Hi hlpplz. Thank you for your question. For detailed information on any fire rating for the Vigoro Weed Barrier Landscape Fabric, please contact Customer Service at: 254-753-5353. There is no fire rating listed on the label of this product. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC
Yes, here is a picture of the ones I used on my garden that I purchased at Home Depot. They were relatively inexpensive.
Hi, Wolverine - Yes, this fabric is kinda papery, more so than fabricky, but that should be about what you'd use for your project. There are perforations all over so water should drain just fine. We have used it in a number of applications, and I can testify that it is a long-lasting material, and works well in just such an instance. Good luck!
Generally speaking the rock will not tear or piece the fabric unless you really stress it (jump on it or try to lift the fabric with the rock still on it).
I would recommend to treat soil with weed b gone or your choice. I treated the soil x3 before laying out weed blocker
Try to kill the bush first. Chop it off with an axe or reciprocating saw just a little below the dirt surface. Cover and add the weed barrier. Sometimes it will continue to come through a bit. Just keep treating the plant to eventually kill it.
I did not find it necessary to do the spraying. But again, i am not a professional. Just a lay household person.
I am sure you could, but I would wrap it a few times with the fabric just give it a little thickness.
No, this is not intended for use as a filter fabric for retaining walls.
Don't know. But, it's underneath mulch, rock, etc. I doubt color matters much.