Farming Sheeting (Mulch)

Mulches have been used in many forms for years with excellent results for the production of early, high quality vegetables. In addition to controlling weeds, mulches increase soil temperature, allowing you to plant and harvest earlier in the season. Mulches decrease watering frequency and prevent fertilizers from leaching by retaining soil moisture, saving you time and money!   Use the versatile Black Plastic Mulch for tomato, pepper, eggplant, vine crops, and many other crops. Specialty mulches have gained in popularity in recent years and are available in a variety of colors for specific purposes.

Red Mulch

Red Mulch is designed to increase yields of early season tomatoes and strawberries.

Blue Mulch

Blue Mulch has been shown in studies to increase yields up to 20% in vine crops like cucumbers, melons , and squash.

Metallic Mulch

Metallic Mulch disorients insects, reducing populations of insects in the field, and thereby insect damage and the spread of diseases from plant to plant. Translucent mulches, such as Olive Mulch, increase soil temperature higher than black plastic mulch, is the best for crops like melons and other vine crops.

Brown Mulch

Brown Mulch combines the best of black and olive mulches by raising soil temperatures higher than black mulch and providing better weed control than olive mulch.

Black Plastic Mulch

Black Plastic Mulch for tomato, pepper, eggplant, vine crops, and more.