Farmers have a tough life – up early and working late, dealing with animals and the weather and other challenges, so we like to make their lives a little easier.
Mulch films are the cover over the soil which commonly used for weed suppression in fruit and vegetables along with the plantations in the field, protects plants from direct contact with the ground so the crop remains clean which means less diseases while controlling soil temperature and allow rapid root growth.
n modern-day agriculture mulch films accelerate the growth of plants, retain water, prevent weeds and increase crop yields. Yet after the harvest, the collection of conventional PE mulch films is very labour intensive and has to be done with great care. Leftover PE mulch films deteriorate soil quality over time and hinder the growth of crops.
Mulch films are used to modify soil temperature, limit weed growth, prevent moisture loss, and improve crop yield as well as precocity. Because of their thickness, use of pigments and their exposure to high solar irradiation, mulch films require proper light and thermal stabilizers with intermediate chemical resistance.