Landscape Fabric with Template Holes - 5 Ounce Heavy Duty | Bootstrap Farmer

Landscape Fabric Template w/ 8" OC Pre-cut Holes

Hole Spacing

Minimize weeding and time burning holes with our heavy duty landscape fabric template.  Get superior control of your weeds without the use of chemicals or manual weeding allowing you free up your time for more productive tasks.

  • Pre-cut holes spaces every 8".  Especially optimal for use with 30" bed. 
  • Made of tightly woven super heavy duty 5oz polypropylene plastic
  • UV Stabilized for long lasting protection
  • Water, Air and Nutrient permeable
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  • A picture you have on your Amazon product listing says the "total hole width" is 30". However with 8" OC spacing (which I'm assuming stands for "on center") and 2.5" diameter holes, "total hole width" should come to 34.5". Can you tell me which is correct? 8" OC seems to mean that the bed will have to be arced higher to ensure plants aren't growing in the path and therefore the middle 6" of the 18" paths between rows won't be covered by material (assuming standard market gardener 48" bed+path setup). I have 30" beds and plant garlic into them with 5.5" spacing and 5 plants per row- that amounts to a "total hole width" of ~24". This leaves a few inches of bed slope to either side of my edge plants before it becomes path (because you can't run path at the edge of a garlic stalk). I'm interested in your product, but I need to know whether the hole distance is actually 30" from edge to edge or 34.5". Thanks!

    34" is the measurement from hole edge to hole edge.  30" is the measurement from hole middle to hole middle.  There is 8" of blank space on the each edge.   Hope this simplistic answer cleared all that up!

  • Why do you suggest that this is optimal for 30" beds when it's 48" wide? That's a tough sell cutting a lot of 30" lengths and pinning them together OR discarding the extra 18" OR folding it under OR running it into the paths...

    They are meant to be run into the paths to keep weeds from growing there as well.  We know not all preferences are the same...

  • How long does this fabric last?

    It should last for over 20 years under normal conditions.