Jute Netting Erosion Control Mesh Blanket (4' x 225' Roll)
- Size: 4 feet wide x 225 feet long
- Roll Size: Each roll is 48 inches wide x 225 ft long
- Each jute roll can cover approximately 900 sq ft
- Material: 100% natural, biodegradable jute
- Comparable to jute sold at Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart, and other irrigation supply stores
Biodegradable: Unlike traditional straw blankets that are made with plastic netting, Sandbaggy's jute netting rolls are 100% biodegradable, which reduces damage to the environment
- Installed to prevent slope erosion on slopes up to 2:1 (26.6-degree angle)
Perfect for keeping sandy soil in place
- Holds soil down to prevent runoff when it rains
- Keeps soil intact for seeds to sprout when rain comes
Life expectancy: 1-2 yrs or longer depending on the site conditions
- Great for erosion control or new seeding
- Secured to the ground using landscape staples
- 1 roll of jute netting requires 250 sod staples
- 30-day return policy
- Free shipping: arrives in 4 business days (2 rolls or fewer), anywhere in continental USA
- Shipments of 3 jute rolls or more will take 1-2 weeks (pallet shipment)
- Prepare the soil by grading or raking the area free of clods and large stones
- A Bobcat or tractor may be needed for large jobs
- Do not compact
- If using fertilizer, add it to the soil before grading
- Seeds and mulch (if required) should be distributed evenly over the prepared soil
- Jute Netting should be applied by unrolling down the slope or in the direction of water-flow
- Dig a trench across the top of the slope
- This trench should be 6 inches by 6 inches
- Install the jute netting in the trench
- Place at least 12 inches of the roll above the trench (further up the slope)
- Space each staple about a foot apart inside the trench
- Once staples are installed inside the trench, backfill and compact dirt inside the trench
- Bring the extra 12 inches of the jute roll (on step 5) and cover the trench area
- Use additional staples (1 foot apart) secure
- Place staples 18" to 24" apart throughout to secure matting to ground
- All staples must be driven flush with soil surface
- Always overlap the edges 2" to 6"
- At the end of each roll, fold back 4" to 9" of the matting
- Overlap this 4" to 8" over the start of the next roll
- Securely staple the two layers to the ground
Jute netting erosion control rolls are an eco-friendly soil stabilizer.
Made from natural plant fibers, the properties of jute netting make it the most natural, affordable, and practical means to keep soil in place and prevent run-off on slopes.
Fully biodegradable jute netting rolls are an ideal method to stop erosion and keep soil in place until plant have established roots in the soil.
Jute netting provides great coverage for all terrains, especially slopes, and satisfies DOT guidelines and specifications.
From controlling erosion to stabilizing slopes, jute mesh blankets will get the job done.
Grown from jute plants, jute netting is 100% biodegradable, providing an environmentally friendly method of erosion control.
- Erosion control: protecting landfill slopes, embankments, drainage ditches
- Stabilizing sand dunes, sod, river/stream banks, channels, shorelines
- Environmental protection: hydroseeding, reclaiming wetland areas, landscaping, wasteland restoration, re-vegetation
Other names for Jute Netting: Erosion Control Matting, Erosion Control Blanket, and Erosion Blanket
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Great product; made a significant difference holding back soil erosion
This was my first time using a jute product. We have a fairly steep yard and after the deluge of rain we have had the past few months in upstate South Carolina, gullies and small creeks were starting to form. We watched a video on erosion control and the expert was using jute. Jute properties were just what we wanted; absorbs water and forms to the contours of the ground; has strong course fibers that trap soil and keep it from washing away; is woven in a mesh pattern that makes it easy to separate and get plant roots through it and into the ground this coming spring; and it decomposes in 18-24 month, just long enough for plants to take root. Very happy with the results.