GreenPro crop cover is made from polypropylene spunbond nonwoven. It is a fabric-like material made from long fibers, bonded together by chemical, mechanical, heat or solvent treatment. The PP spunbond non woven fabric involves a continuous process, which converts polypropylene into a web composed of continuous lament.
GreenPro has gained a world-wide reputation in manufacturing and exporting excellent quality non-woven cover which are the safeguards for plants, fruits and vegetables against the damaging effects in winter season. These covers are made using high grade polymers. The fabric’s breathable property allows air to permeate, while it’s inherent hydrophobic property prevents water from passing through and thus protecting plants from any water damage.
Non-Woven Ground Cover / Landscaping fabric
GreenPro Weed Barrier is specially designed to provide superior performance over traditional weed fabrics. The non-woven construction techniques provide for uniformity that is unsurpassed at blocking sunlight from reaching the soil and retarding weed growth. The uniform construction also provides
advanced water and air permeability, allowing the soil to breathe and absorb moisture and nutrients from fertilizers. It is specially designed to provide superior performance over traditional weed fabrics.
Non-woven is made from polyester or polypropylene and offers a long time solution to weed control. The fabric is good for preventing weed from growing over gravel paths, walkways or with a desert landscape. When used underneath a gravel path it works well to prevent gravel from getting into the soil over time.
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