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Shri Ji will provide two types of Weed Control Mat & Ground Cover Mat.
Two types of weed control mat are use in Across India.
100 GSM Weed Mat
Sulzer Ground Weed Mat
- 100 GSM Weed Control Mat – Weed Control Mats Made From High Density Polyethylene (HDPE Materials ) and mixed with Black Master they are Ideal in preventing growth of weeds in Poly House, Low Cost Net House, Shade Net house, Nursery, Grape beds etc.
- Sulzer Ground Weed Control Mat – Black weed ground cover mats is high density ( HDPE Materials) and green lining available in this sulzer weed mats. weed ground cover mats are use for basically control a farmer filed weed and increase a production. Shri ji green is support for batter quality for weed control mats. Generally, weed ground cover mats are use in vegetables farming on bed to cover.
Do you have a vegetable bed or are you planning to make one? Further more, while vegetable beds can look really beautiful, maintaining it can be difficult if you have to deal within the weeds that usually come with it. However, weeds typically tend to grow very wild in the type of soil which is rich in moisture.
|Standard rolls of
|4.2 mtrs * 100 mtrs
|Tensile Strength Md
|140 +/- 5% gsm
|Minimum Order Quantity
|Port of Dispatch
|420 Sq. Meter
|RTGS / NEFT / IMPS
A weed mat, also known as landscape fabric or weed barrier, is a material designed to suppress weed growth in landscaped areas. Weed mats can be made from various materials, including woven or non-woven fabrics, plastic, or paper.
Weed mats are typically placed over the soil and cut to fit around existing plants. Further more, the mats create a barrier that prevents sunlight from reaching the soil, which inhibits weed growth. At the same time, the mats allow water and air to pass through, ensuring that plants receive the nutrients they need.
In addition, weed mats can be particularly useful in areas where weeds are a persistent problem, such as garden beds, walkways, or landscaped areas.
They are easy to install and can save time and effort in weed control. However, it is important to note that weed mats are not a substitute for proper weed management practices, such as regular weeding and mulching.
Additionally, if not installed properly, weed mats can become a barrier to water and nutrients, which can negatively impact plant growth.
Proper installation of weed mats in polyhouse:
Proper installation of weed mats in polyhouse is important to ensure their effectiveness in suppressing weeds and promoting plant growth. Here are the steps to install weed mats in the polyhouse:
- Soil preparation: Before laying the weed mats, prepare the soil by removing all weeds, debris, and rocks from the surface. Rake the soil to make it level and smooth.
- Measure and cut the weed mats: Measure the length and width of the area to be covered with weed mats. Further more, cut the mats according to the dimensions of the area, leaving extra material to overlap the edges.
- Lay the weed mats: Place the weed mats over the prepared soil, starting from one end of the area and working your way to the other end. However, ensure that the mats are laid flat and smooth, without any wrinkles or folds.
- Secure the weed mats: Once the mats are laid in place, secure the edges and corners by overlapping the edges and pinning them down with landscape fabric staples. The pins should be placed every few feet along the edges and corners to prevent the mats from shifting.
- Cut holes for planting: Use a utility knife or scissors to cut holes in the weed mats where plants will be placed. however, the holes should be slightly larger than the root ball of the plant.
- Planting: Place the plants in the holes and cover the root ball with soil. Water the plants thoroughly to ensure they are well-watered.
- Mulching: Add a layer of mulch over the weed mats to prevent weeds from growing between the plants.
Maintenance: Inspect the weed mats regularly to ensure they are in good condition and that there are no tears or damage. In addition, if necessary, repair or replace the mats as needed. Additionally, check that the pins are secure and remove any weeds that may be growing around the plants.
Maintenance of weed mats:
Proper maintenance of weed mats is essential to ensure their effectiveness in suppressing weeds and promoting plant growth in polyhouse. Here are some key maintenance steps for weed mats:
- Regular inspection: Inspect the weed mats regularly to check for any signs of damage, wear, or tear. Remove any debris or fallen leaves that may accumulate on the surface of the mats.
- Weed control: Even though weed mats help suppress weed growth, some weeds may still manage to grow around the plants or through the mat. Remove any weeds that may emerge from the soil by hand weeding or using herbicides approved for use with weed mats.
- Irrigation: Ensure that the plants receive adequate water through the weed mats. Weed mats can inhibit the penetration of water, so you should ensure that water penetrates through the mats to reach the plant’s root zone. Adjust irrigation schedules as needed to ensure adequate water supply.
- Fertilization: Weed mats can also inhibit the penetration of nutrients, so it’s important to apply fertilizers in the correct amount and at the right time. Further more, use slow-release fertilizers or liquid fertilizers apply them directly to the root zone.
- Repair or replace damaged mats: If you notice any damage or wear to the weed mats, repair or replace them as needed. In addition, over time, weed mats can break down due to exposure to sunlight and weather, so it’s important to replace them periodically.
Proper maintenance of weed mats can help ensure that they continue to be an effective weed control method while promoting healthy plant growth in polyhouse.
Cost-benefit analysis of using weed mats in polyhouse cultivation:
Cost-benefit analysis is a useful tool to evaluate the economic feasibility of using weed mats in polyhouse cultivation. Further more, here are some factors to consider for a cost-benefit analysis of using weed mats in polyhouse cultivation:
- Weed suppression: Weed mats can effectively suppress weeds, reducing the need for manual weeding or chemical herbicides.
- Water conservation: Weed mats can reduce water evaporation and improve soil moisture retention, reducing the need for frequent irrigation.
- Nutrient conservation: Weed mats can prevent nutrient loss by reducing soil erosion and leaching, allowing for more efficient use of fertilizers.
- Improved plant growth: By suppressing weeds and maintaining soil moisture and nutrients, weed mats can promote healthy plant growth and increase crop yield.
- Material cost: Weed mats can be more expensive than traditional weed control methods, such as manual weeding or herbicides.
- Installation cost: Weed mats require installation labor, which can be an additional cost.
- Maintenance cost: Weed mats require periodic inspection and repair or replacement, which can add to the maintenance cost.
- Disposal cost: At the end of their useful life, weed mats require proper disposal, which can also be an additional cost.
Overall, the benefits of using weed mats in polyhouse cultivation can outweigh the costs, depending on the specific crop, weed pressure, and other factors. In addition, a cost-benefit analysis can help growers make an informed decision about whether to use weed mats in their polyhouse and how to optimize their use for maximum benefit.
Weed Mat & Ground Cover Mat FAQ
What is the best low maintenance ground cover?
A Shri Ji Green house provide a best low maintenance ground cover, ground cover is cover complete soil weed is not grow in this mat is called low maintenance ground cover.
What is the fastest growing ground cover?
Fasted grow plants in ground cover as like Pomegranate, Cucumber, Capsicum, Tometo, etc.