1.0 Mil *White on Black* Embossed Plastic Mulch 60" (We are Sold out of smaller sizes)
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1.0 Mil is the most commonly used plastic mulch for growing vegetable crops. * Sold out of 36", 48" & 54" * We apologize; we do not expect another shipment until August.
We sell high quality Plastic Mulch Film by Ginegar Plastics, Inc. Their manufacturing process is superior over all others.
Our large growers Love this Plastic. "This is great plastic. Much better than Poly Experts and Berry Plastics." Bailey Farms, NC
Pull down arrow to choose size from 36", 48", 54" or 60" widths.
Excellent Product. An ultra reflective white top white layer reduces stress on heat sensitive crops by decreasing the soil temp and provides additional light reflection to the underside of the crop.
We only carry the highest quality plastic mulch. These are embossed which makes them easier to lay down and less likely to rip.
Great for late tomatoes and peppers.
· The black layer stops weed growth under the plastic.
· Great for late tomatoes and peppers. The white side prevents tender plants from burning in the sun during late plantings (Mid to late Summer)
· You may flip the plastic and use the black side on top.
· 16 Rolls per pallet.
· 1.25 mil is also available
What is Embossed Plastic Mulch?
Embossed plastic has visible diamond patterns on the surface, which give the plastic a wrinkled appearance. This mulch is generally more resistant to damage due to punctures, wind fatigue and cracking than non-embossed mulches. The 'diamonds' are extra protection and make the plastic stronger. Slick Plastic will generally not hold up as well.
Most common agricultural mulches include black, white and white on black, which may be used with either side facing upward, depending on the specific need. Clear mulch is used when most rapid soil warming is needed, but weeds will grow below it, thereby limiting its usefulness. White mulch reflects solar radiation and is used where soil cooling is desired, such as establishing fall crops during the heat of summer. Research has shown that white or aluminum reflective mulch also repels aphids, which spread some virus diseases in vine crops such as squash. Various other colors of mulch may affect plant growth in a positive way.
Ginegar’s mulch films are advanced multi-layer mulch films that are manufactured using two methods – multi-layer blow film co-extrusion and cast (flat die) extrusion. Offering UV protection, these films are available either embossed (cast) or smooth (blown) and in a wide range of thicknesses and widths according to specific growers’ needs, specifications and crops.