Agrofibre is a covering material made on the technology of “spunbond” ..

Due to its simple structure, this material passes sunlight, while protecting from UV light, and perfectly passes moisture. At the same time, light and moisture pass in such proportions that normalize the microclimate under it to the ideal. According to this, the plants and the ground covered with agrofibre feel much better in this environment and as a result, everything grows more efficiently and bears fruit. Areas of use spunbond are almost limitless, these are vegetable crops, fruit trees, and flowers.

The white type of agrofibre is a covering that is almost the same in use as plastic sheeting. That’s mean, it can cover greenhouses, but at the same time, it can be directly used for sheltering plants and trees. For the garden, from white fiber, you can make peculiar bags, hoods and warming it trees not only in the spring, but also throughout the winter. On the garden beds, you can either make different greenhouses, or just after sowing the culture to cover the land directly. The seedlings of the crops themselves will raise the spunbond, but if you wish, you can help by reducing the tension a little. While they clear the weeds, the fiber is easily removed and then back overlaid.

The use of agrofibres guarantees:

  • excellent frost protection for early crops;
  • optimal temperature and maintaining moisture under the canvas;
  • weather protection (wind, shower of hail, hurricanes);
  • protection from various insects, rodents and birds.

We offer the next types of covering canvas: 

Types of agrofibre (density, g/m2)


Temperature mode

Roll production

Products in packages

Agrofibre white 17, UV – 4%

The thinnest agrofibre has a weight of 17 grams per square. His and other thin types (19 and 23 m/m2.) are directly spread on the ground over planted seeds or seedlings. The advantage of thin agrofibres in high light transmission ability. Another plus of a spunbond with a density of 17 in its lightness, to wit, even the most fragile plants will easily lift such weight.

save only from frosts to -2 degrees Celsius.

1,6*50 m. (80 m.2)

1,6*100 m. (160 m.2)

1,6*500 m. (800 m.2)

1,6*10 м. (16 m.2)

Agrofibre white 19, UV – 4%

withstands frost to -3 degrees Celsius.

Agrofibre white 23, UV – 4%

withstands frosts to -4 degrees Celsius.

Agrofibre white 30, UV – 4%

Agrofibre weighing 30 g/m2 is more dense and designed for direct laying on the beds, and for the creation of tunnel greenhouses. Excellent protection of plants from wind, shower of hail, even snow. The difference is between the first types in the best fortress and slightly worse than the penetration of light. Spunbond weighing from 42 g/m2 more efficiently

frost protection to -5 degrees Celsius.

Agrofibre white 42, UV – 4%

frost protection to -7 degrees Celsius.

Agrofibre white 50, UV – 4%

The densest spunbond is very suitable for greenhouses and gardens. It is often used to cover bushes and trees during the winter, as well as to cover fields in winter, as an alternative to snow cover.

frost protection to -10 degrees Celsius.