THE FIRST USE of a plastic film in agriculture is said to date from 1948 when Prof. E.M. Emmert had no money to buy a glasshouse and covered a wooden structure with cellulose acetate film, which he replaced with polyethylene film some time later. The use of polymers in agriculture on a significant scale started in the early 1950s when low density polyethylene (LDPE) was used to replace paper for mulching vegetables.
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