Vigoro 2-Pack Weed Barrier Landscape Fabric, 3 ft x 50 ft. Easy Ground Installation to Protect Plants and Control Weeds in the Garden, Flowerbeds, Planters, and more.
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- SUPPRESS WEED GROWTH. Vigoro Weed Barrier Screen controls weeds before they even get to start because prevention is better than cure also applies to gardening.
- REDUCES SOIL EROSION. Having the Landscape Fabric cover the ground will help anchor the soil to keep it from eroding. Its black color serves as a camouflage blocks light to protect even the toughest of weeds.
- ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY. Prevent weeds without the chemicals. This keeps your lawn, yard, or garden safe for pets and kids. Allows you to spend more time with them instead of weeding.
- COMPLIMENTS IRRIGATION. The quality fabric allow air and water to pass through and will not disrupt your irrigation system and gets nutrients to seep to the soil.
- WHAT YOU GET: 2 Rolls of Polypropylene Non Woven Fleece Material. 3 ft wide and 50 feet long. That's a total of 300 sq ft!
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No more pulling weeds. This weed barrier controls weeds even before they start. This landscape fabric holds up in the light is Ideal for Landscape beds and around trees and bushes, keeps weeds from growing under decks and other landscaped areas. It is built with high quality materials which reduces tearing and puncturing. Just simply lay into place, cut to size and secure with staples.
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> Rather like the thin plastic of ordinary black garbage bags, but tougher, and with tiny holes to allow drainage.
> Tough enough for long term use (years) if installed carefully and protected with a covering material (sand, soil, mulch, rock, etc.). NOT tough enough to be left uncovered, for example in a plant nursery, covered with rows of pots, to prevent weeds growing between the pots.
> Probably okay for a few months uncovered for some uses, such as a seasonal tomato garden.
UPDATE -- After 6 months, no weeds have grown up through the Vigoro fabric.
> You need very sharp scissors or a razor-sharp knife (such as a box cutter with a fresh blade) to cut lengths of the fabric. Scissors would be useful for cutting holes if desired.
> Because it is thin and light, it can be hard to get it to stay where you want it. I found Easy Gardener 815 75-Count Fabric and Garden Staples to be very helpful. You may need a mallet to install the staples
> The weed fabric is sufficiently inexpensive that you can use more than one layer if you wish.
> If you need more than 3' wide, it is probably best to overlap the weed fabric by at least 50%---at least for long-term use.
> You can easily cut holes (or punch small holes with a sharp stake) in the fabric for plants that you want in the ground, but try to keep the holes small. Growing plants can stretch or tear the fabric larger if necessary.
> For long-term use, the weed fabric is sufficiently thin that it does need to be covered to protect it from mechanical damage and by the sun. Depending on your purpose, you can cover it with sand, soil, mulch, or rock.
> In my case, weeds were not the problem. The problem was roots from adjacent trees growing up into my pots---robbing water and nutrients from my potted plants. In such a case, it is best to cover the weed fabric with a thick layer of river rock (etc.) to extend the barrier and protect the fabric from tearing.
> I purchased a 3' X 50' roll ("20 year") at Home Depot for $10.
> Click on “Stoney” just below the product title to see my other reviews, or leave a comment to ask a question.