🤠 ROTBLOC Q & A: Send is your questions and we will post the answers!
Common practice farmers have tried, which have failed them is using a plastic bag 👈 swipe left.
1. Q: “Why can’t I use a plastic bag?” A: Thin plastic is not made to withstand the UVA pressure and elements and will break down and shred fairly quickly. Also, white plastic is basically translucent (despite popular belief) and will act as a “greenhouse” effect underneath accelerating the heat growth of fungi on the wood.
2. Q: “Is it legal to use a plastic bag?” A: No. not above the ground-line bcuz it shreds under UVA pressure into the soil. The cheaper the plastic the more toxic it is. You can use one below the ground-line, but it’s not going to help in long run with ground-line rot.
3. Q: “Is tar toxic?” A: Yes. Tar is a natural substance. However it does thin and break down and is toxic. This was an original solution to his problem years ago especially in the south. Is it now banned in some counties.
Please send us your questions and we are happy to answer and post the answers.
ROTBLOC was engineered durable to withstand 🌞 #UVA
breakdown and penetration (white plastic and regular garbage bags will not stay intact against uva-they also shred). ROTBLOC is more affordable and easier to apply than tar, brush on chemicals, bitumen, etc.
ROTBLOC 👉 prevents the chemicals within conventional wood poles from leaching into your surrounding soil, and can double the service life of your wood poles & posts saving you time labor & money on pole replacements.
ROTBLOC 👉 is made from ♻️ 100% recycled material and is 100% recyclable.
ROTBLOC 👉 Can cost you as low as $0.74 cents per pole which can double the service life of your wood poles non-toxically, relative to any species, size, shape and diameter. Save your time, money, labor & resources.
ROTBLOC 👉 Installs on your job site in 60 sec. or less.
ROTBLOC 👉 is certified for #organic
applications with the WSDA and #Canada
🇨🇦 We recommend you wrap the untreated, debarked and dry poles and posts at least 26” below the ground line.