If you’re tired of weeding by hand and looking for a physical barrier to keep those garden invaders at bay, learn how landscape fabric can work for you.
If you're tired of pulling weeds all year, try putting down a weed barrier so they can't grow. Our guide covers several easy options, from laying down straw or mulch to using weed barrier fabric.
Weed is a common problem in any garden, right? It hinders the natural growth of plants and vegetables. So, gardeners apply different tricks to get rid of weeds or at least reduce growing new weeds. Before that, it’s important to know about the effective weed barrier for gardens.
Compared with ordinary mulch film, weed control cloth has many advantages besides the heat preservation and moisturizing function of mulch film.
PP ground cover is produced with environmentally friendly polypropylene and self-developed polymer functional materials. It is physically weeded and used properly to achieve zero pollution.
PP woven weed matting/PP ground cover has at least 3% UV protection, giving plants and soil great protection against grass growth and preventing soil erosion. PP weed matting is suitable for many applications and it is also available in many sizes and weights. To learn more details about the specifications, please show a format for your reference.
Insect netting is widely used in agricultural production activities as an important form of insect control and is used by many growers as the most important means of pest control.
Greenhouses, a representative form of modern farming management, have become an important source of production for our vegetables, fruits and other crops. Greenhouses are not necessary to grow crops, but they are very helpful and allow farmers to get more out of their harvest.