Hay Bale - 800mm x 400mm x 500mm

Product Code: 30-HAY

Straw hay bale sold in 800 x 400 x 500 mm bales. Hay bales are often used on the work site as a permeable barrier across minor drainage paths, swales and channels.

Description

Hay Bales are often used on site as a permeable barrier across minor drainage paths, swales and channels.

Pallet Qty: 20 bales

All options available

30-HAY Hay Bale – 800mm x 400mm x 500mm
30-HBBS Hay Bale Bag

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Applications

  • Revegetation and planting projects
  • Use as mulch or for erosion control
  • Use a permeable silt barrier
  • Gardens and food production
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    Description

    Hay Bales are often used on site as a permeable barrier across minor drainage paths, swales and channels.

    Pallet Qty: 20 bales

    All options available

    30-HAY Hay Bale – 800mm x 400mm x 500mm
    30-HBBS Hay Bale Bag

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

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