DuPont is helping customers claim their land back with Plantex® Platinium, designed to battle Japanese knotweed, couch grass, horsetail, hogweed and other such damaging and aggressive plants.
This intrinsically strong, high-performance fabric eliminates the need for herbicides or mowing, while its water and air permeability help to maintain soil health, stability and drainage. It can be used for near-surface applications with an essential covering of 20cm minimum. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated in multiple field tests over many years.
Once Plantex® Platinium has been correctly installed, its benefits can be appreciated immediately, and for many years to come. Visually unobtrusive, the fabric allows for a site that is clear of unwanted growth and easier to maintain. As reliably as Plantex® Platinium performs, regular inspection including of any overlap seams, is also important.
DuPont Protection Solutions,
Bristol & Bath Science Park,
Tel: 08444 068 722
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