Coconut fibre Erosion Control Coir Mesh gives immediate protection against soil and seed loss caused by wind and rain erosion, and promote the establishment of vegetation.
ProCoir™ Mesh is an open weave, pure coconut, erosion control mat designed for use in areas where plants are slow to establish or with highly erosive environments and harsh climate conditions.
Coir Mesh controls soil loss and promotes sedimentation, creating a micro-climate that is favourable to plant growth. It shelters seedlings against windrock and decomposes slowly to provide prolonged protection.
Product Range Includes:
Features and Benefits
Typical applications of coir mesh, include riverbanks and drainage channels, exposed sites such as uplands or coasts, wildflower areas in need of restoration, and recreation areas where abrasion is high.
• Erosion Control
• Stream Bank Stabilization
• Soil Erosion Control
• River Embankments
Installation of ProCoir™ Mesh is simple.
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