silt from entering channels, drains, and watercourses. This video shows how to build a silt fence.
The silt fence was designed to stop soil erosion that is caused by water runoff from the property’s boundary. They typically comprise a series of panels or sections connected with a permanent fence. Silt fencing allows water to pass through it, but does not allow dirt to wash away. This is why it can help in reducing runoff, and also keeps your landscape looking gorgeous.
Silt fencing requires digging small trenches (4 inches) deep on the property. The next step is to set up stakes made of wood within the trench. Next, install the silt fence at 0.77 meters over the existing bed. Then, fill the trench with fine sand and gravel for a compacted base layer. Now you have an easy diy silt fence.
Silt fencing is a fantastic way of preventing erosion of the property. These fences are cost-friendly as well as eco-friendly. They take much less time to put up.