Burlap Roll 7oz Plain 36"x100 yds

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Weight: 37.00 lbs
Biodegradeable weed barrier under mulch. Cover seeds to increase germination. Lightweight frost protection. Silt fence for erosion control. Wrap tree roots when transplanting. Wrap the bottom of a small tree trunk to protect it from field mice and rabbits. Cover compost in the fall and winter Use as a tarp to pile yard debris on, drag from one place to another. Burlap has been a traditional gardening essential for generations because it is so strong, versatile, and economical. Natural burlap is tear resistant and stands repeated wetting drying with minimum loss of durability. We have always sold the finest quality heavy-weight burlap that is untreated to be safe for the environment and biodegradeable. The uses for this quality material is only limited to your imagination. Stock up now for this growing season. 36" W x 300' L.

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100 yd roll, 7oz. sq yd., untreated, 36" W.

    FAQ

    QUESTION: How long will it last. Answer: Due to varying temperature, climate and uses across the country there is no certain answer. It may last one month or a few months depending on usage. QUESTION: Can untreated burlap be used to cover plant material during the winter? Answer: Yes, burlap has widely been used to help protect plants from harsh winter conditions. We do recommend staying with the untreated burlap, some plants may be sensitive to the copper sulphate solution used on the treated burlap.

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

5 Stars

Great Product - Great Price Eric from FL wrote March 07, 2019

The title says it all well worth picking up

5 Stars

Burlap Roll Ellen Senghas from MA wrote September 11, 2018

Not so easy to find untreated burlap in this neck of the woods. This order arrived promptly- so important as we wanted to prevent washout and secure a large bank of newly seeded wildflowers.