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Tex-R and Tex-Pro Series

Derived from a patented technology, the Tex-R® membrane is composed of high-quality non-woven Texel fabric with a SpinOut® coating. On contact with the latter, young plants enter into a dormant stage and cease to grow. Over the last few years, Texel has developed a full product line featuring the advantages of Tex-R technology.

* Tex-RTM patent no 5,575,112. Certification No: EPA 67690-29
SpinOut® is a registered trademark of SePRO Corporation, Carmel, IN, USA (EPA 67690-29)

Product cut sheet - TEX-R SERIES

Tex-R Geodisc

Tex-R Geodisc blocks weed growth on the surface of production containers. It is however permeable to air and water. Weeding and the use of herbicides are thus virtually eliminated from your daily operations. To simplify use, the discs are precut for easy installation at the base of the trunk in growing pots of varying diameters.

Tex-R Insert

The Tex-R Insert® membrane is ideal to prevent roots emerging through the drainage holes of the growing container. Since the membrane is inserted between the two containers, the root system develops and grows stronger inside its growing container and not outside. The frequent rotation of pots is thus eliminated from your operations. In addition, the Tex-R Insert is permeable to air and water and is available in different formats compatible with 5-25 gallon containers.

Tex-R Propagation

The Tex-R Propagation® membrane is ideal to prevent the emergence, in the case of young plants in nurseries, of roots under growing containers and to avoid rooting outside the pots. The membrane is used on sand beds, inside containers or in benches. Rather than expanding outside the container, the root system develops and grows stronger inside the allocated growing space.


The TexPro-100 membrane is a woven product installed directly on the ground to prevent weed growth in production areas, or in selling zones, of container bushes and trees. It offers superior protection against ultraviolet rays and resists both tearing and perforation.