Garden weed control with fabric

Jul 21st

The garden weed control fabric creates a barrier in the garden and on the sidewalks or any other areas to avoid weeds from growing. Spread the fabric after weeding the area to make sure they do not return, or place it when you start your garden to prevent them from growing. In particularly troublesome areas, you can also apply an herbicide after extending the fabric to give extra protection against the development of weeds. Fabrics for garden weed control are a viable option for gardens that are already planted.

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1. Starts weeds in the garden area to clean the floor. If you want, try the area with a pre-emergent herbicide.

2. Stretch fabric for garden weed control on the desired area. Short form of “x” in the materials on any area where you are placing new plants. Make the “x” large enough to accommodate the root ball.

3. Cava edges with stakes that come with the fabric for weed control. Put the stakes every 3 to 5 feet (90 cm to 1.50 m) around the outer perimeter.

4. It covers the surface of the fabric with 3 to 4 inches (7.5 to 10 cm) of mulch or crushed rock to protect it from sun damage and help sustain it. Distribute mulch or stone on the areas between the plants, taking care to avoid damaging the roots.

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