Hessian has faced competition from alternative materials such as woven polypropylene, polyethylene and paper. However, availability is becoming more and more popular in modern times, and the environmental benefits of jute fabrics make this material a durable solution. It is still one of the most requested materials in the world and has implemented new innovative uses. Burlap is a traditional fiber made from jute plants. For 150 years, it has been an important packaging material in various industries.
Hessian rolls used to protect floor tiles or indoor or wooden rugs during decoration or renovation. It also generally uses a carpet support. During the curing process, the burlap can be wetted to control the moisture content of the concrete during pouring. The density of the material ensures that the moisture evaporates as expected, preventing damage from changes in temperature and moisture content.
Burlap is also a popular product among gardeners, which helps prevent plants from frosting in winter and is also completely natural, so it will not damage plants in other ways. The formwork or beam should be damaged due to collision, abrasion or corrosion. Hessian rolls is a coarse fabric made from natural fibers, usually made from jute plants. Burlap is often called burlap and can be made from jute fibers, cotton and sisal, which makes the fabric tight to very visible and open. Although the origin and original use of Hessian is very old, it can only be used for the production of Hessian roll.
Customary uses include:
- Jute bags are used to package products such as rice, coffee beans and potatoes. The woven nature of the fabric allows the contents to breathe and is therefore very suitable for products sensitive to humidity.
- Burlap sandbags can hold a lot of sand to prevent water damage to the property. They are the longest and most reliable method of flood control.
- Anti-freeze-burlap fabrics are widely used in the gardening and construction industries to protect materials from the harmful effects of cold.
- The biodegradable properties of jute fabrics make it ideal for applications that require products to be recycled or degraded.
- The fabric can be used for a variety of agricultural purposes, such as seed protection, landscaping and weed control.
- Countless textile applications are also available, such as carpet support and furniture support.
Burlap bags and fabrics also have countless “non-traditional uses,” including:
- Bags are the ideal accessory for any school sports day or recreational activity.
- Acoustically used, thick material absorbs the sounds that musicians use in soundproofed rooms
- Home accessories such as chair covers can give furniture a peculiar and unique appearance.
- The scarecrow in Hessian helps keep birds away from fields and gardens
- Attachment bags that can be filled with plants and vegetables
Burlap made from natural materials
Linen bags consist of coarsely woven natural plant fibers that are strong enough to withstand the demand for large quantities of cargo bags. The natural fiber materials used to manufacture these materials come from the skin of jute plants. This long, shiny, semi-soft vegetable fiber is spun into thick, thick and strong threads from which many products such as ropes, nets and fabrics are made, to name just a few. Because of its breathable properties, it is an ideal choice for the transport of fruits and vegetables, which is why it is still widely used today.
There are good reasons why hessian (also known as burlap or jute) is so popular in the garden. It is cheap, biodegradable, and solves various plant problems. The natural texture of the jute is undoubtedly great.
Quality: The quality of the burlap can vary considerably, from thick and wide weavings (suitable for the protection of outdoor plants) to finer weavings for sewing and decoration projects.
Odor: Generally, inexpensive burlap has a unique (natural) odor. Many sewing workshops are equipped with deodorized burlap.
Environmentally friendly: natural flax (jute) is biodegradable and will gradually decompose if it is buried in the garden. The dense braid is hydrophobic.
When choosing a burlap for the garden, choose pure natural fibers that are not dyed, bleached, or chemically treated.
The use of burlap to protect plants in winter is quite controversial, perhaps because the way the burlap is used is not always correct. The goal is to prevent the wind from blowing and drying plants such as roses, shrubs and vines. Therefore, please form a burlap screen and a barrier with supports to block strong winds. I wrapped the burlap in a tomato cage like this and placed it on the plant.