can you buy metronidazole or tinidazole over the counter is one of the leading provider of synthetic pine straw also known as can i buy metronidazole or tinidazole over the counter, or fake pine straw in Mississippi and the Southeastern states.
Made of Recyclable Material
The artificial pine straw is made from recycled polypropylene plastic. This plastics common use is drinking straws, yogurt, ice cream, syrup, and ketchup bottles. It is one of the safer plastic products as it does not absorb chemicals or water. The plastic is easy to recycle and hence you can be confident that your landscape and the environment will not have contaminates when you use our synthetic pine straw.
Highlights of Synthetic Pine Straw
Just like natural pine mulch, synthetic pine straws main use is for both industrial, residential and commercial properties. The highlights of the product are:
Why Go with Synthetic Pine Straw over Organic Pine Straw
While we do sell organic pine straw, can u buy tinidazole over the counter andtinidazole over the counter walgreens, and are ready to deliver it at any time, we acknowledge that Textraw comes with a few advantages over the natural product. The following are some considerations when you decide on your straw.
Pine straw immediately starts to decompose and lose color after installation. As such, you will have to focus more on maintenance as you top dress and add new straw to maintain appearance. Moreover, the old pine straw typically becomes matted with moisture and becomes a fertile bed for weeds. As a result, pine straw has a replacement average of twice a year with new pine straw that adds in new material and labor.
Comparing Costs between Pine Straw and Synthetic Pine Straw
Synthetic typically costs more for a bale that covers an area of about the same square feet as it compares to organic pine straw. Organic costs significantly less and spreads over an area of 35 square feet. Given the higher cost of the synthetic straw, its main use is by commercial clients. However, the artificial pine straw does provide more value over the long run compared to the natural pine. Moreover, the synthetic only needs replacement after about five years of usage in comparison too the organic.
Savings in Materials and Labor
Gulf South Pine straw commits to saving you money while providing the best product possible. Our artificial pine straw will save you a lot of money in materials and labor. Unlike the pine mulch that deteriorates in appearance, has a lot of variation in texture and color and needs replacement every few months. The synthetic pine only needs installation once, and it looks as good as new for years. With the artificial pine, the only maintenance cost will be fluffing rather than a replacement. Your landscaper will thus have more time to improve the aesthetics of the property. You will generally realize the cost savings two years after installation even as the synthetic pine retains its original beauty and color.
Color and Coverage
The Textraw is usually rolled up and packaged into 20-pound bales that can cover an area of 45 square feet and be up to 3 inches deep. Unlike organic pine, the synthetic has ultraviolet inhibitors. This allows the straw to retain its color even in the harshest sunlight. The product has been run through many tests and been found to maintain their quality. All of the synthetic pine we deliver has one color that you specify when ordering. These colors will not vary from the reddish brown of spring to the lighter golden brown of fall that is typical with the organic product. At Gulf South Pine Straw we provide you with a wide range of colors to choose from depending on your taste and preference.
Fluffing is a requirement for every pine straw installation. It refers to the turning of the mulch. This allows the leaves and organic matter that have fallen on top of the mulch turn under the mulch and decompose. When using organic pine straw, fluffing is very difficult given that the straw becomes spongy and matted. Over time it will crumble and disintegrate when you try to fluff it. On the other hand, Textraw is very easy to fluff given that it does not deteriorate as fast.
Natural pine straw holds moisture which while preferable for your plants can also result in wood rot. Wet matted organic pine straw also tends to be quite warm. Moisture and the combination of wood rot and a friendly environment attracts termites. You will not have any problems with our artificial pine straw. Synthetic is not organic and hence will not hold any moisture or warmth. In short, it will not attract any termites that may destroy your plants or end up in your house.