Hessian is a plain cloth made wholly of jute with a single warp and weft interwoven, weighing no more than 576 grms/m2. Because it is made using natural fibres, it is entirely biodegradable. When laid over grass seeds, hessian can prevent the movement of the seeds during rainfall, runoff or wind.
All types of standard and non-standard hessian cloth are available: produced as per customer specification.
Jute geotextile is one of the most important diversified jute fabrics with potentially large-scale application. It is a cost-effective and 100% natural geosynthetic material which can be used for soil erosion control, weed control, vegetation consolidation, agro-mulching, reinforcement, and protection of riverbanks and embankments, land reclamation and in road pavement construction.
If you are considering using jute or hessian fabrics to tackle soil erosion, talk to the team at CoirGreen™ today.
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