Advanced Micro Polymers Inc.

Natural Polymers to help preserve our environment
About Liquid Mulch
Liquid Mulch is used by growers and landscapers to prevent new weed seeds from germinating.  It is also used to help prevent soil erosion, retain moisture, keep soild fertilizers from being scattered and reduce damage caused by pests.  Mulching is one of the most important ways to maintain healthy plants.  In some instances, Liquid Mulch is applied primarily to reduce water loss in potted plants or to reduce the number of pests.  When applied correctly, Liquid Mulch has many beneficial effects.
Liquid Mulch is a concentrate that is diluted before use.  It is sprayed or poured onto the soil and dries to form a durable, permeable film that allows the plant to breathe and also allows water to penetrate.  New weed seeds that fall onto the surface do not germinate because they remain dry.  Often they simply blow away in the wind.

Exisiting plants and seeds planted in the soil under the Liquid Mulch film are not affected and grow freely.

Several grades of Liquid Mulch are available.  Each grade is designed to meet the specific needs of that type of application.  There is a grade for: greenhouse applications, nurseries, landscaping, city parks and railways.
Liquid Mulch is available in three colours: Natural colour, which is a light grey; Cedar red, designed to be similar to cedar bark mulch and Black, as shown in the picture.  These colours can be mixed to obtain various shades. For example, by mixing black and cedar red a terra cotta type colour can be obtained.
Liquid Mulch is completely natural.  It is made from modified corn, wheat, potatoe, soy and cellulose products.  It will degrade naturally in about 3 to 8 months depending on the amount that was applied and depending on the weather.  The Liquid Mulch Film will last longer during dry seasons and will degrade faster during wet seasons.
Contact us for a free demonstration or for more information.  You may also visit the Liquid Mulch page.