Internet #202043542

Model #1042R

Store SKU #688711

3 ft. x 50 ft. WeedBlock Weed Barrier Landscape Fabric

  • Ultimate WeedBlock technology eliminates time pulling weeds
  • Easy to install weed control fabric lasts for years
  • Patented technology encourages root growth
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Product Overview

The WeedBlock 3 ft. x 50 ft. Landscape Fabric will eliminate time pulling weeds and you’ll have more energy to enjoy your garden. WeedBlock landscape fabric not only prevents weeds, it encourages root growth by keeping soil moist and cool. Made of UV-treated polyethylene, this cost-effective weed control fabric features patented Microfunnels that allow the free flow of air, water and nutrients to the soil while blocking sunlight and weeds.
  • Chemical-free method for stopping weed growth
  • Allows the free flow of air, water and nutrients, while blocking sunlight and weeds
  • Stops weeds for years
  • UV-resistant design
  • Used for flower bed weed control and other landscape projects

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.062
Product Height (in.)
2640
Product Length (ft.)
50 ft
Product Length (in.)
600 in
Product Thickness (mm)
1.6
Product Width (in.)
36

Details

Biodegradable
No
Hardware Included
No
Landscape Supply Type
Weed Barrier
Returnable
180-Day
UV Protected
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Full Refund Warranty

Questions & Answers

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Can this be used to line a soil-filled trench to serve as a root (& stolon) barrier to keep red raspberries in situ?

Asked by Erik April 8, 2019
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Can you put sod on top of this Weed Block fabric and will it still grow OK?

Asked by Rich April 3, 2018
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Hello Rich and thank you for your question. Your sod will need to contact the soil so the root structure will grow and create a beautiful lawn. The Weed Block Fabric will not allow any opportunity for the sod to contact the ground; in this case, the cut sod will not be able to survive for any length of time. Best wishes on your project.

Do I have to remove it every year in order to plant?

Asked by Maria April 5, 2016
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No, just cut a hole where you want the new plant to be and staple back the sides.

will this crack?

Asked by PN March 3, 2016
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My puppy has been sick and digging and chewing this up. Is it toxic to puppies?

Asked by KG November 10, 2015
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DON'T KNOW IF TOXIC BUT NOT DIGESTIBLE SHOULD TAKE HIM TO VET! POSSIBLE INTESTINE PROBLEMS, BLOCKAGE. THIS HAPPENED WHEN MY PUPPY CHEWED UP NYLON STOCKINGS.

Can I cover it and leave it over winter? Will it kill weeds that way

Asked by Izzy September 29, 2015
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No, it is not recommended to be left over winter.

color

Asked by Carl June 16, 2015
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Black

does the 3 foot wide landscape cloth come in dark green?

Asked by Carl June 13, 2015
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Not to my knowledge. I have never seen it anywhere.

Does weedblock Polypropylene landscape fabrick have to be covered with mulch

Asked by Burn May 20, 2015
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You can cover with whatever you wish. Stones, mulch, sand. Your choice.

do i have to rake the existing leaves and mulch before installing weedblock?

Asked by redhead May 4, 2015
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I would expect that would be a good idea. In my case the area I used it in was grass covered but had been completely cleared to replace a sewer line so I didn't have to deal with that situation. I did rework a small area and I did remove the old mulch. This area seems to be doing better than the large area that had been cleared completely.

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Weeds still grew through the fabric even with bark laid over it. Threw the unused portion away. I...
Weeds still grew through the fabric even with bark laid over it. Threw the unused portion away. I was hoping the polyethylene would work better however it seems the holes were still too large. I've had better success with woven fabric.
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Houston, TX
Weeds poked right through it
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Within a week, I had more weeds growing through this fabric than I had with no fabric. Refund please
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Minier IL
Landscaping fabric
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It worked fine for what I was using it for,very easy to use and the quality of the product was great.
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Kingston, WA
Use newspaper, cardboard, anything but this
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Polypropylene, an olefin, is in no way biodegradable.
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Abilene, TX
Easy to work with and no weeds yet!
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We had a ring around a front tree that was simply clogged with weeds. We needed to fix it quick for a house showing, so we bought this fabric and some plastic pegs to hold it down. It was easy to work with, even having to use it in a circle. We weed whacked down to the dirt, laid the fabric, pegged it, and put 3 inches of mulch on top, as per the instructions. A month has gone by, and nothing has poked up! Yay! The squirrels dig through the mulch and get to the fabric and are like "whaaat" but they haven't succeeded in ripping it up. It was a great bargain and thank goodness- no weeds! (Oh, and one tip- if you are putting flowers in through it- don't cut an "X" and shove them in. Cut a hole the size of the pot. The flowers need the breathing room) (and PS- the green little bits in the mulch in the pic are just some downed tree branches, not weeds!)
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Newbury Park, CA
Did not work for us on thin roots.
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We removed the existing dirt and roots from two raised gardens, installed the barrier and refilled the gardens with Miracle Grow Vegetable Dirt. Within 12 months the roots had grown back thicker than before. The H/D garden guy said the roots were so thin that they grew back through the holes in the fabric. Attached is a photo showing the barrier folded back to show roots growing completely thought it.
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Phoenix Arizona
Worst weed bock ever
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This product was a waste of time and money. Weeds were coming up in less than 2 weeks
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San Francisco, CA
It work!
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We use this product in our produce garden bed. The weed block polypropylene landscape fabric was easy to layout under the dirt. It blocked all the weed from entering the bed.
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Did its job..
Works as intended. It does block most of the weed but there are spots where weeds are coming through. Not sure if this is due to possibly leaving space when overlapping the material. Used it under 20x20 pavers.
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Bedford, Texas
Weedblock lives up to its name in multiple ways
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In landscaping our side yard, the weedblock worked well not only in beds with shrubs but was the foundation for our new rock/stepping stone walkway. Easy to cut and overlap to create a blanket to smother grass and weeds before they have a chance in either the bed or walkway. Great product!
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