get scratched more easily than glass. As for safety concerns, I wore glass lenses for years. I never had problems with breaking them. If anything, the frames were more likely to break than the lenses. Aside from changing prescriptions, that was the most common reason I had to replace my glasses. Another thing I'd like to mention was that in the past before high index came along, another reason I would choose glass was because the lenses were thinner than plastic.
Q:would plastic be cheaper?
Plastic can seep harmful chemicals into the product when it is exposed to sunlight (think a water bottle)... plastic is basically oil, and is carcinogenic. Everything should be in containers of steels, anyway, steel is far easier to reuse than plastic is. Glass is tough as I really hate breaking glass as it's a horrible thing to clean up in carpet.
Q:Cat ate plastic wrapper?
Its sure not safe for anyone even us to eat plastic, keep an eye on her for sure to see if she has problems passing her bowel movements. Also to be safe call you VET monday morning and ask her this is a question they need to answer.. I sure wouldn't trust anyone Else's answers with out a solid back up.. you know? GOOD LUCK

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