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How does non woven fabric change landscaping and agriculture?
Aug , 18 2020

The endless changing characteristics of non woven fabrics make them ideal for landscaping and agricultural applications, especially where it is necessary to control moisture or provide a barrier to pests or other environmental factors. Since it is easy to change the manufacturing process to produce the correct combination of characteristics, the use of non woven fabrics has surged in these areas. In some places where nonwovens are playing an increasingly important role.

Poultry and livestock protection

Agricultural companies usually use non woven fabrics on the walls of poultry or livestock enclosures. Non woven fabric has the ability to let light and air into the fence, but can prevent insects or excessive heat from radiating, thus ensuring the comfort of animals.

Insect barrier and protective net

Especially when planting such as strawberries, cherries or other insects, birds and wild animals find attractive and exquisite food, non woven fabric is a good barrier. The perforations in the fabric can be small enough to block insects and birds, while still allowing enough moisture and sunlight to penetrate, allowing the crop to mature naturally.

Turf or turf production

As a substrate for turf growth, non woven fabrics can ensure a dense and uniform turf, which is easy to handle during transportation and installation. Normally, the nonwovens used in this application are green or black during the manufacturing process, so they will not be noticeable when installed. Once non woven fabrics are installed, they degrade harmlessly over time, making them both environmentally friendly and efficient.

Moisturizing plants in the greenhouse

Needle-punched non woven fabrics absorb moisture through capillary action and help ensure a constant level of moisture in the soil and atmosphere in greenhouses and other growing environments. This helps reduce growth costs by saving water and reducing frequent watering.

Temperature protection

Nonwovens can help fragile crops avoid freezing damage during the most vulnerable growing season. Non-woven textiles do better than traditional coverings, hemp or hay bales, and are easier to use than more traditional barriers. In addition, when the danger of late frost has passed, growers can remove these protective covers and reapply them to protect the crop from the early frost at the end of the growing season.Non woven textilescan significantly increase crop yields while maintaining labor costs.

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