biodegradable mulch film.

biodegradable mulch films – germinating ideas.

Just like human life forms, nurturing and nourishing plants in their formative stages optimizes their healthy growth to maturity. Planting row crops under biodegradable ‘plastic’ mulch film creates an ideal microclimate for optimal early growth to help obtain higher yields. With Coverfields’ pedigree in sustainable agricultural practices, our biodegradable mulch film leaves no on trace on the earth at the end of its life cycle.

Planting under film can optimize early growth to increase crop yields by:

  • providing an earlier start to sowing and earlier germination
  • storing soil moisture
  • increasing soil temperature
  • preventing evaporation
  • reducing water usage
  • reducing soil compaction
  • reducing fertilizer leaching.

Sustainability is at the heart of all we do, producing certified biodegradable film that performs.

science meets sustainability.

When it comes to sustainable agtech solutions, Coverfields certified biodegradable mulch film is the cream of the crop, offering a high-quality, planet-friendly option at a down-to-earth cost.

Coverfields’ agricultural mulch film has been scientifically developed to ensure a fully degradable product that leaves zero chemical residue and no environmental impact.

Using our innovative technology, Coverfields biodegradable mulch film gradually breaks down naturally via UV rays, moisture, pH in soil and enzymes. Coverfields can manufacture film to specific degradation times matched to your crops’ growth periods, from 30 to 120 days.

Over the years, our advances in sustainable agricultural technology have been refined in partnership with renowned academic institutions, including the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, the University of Mississippi and Australia’s renowned CSIRO and the University of Technology Sydney.

Coverfields Biodegradable mulch film

days of flexible degradation time

greener pastures.

Beyond our innovations as agricultural film manufacturers, the Coverfields team has projects in development that will help make further advances in sustainable agricultural technology. We are currently working with a leading Australian university on a trailblazing new biodegradable polymer created from crop waste, an excellent example of circular economy manufacturing. Using this technology, crop wastes will ultimately be used to grow new crops and return valuable nutrients to the soil.