Nonwoven Fabric are used effectively for optimising the productivity of crops, gardens and greenhouses. Their protective nature means that the need for pesticides is reduced and manual labour is kept to a minimum.

The use of nonwoven crop covers on the land increases yields and improves the quality of the crops. Very light, flexible sheets are laid over seed beds, which create a microclimate in which the heat and humidity are controlled. The growth of the plants is accelerated and they are protected from adverse weather conditions and vermin.

In capillary mat applications, Nonwoven Fabric promote the healthy growth of flowers and vegetables in greenhouses by using soil-less growing methods.

Agriculture industry use spunbond fabrics for crop production, the fabric has specialized UV absorbers/ stabilizers incorporated in it which ensures protection and sunrays. It is also used in manufacturing soil cover film, non-woven fruit protection bags etc.


  • Protect plants from frost, snow, hail, strong wind and insects
  • Allow earlier plantation - Increase crop cycles per season, crop yields and profits
  • Reduce moisture loss through the soil
  • Reduce the risk of cross pollination
  • Exceptional permeability - Allow water, air and nutrients to penetrate
  • Reduce the need for insecticides, pesticides, herbicides and chemical treatment
  • Light-weighted so as not to prevent plant growth
  • Fabrics with high strength, durability and elasticity
  • Weed control
  • Apertures between the intersecting fibres of nonwoven sheets which are big enough to allow air and water to reach the crop but small enough to keep out insects.


  • Plant protection
  • Seed blankets
  • Weed control fabrics
  • Greenhouse shading
  • Root control bags
  • Biodegradable plant pots
  • Capillary matting
  • Landscape fabric


Sizes Maximum Width 3.2 M (Multiplelayers can be joined)
Weight 15 GSM to 30 GSM and above
Packing 500 m to 2000 m and above
UV Protection 2% or 3% UV Protection, UV Protection For 2 Years