Weed Contol 

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The Best Way to Stop Weeds...Is Before They Start.

You can prevent weeds in an eco-friendly way, using no questionable chemicals. Our weed control fabric lets air, water and fertilizers pass through to your plant’s roots, but the fabric is dense enough to stop weeds from penetrating.

So easy to use, it’s the perfect time-saving way to keep your...

The Best Way to Stop Weeds...Is Before They Start.

You can prevent weeds in an eco-friendly way, using no questionable chemicals. Our weed control fabric lets air, water and fertilizers pass through to your plant’s roots, but the fabric is dense enough to stop weeds from penetrating.

So easy to use, it’s the perfect time-saving way to keep your landscape and planting beds looking beautiful.  

 

Weed control fabrics prevent unwanted weeds in an environmentally friendly way. All our fabrics allow air, water and fertilizers to pass through to plant roots. All fabrics are permanent when covered from sunlight. weed-stop

This durable fabric allows moisture to get through, but not the weeds beneath.  

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CONTROLS WEEDS

  • Special woven fabric stops approximately 95% of weeds
  • Lets air, water and fertilizer pass through to plant roots
  • Saves you time (no more weeding)

USE AS A FILTER

  • Wrap around pipe or use behind retaining walls
  • Protects native soil and silt from clogging drainage septic systems
  • Prolongs life of septic drain fields and drainage pipes
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EASY TO USE

  • Cuts quickly, no fraying
  • Permanent when covered from sunlight

USE UNDER OR AROUND

  • Decorative Stone & Bark
  • Retaining Walls
  • Drainage and Septic Systems
  • Annual Vegetable Gardens
  • Wooden Decks

Three Sizes:

  • 3 foot x 50 foot roll
  • 3 foot x 100 foot roll
  • 6 foot x 50 foot roll
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Controlling weeds is fast and easy

Step 1

Strip away all existing sod, grasses and weeds in desired area to be landscaped.
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Step 2

Unroll fabric. Allow enough to go over existing plants and still reach the edge of the area.
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Step 3

Cut an X in the fabric where each plant will be, or cut a larger X so fabric can go down around the existing plant
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Step 4

Plant the new plant. If going around an existing plant, gently pull fabric down over it and tuck the corners of fabric around the plant’s stem.
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Step 5

Cover with decorative stone or mulch. Cover generously to block all sunlight from reaching fabric.
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