Last modified on 16 November 2014, at 16:51

geotextile

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

geo- +‎ textile

NounEdit

geotextile (plural geotextiles)

  1. Plastic landscape fabric which allows movement of air, water, and fertilizer into the soil.
  2. 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.