Cardboard Tree Guard 2 Litre (250pk)

Product Code: 30-TGC2L

GEOmasta® 2L Cardboard Tree Guards are a biodegradable cost effective way of protecting new tube stock revegetation project planting.

Description

GEOmasta® 2L Cardboard Tree Guards are a biodegradable cost effective way of protecting new tube stock revegetation project planting. The 2L cardboard carton guards will provide shelter for
young plants from wind and browsing animals during the early stages of growth. Being manufactured from cardboard similar to milk cartons, natural elements will break them down into the soil over time meaning you can leave them on site, not having to return to site to remove them.
• Totally biodegradable
• Easily installed with bamboo canes through the pre slotted guards
• Easy to store and transport
• Dimensions 95mmx95mmx300mm

Specifications

Applications

  • Establishing Growth
  • Landscaping
  • Park and Golf courses

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Description

GEOmasta® 2L Cardboard Tree Guards are a biodegradable cost effective way of protecting new tube stock revegetation project planting. The 2L cardboard carton guards will provide shelter for
young plants from wind and browsing animals during the early stages of growth. Being manufactured from cardboard similar to milk cartons, natural elements will break them down into the soil over time meaning you can leave them on site, not having to return to site to remove them.
• Totally biodegradable
• Easily installed with bamboo canes through the pre slotted guards
• Easy to store and transport
• Dimensions 95mmx95mmx300mm

Meet the Team

Raymond Chow has been involved with the geosynthetics industry for over 15 years. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Sydney, Raymond specializes in retaining wall designs, soft ground improvement, channel and slope protection, and on-site storm water management.

Raymond has been on various technical committees addressing geosynthetics, including testing, specification and durability issues.

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