Weed control texture, otherwise called scene texture or ground spread film is a concoction free answer for controlling weed development in gardens, ways, garages, and designations. It is a penetrable texture, which permits air, water, and supplements to go through it however is intended to shut out the sun to diminish photosynthesis and stop weed development.
While picking a weed control texture, go for the amplest accessible for the zone you have to cover, as the more extensive the texture the fewer joins/covers you will require. Additionally, on the off chance that you need it to last in excess of two or three years, at that point get one that is UV balanced out which will help secure it against the sun’s beams and increment its life span.
Preceding introducing weed control texture you have to weed the region concerned and afterward rake it level to scatter all the plunges and knocks in the ground. Simultaneously expel unessential items particularly sharp articles that may cut the layer. Additionally preceding establishment you have to guarantee you have the necessary number of weed control fixing pegs for the activity close by. These pegs are either plastic for extremely delicate to the medium delicate ground and metal pegs for hard or stony ground. As a guide, you would utilize 1 peg for every square meter around the border of the zone secured and along with all covers on the off chance that you are laying more than one column of texture.
Before unrolling the texture on the readied ground, it’s ideal to initially nail down one side of the texture with the weed texture pegs (particularly on a breezy day) and afterward spread the remainder of the texture over the region concerned, sticking the pegs through the texture at one-meter interims as you go.
When laying more than one line of texture, you lay the principal push as portrayed above yet don’t place pegs on the side that will be covered constantly push. You at that point lay the subsequent line guaranteeing you cover the primary column by 20cm and afterward put pegs through the two layers of the texture at one-meter interims on the joined side. On the off chance that you are laying more lines, at that point you proceed in the equivalent vain guaranteeing you peg down the last edge.
When you have laid and tied down the weed control texture in the position you would then be able to focus on planting out whatever trees, bushes, or plants you require in the zone concerned. To do this you essentially cut a little “x” through the weed control texture at the position you wish to plant. Slice a little, to begin with as you can generally build the size as you go in the event that you need a more extensive opening. At that point strip back the texture, burrow the necessary opening, place plant in the gap, top off with earth and afterward push back the texture.