Black Mulch Film

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Black Mulch Cover Film is a product used to suppress weed and conserve water in crop production and landscaping. Plastic mulches also act as a barrier to keep methyl bromide, both a powerful fumigant and ozone depleted, in the soil. Crops grow through slits or holes in thin plastic sheeting. Plastic mulch is used in conjunction with drip irrigation. This method is predominant in large scale vegetable growing, with millions of acres cultivate under plastic mulch worldwide each year. Canada Covers brings you High Quality Mulch Cover that has higher elongation and does not easily break down. Its high elongation and high tear strength make it easier to remove after use.

Category: Agriculture

Additonal Information

SPECIFICATIONS
BLACK MULCH COVER FILM
RESIN RESIN POLYETHYLENE PE
COLOUR BLACK
WEIGHT 18-28 GSM
THICKNESS 0.9 MIL TO 1.6 MIL
WIDTH 4 FT
ROLL LENGTH 4000 FT & 6000FT
ROLL WEIGHT 27 KG
CORE TYPE 3” CARDBOARD
SKIDS PER CONTAINER 36-44
PACKAGING CLEAR POLY BAG
ROLL PROFILE FLAT FABRIC
UV PROTECTION 6 MONTHS

Benefits

  • Earlier Planting Dates
  • Soil Moisture Retention
  • Reduction in Leaching of Fertilizer
  • Improved Crop Quality
  • Weed Management
  • Reduction in Soil Compaction & Root Damage

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Black Mulch Film

Canada Covers's Black Mulch Film is used to suppress weeds while also conserving water in both crop production and landscaping. It acts as a barrier to keep methyl bromide, a powerful fumigant and ozone-depleting substance, in the soil. It is used in conjunction with drip irrigation to provide optimal growing conditions for the plants. Canada Covers brings you a high quality Black Mulch Film with a higher elongation level and tear strength which allows user to remove and reuse our Film the for next season.   [/cmsmasters_text][/cmsmasters_column][/cmsmasters_row]

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