Mulch film made from biodegradable thermoplastic materials based on starches OGM free (Novamont Mater-Bi ).
ECOPAC FILM at the end can be worked into soil or sent to composting facility, reducing drastically the costs of removal, disposal and processing.
It allows therefore an effective mulch, healthy and protective, offering an inexpensive solution to the farmer attentive to environmental issues.
The conditions of use, the biodegradability and no- phytotoxicity of intermediates substances of degradation have been tested positively during a four- year research project in collaboration with major European institutes (BIOPLASTICS).
Deep-black film produced from a polyethylene blend, designed to ensure excellent mechanical strength to tear, perforation and trample, allowing complete removal from the field after the use.
GOBLIN BLACK is produced in compliance with the UNI EN 13655 and, upon request, can be perforated or microperforated.
Film designed for a double purpose: a measured transparency in the visible radiation and in the short infrared allow an effective soil solarization and a low PAR transmittance limits the development of weeds making possible that the film stays on the soil as mulch even at cultivation stage, when soil heating promotes faster crop development and earlier yields.
The films SOLARIZATION SEMI-DARK are in compliance with the UNI EN 13655, as applicable, and, upon request, can be perforated or microperforated
Mulch film featuring an excellent soil heating to promotes early yields through transparency in the short infrared band and at the same time weeds growth inhibitor by selective block of the solar spectrum that most contributes to photosynthesis of weeds.
PHOTOSELECTIVE GREEN films are produced in compliance with the UNI EN 13655, as applicable, and, upon request, can be perforated or microperforated.
Black EVA / C mulch film, having higher characteristics of opacity than those indicated by the norm UNI EN 13655, combining characteristics of durability, elasticity even at low temperatures, resistance to tear and laceration, making it suitable for a long-term use in vineyards, orchards, white asparagus, nurseries and trees reforestation.