Coir logs are made of interwoven coconut fibers that are bound together with biodegradable netting. Coir logs come in various lengths and diameters.
Coir logs are made of interwoven coconut fibers that are bound together with biodegradable netting. Coir logs come in various lengths and diameters. The coir logs are widely used in stream banks, wetlands and uplands. They provide initial physical protection to the site while vegetation becomes established and natural protection takes over. The logs act as a substrate for plant growth once the log decay process starts and protects native and newly installed plants growing adjacent to the log.
- Shoreline and stream bank stabilization and prevents erosion
- Provisions/holes for plant growth
- Provides stability and protection till natural vegetation is established
- 100% biodegradable and environment friendly
|Weight||400–1200 GSM (gm./m2)|
|Size||3.28 (W) x 98.43 (L) ft.|
|Thickness||5 – 15 mm|
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