DuPont™ Plantex® discusses the benefits of using its weed control fabrics for your landscaping project.
Weed control fabrics are increasingly popular as a low-maintenance and eco-friendly alternative to herbicides when it comes to managing unwanted growth for a range of residential and non-residential applications.
It can be hard to choose the right landscape fabrics, and it’s so important to understand that not all products are the same.
DuPont™ Plantex® weed control fabrics aim to reduce the use of chemicals in landscaping, offering a high quality, chemical-free landscape solution for professionals.
There are many benefits to using DuPont™ Plantex® weed control fabrics, such as highly efficient weed and root resistance due to thermal bonding product technology, no risk of any substance release from the material, and quick and easy installation.
Click here to watch a video from DuPont™, explaining the key properties that make the ideal landscape fabric.
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