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  • n. Plastic landscape fabric which allows movement of air, water, and fertilizer into the soil.
  • n. A tightly woven fabric used to restrict the flow of fine particles and contaminants while allowing water to pass through freely; used to protect drainage systems from clogging.


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  • Made from a complex structure of pentagonal "geotextile" nodes that sense and react to the audience and over two years in the making, the organic form is lit from within ....

    Cool Hunting

  • The recyclable synthetic sack material is a double-walled "geotextile" fabric that is permeable and allows dirt to drain and breathe.

    Fresh Picks: Highlights From the International Gift Fair in New York

  • The initial campaign target was $25,000 to test the Primary Filtration Layer, a geotextile that would restrain all the most repellent gunk from the pool.

    Turnstyle: Forget Google+, The +Pool Is Coming

  • Additionally, each one will be accompanied in their slow, nomadic journey with “three-dimensionally woven geotextile bags” that not only reinforce the surrounding soil but will also be used as “allotments for prize-winning vegetables” or “a personal space for sunbathing.”

    The Retreating Village

  • Coir geotextile is the natural solution to soil erosion and soil degradation and Coir Pith is used as soil conditioner and an effective medium for plant growth.

    Fab Fabrics: Coconut Fiber

  • * HESCO Concertainer is a prefabricated, multi-cellular system, made of galvanised steel Weldmesh and lined with non-woven polypropylene geotextile.

    Scott's story: Mooches

  • Afterwards the mosaics were covered with layers of geotextile, sand and pumice, whereas all mortared wall sections were also wrapped in geotextile and filled with sand and pumice behind brick walls.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - On Site Conservation Report 9

  • By the end of the week all floors were freed of rubble, the swimming pool was completely exposed, and the protective layer composed of geotextile, sand, and pumice above the floors unearthed in 2003 removed.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Roman Baths Report 8

  • At the end of the week, the floors of the newly excavated rooms were covered with geotextile and filled with pumice and sand.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos 2003 - Roman Baths Report 8

  • At the end of the 1999 campaign, the season's conservation team covered the mosaic with layers of geotextile, polyethylene sheet, sand, and pumice for protection.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - On Site Conservation Report 2


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