There are several uses for fully biodegradable mulch

Release time:2023-10-16 Number of views: 128

Nowadays, there are many biodegradable materials, including biodegradable mulch film, what are the uses of biodegradable mulch film?

As people are increasingly aware of the dangers of disposable non-degradable plastic film, the state has introduced various policies to protect the land. For example, with subsidies, people can use degradable or fully degradable plastic films to reduce their pollution. Below, we will introduce you to the use of this degradable film, and analyze the question "how long does it take to completely degrade the film?"

Description of the use of biodegradable material mulch:

First, the difference between degraded plastic film and ordinary plastic film.

Compared with ordinary plastic film, the global production of fully degraded plastic film has little difference in use, which can be laid by machinery or manual laying, and the effect of heat preservation and moistening is the same.

The main difference is that: (1) the fully degraded mulch film can be determined by technology to break the time, without manual picking, and can be naturally degraded into water, carbon dioxide and soil fertility in the natural environment, which will not affect the next step of farming and will not cause pollution.
Types of completely degradable plastic film.

The choice of degradable plastic films varies by region and crop. Tailored to the crop and growing area, the Plastic Support Center is ready to test garlic, tobacco, cotton, peanuts, potatoes and other crops.

Application of completely degradable mulch film.

Because the degradable mulch is a custom product, it needs to be applied to the corresponding crop within the specified time, according to the instructions for use, to ensure that the degradable mulch can work properly and degrade on time.

Degradation process of completely degraded mulch film.

The degradation process of degradable mulch film can be divided into three stages: induced cracking, cracking, crushing and non-film cracking. After utilization, it can be directly ploughed into soil without affecting crop growth in the next season.