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Extreme performance greenhouse films

 MICO Xtreme Green House performance films offer a new benchmark for greenhouse and walk-in tunnel cover solutions that require extreme performance. This portfolio of products offers solutions to fabricate extremely damage-resistant, large lay-flat films that help farmers protect and grow their fruit, vegetables and flowers – throughout the year. 

High greenhouse film integrity

MICO Xtreme Green House performance films enables converters to easily fabricate exceptionally tough films with very high dart impact and puncture resistance, and tensile strength at break for high-integrity greenhouse and walk-in tunnel covers. The films also exhibit excellent aging performance for long lasting, durable solutions.

It allows the fabrication of extremely damage-resistant large lay-flat films in wide width, typically 80-220 μm thick, that are ideal for greenhouse and walk-in tunnel covers. These tough films can withstand the rigors of installation and harsh, extreme weather.

Innovation opportunities

Sharing knowledge and implementing feedback helps us create differentiated, sustainable agricultural film solutions. By making extremely damage-resistant, extremely tough films possible, Exceed XP also opens the door for your further innovation opportunities such as downgauging or reduced film thickness while maintaining performance. 

Advantages of greenhouse film

  • Extends the growing season

  • Allows for year-round production of crops

  • Protects plants from extreme weather conditions

  • Improves plant growth and yield

  • Reduces the need for pesticides and herbicides

Types of greenhouse film

  • Clear film: The most common type of greenhouse film. It allows in the most light, but it also allows in the most heat.

  • Diffused film: This type of film has a milky appearance that diffuses the  light, reducing the amount of heat that is absorbed.

  • Tinted film: This type of film has a colored tint that reflects certain wavelengths of light, such as ultraviolet light. This can help to protect plants from pests and diseases.

  • Double-layer film: This type of film has two layers of film that are separated by a small air space. This helps to insulate the greenhouse and reduce heat loss.

How to choose the right greenhouse film

  • Consider the climate you live in. If you live in a cold climate, you will need a film that is well-insulated. If you live in a hot climate, you will need a film that is reflective.

  • Consider the type of plants you will be growing. Some plants need more light than others.

How to care for Mulch film

  • Clean the film regularly to remove dirt, debris, and algae.

  • Repair any tears or holes in the film as soon as possible.

  • Replace the film every 3-5 years, depending on the type of film and the climate you live in.


  • Greenhouse film is a valuable tool for growing healthy plants all year round.

  • There are many different types of greenhouse film available, so you can choose the right one for your needs.