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Model #2529RT

Store SKU #703560

4 ft. x 100 ft. Commercial Weed Control Fabric with Typar Technology

  • Chemical-free design safe for pets and wildlife
  • Puncture-resistant fabric for enhanced performance
  • Commercial-grade construction
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$3441

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Product Overview

Landmaster Commercial Landscape Fabric with Typar technology dramatically reduces weed growth by blocking sunlight and preventing weed germination. For permanent landscapes and under pavers, patios and sidewalks where a highly durable fabric is required. Landmaster Commercial has exceptional strength to weight ratio andunequaled water and air permeability.
  • Medium weight commercial grade fabric
  • Stops weeds without chemicals
  • Strong spunbond polyester fabric is exceptionally strong and puncture resistant
  • Saves on maintenance costs
  • Secure with easy gardener fabric and garden staples
  • How to Use Landscape Fabric

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
48
Product Height (in.)
0.0161
Product Length (ft.)
100 ft
Product Length (in.)
1200 in
Product Thickness (mm)
0.41
Product Width (in.)
48

Details

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

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Full Product Warranty: If you are not satisfied with the performance of this product, return original receipt and Easy Gardener will refund the purchase price

Questions & Answers

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Do you have an instructional video I may watch?

Asked by Snappylobster October 7, 2018
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We didn’t use or make a video.

Can this be used as weed barrier for growing watermelons

Asked by Bamazeb July 10, 2018
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I would think so. I use it in my rose beds to suppress weeds/grass. Just be sure to start with a clean slate by weeding and removing any sod before placing the fabric. We put rubber mulch over ours and it really helps to retain moisture in the soil.

Can I use this fabric as a filter fabric supsitute in a dry well project?

Asked by John August 20, 2017
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I suggest you contact the manufacturer, Easy Gardener: Phone Numbers Edit Contact Phone 254-753-5353 Support Phone (254) 753-5353 Email Addresses Edit Support Email info@easygardener.com Locations and Addresses Edit HQ Address 3022 Franklin Ave Waco, TX 76710

can gravel, stone or crushed granite be used over this fabric?

Asked by pspete February 4, 2017
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Stone can be. I wouldn't use gravel or probably crushed granite as they are more likely to provide an environment where weed seeds will land on them and be able to germinate.

where can I get a material safety data sheet for this

Asked by Tara November 7, 2016
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The manufacturer would have that information, but the material is polyethylene which is the most common plastic in production. The manufacturer is Jobe's and they can be reached in the following ways: - Phone: 254-753-5353 - Online: https://jobescompany.com/contact/ - Mail: The Jobe’s Company 3022 Franklin Avenue Waco, TX 76710

Can it be used over flowers for frost protection?

Asked by JP October 26, 2016
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Probably, but I wouldn't. It's on the pricey side, and is pretty porous to water. It kites well enough, though, so it would probably allow air movement while blocking the worst of the wind, however.

How many ounce ?

Asked by SherryB March 31, 2016
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The whole roll doesn't weigh more than a couple of pounds. If you're asking about how many PSI it can handle before tearing, I don't know the answer, but I will say that it's strong enough to where it is very difficult to tear by hand.

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Weed popped up right thru this barrier even though I had it covered with 4 inches of rubber mulch...
Weed popped up right thru this barrier even though I had it covered with 4 inches of rubber mulch. This is not "heavy duty". I broke my back for a 700 square foot area just to have weeds pop right thru.
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Response from Jobe's CompanyApril 12, 2018
We are sorry to hear this did not work as expected. Please contact our customer service department for a refund or replacement, 1.800.327.9462. JobesCompany
So I had a large home landscaping project that I wanted to undertake which involved covering a hi...
So I had a large home landscaping project that I wanted to undertake which involved covering a hillside to prevent erosion as well as allow for fairly low maintenance going forward (mowing it was going to be difficult). Over the years I've used a variety of landscape fabrics and have seen first-hand than the cheap stuff will make you pay in spades later on when you have to redo work. Given the size of the project and my previous experience with this product, I wanted to make sure I had something that was going to last a minimum of 10 years and probably longer. In terms of the product itself, it's very strong (difficult to rip by hand), but also lightweight enough to where water will be able to drain through it. I will note that it's important to make sure that you do the following: - Surface preparation - must make sure that you've removed all vegetation as weeds/grass are much more likely to grow through it if they have a foothold - ideally you would apply this to new soil or soil that has been turned over and raked clean of vegetation - weed killer works as well if you want to use chemicals. - Fabric coverage - if you're using mulch, you should cover the landscape fabric with 3-4 inches of mulch to prevent weed/tree seeds from being able to land on the fabric and germinate. In the past, the few weeds that I've had with this product has primarily been where I let the mulch get too thin. If you're using rock, a couple of inches of cover should do. - Landscape spikes - if you're installing this on a slope and there's any chance of it being walked on, you should use fabric spikes to keep it in place. The mulch itself will generally do the trick for the most part, but if it's going to be walked on occasionally, it's worth the few extra bucks to install the spikes. All-in-all, I've been very happy with this product and plan to use it in the future.
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Worthless- should be called "10 day barrier"
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My advice? If you accidently buy this stuff, throw out the weed barrier and use its plastic wrapper instead. Weeds came through the "barrier" within the first 10 days...this is far worse than having no barrier: the roots are *under* the barrier and don't come up without lifting the rest of the barrier product. Here is the letter I wrote Scotts: I'm emailing you because I would like to let you know about my experience with your 10-year weed barrier. In May, we redesigned our front yard, and for some reason, this time, instead of purchasing the white fabric weed barrier that had held back all our weeds for 8 years previously, this time I inexplicably chose the Scotts black plastic barrier. It had a 10-year guarantee, so I figured, "Yeah, let's go with that."   One week later there were brand new weeds popping up right through the fabric & pine bark. The most irritating thing is, when you go to pull them out, you can't because the roots are under the fabric. This makes it worse than having NO barrier.  So I shot the weeds with Roundup, and still, new ones sprang up, more & more every week.  After 4 weeks of escalating weeds, I gave up. I just spent the entire weekend ripping out the Scotts and replacing it with the white fabric that I already know works.  I can't even utilize your guarantee because I threw out the wrapping and receipt when I got home from the store. I put down 3 of those rolls in one weekend in my 5 islands.  What I should have done was throw away the weed barrier & keep the wrapping. It probably would have worked better on the weeds and at least I could get my money back. 
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good product easy to work with.
good product easy to work with.
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material was very thin...
material was very thin
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I love this landscape fabric. It's easy to work with,...
I love this landscape fabric. It's easy to work with, light and durable, and is very effective in helping me 'chisel out' borders around my schrubs.
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I used it to cover drainage pipe. It let the...
I used it to cover drainage pipe. It let the water through and kept the dirt out!!!
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Great stuff, got it on sale great price.
Great stuff, got it on sale great price.
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