Weed control and mulching woven fabric
Mulching is a common agricultural practice that is also used in gardens and domestic vegetable patches.
Without using chemicals, mulching prevents weeds from growing around cultivations.
TENAX has developed a wide range of synthetic tarpaulins, covers and non-woven fabrics that, when spread around the crops, keep moisture in the soil and provides a barrier to the light, thus preventing weed seeds to grow in the soil and deprive crops of nutrients.
For the non-woven fabrics it is important to cover with bark to prevent early degradation of the material, due to the sunlight rays.
Very closed woven fabric, it blocks the development ofweeds and preserves quality and cleanness of the cultivations, reducing maintenance at the same time. Its particularly resistant structure makes it ideal on small slopes, where it helps avoiding the washing away of the soil.