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How to break the weeding problem when the herbicide is disabled?

  • Author:Junqian Nonwoven
  • Source:Junqian Nonwoven
  • Release on:2019-08-27
Farmers who are used to spraying herbicidesare at a loss, do not spray, the fields are overgrown, and they may facepunishment.

In fact, there is no need to worry at all,because in recent years, Aiwei Agricultural Research Team has conductedin-depth research on weeding problems(Weed Stopper Fabric Manufacturer) and developed a new type of environmental protection grass-proof cloth. This new environmental protection grass-proof cloth uses special high-polymerization molecules. The physical principle affects the photosynthesis of weeds, so that weeds cannot root and germinate,and the herbicide rate reaches over 90%. Ai Wei Nong anti-grass cloth canadjust the life cycle according to the actual use requirements, and can be automatically degraded after one cycle, without any impact on the soil environment.

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Ai Wei Nong's new anti-grass cloth(Garden Weed Fabric Wholesale) looks alot like traditional plastic mulch, but it is much stronger than plastic mulch.After a large number of planting base tests, Aiwei Nong's new environmental protection anti-grass cloth not only has all the advantages of ordinary mulch(Weed Barrier Mat Factory),but also has water permeability, water retention, temperature regulation,ventilation, long-term efficiency, ease of use and economy. And many other characteristics can improve soil water content, facilitate rhizosphere permeability, beneficial microbial reproduction and soil nutrient decomposition, improve croprhizosphere microenvironment, have certain ventilation effect and temperature effect, and are conducive to crop yield increase and increase.

Have you learned the new technology of physical weeding?