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3ft X 50f Weed Barrier Landscape Fabric $17.49 + Free Shipping

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Doubtless Bay via Amazon [amazon.com] has 3ft X 50f Weed Barrier Landscape Fabric, Durable & Heavy-Duty Weed Block Gardening Mat on sale for $17.49 when you apply 50% off coupon code 50DBARRIER at checkout. Shipping is free.

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A decade later you'll regret getting this
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A decade later you'll regret getting this
Why? lol
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Why? lol
It'll start resurfacing and making a huge mess that'll be a whole lot of work to clean up. Its trashed my whole yard pretty much.
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If you get this change the seller to 'Doubtless Bay'. Coupon doesn't work with the other seller (which was default for me)
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It'll start resurfacing and making a huge mess that'll be a whole lot of work to clean up. Its trashed my whole yard pretty much.
I never would have guessed, but you are right! Previous owners of my house used it extensively. I dunno how long it's been there, but bits and pieces have worked their way up everywhere! Not in some disintegrating kind a way, but edges and bunched areas visible....AND weeds still grow through it regularly! Removing it isn't that bad, but it's still some work. I think a deep mulch layer is a better way to go over using something like this and just enough dirt and mulch or whatever to cover it
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Woven doesn't seem to be the best choice for weed guard. Nonwoven / non perforated seems to be the better choices. I bought this for use behind wire mesh for air supply for compost cages.
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I recommend you don't buy this. It's made of woven polypropylene, and as others said, it'll make your life difficult in the future for the reasons mentioned above. Any type of plastic landscape fabric will be awful to deal with. The previous homeowners of my house used thick non-woven plastic sheets under the mulch, and it was just as bad. Just put down a thick layer of mulch/gravel without landscape fabric and just deal with the occasional weeds. With mulch, for added protection you might want to put a layer of gravel down first, and then the mulch.
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Yeah, I do not recommend this. Gravel/mulch works pretty good, bit we also use cardboard and sometimes newspapers, but not all plants like ink.
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I use this type of weed barrier between the rows in my vegetable and herb gardens to keep weeds down, and it's ideal for that application. It handles foot traffic well, and I can even drag buckets down it without it ripping. This is a great price for it, in for 3!
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Do not get woven. Not only does it clog and not let water through, it shreds and makes a mess.
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