Mulch film is a layer of material applied to the soil surface for the conservation of soil moisture, reduction of weed growth, improving the soil fertility and health, and enhancing the visual appeal of crop area. Mulch is usually organic in nature and it may be temporary (bark chips) or permanent (Plastic sheeting). In this process soil covered with mulch films for the protection of plants. These are commonly made up of blends of Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE) and Linear Low-Density Polyethylene (LLDPE). Mulch films are used in the agriculture and horticulture fields. Mulch films are a type of plastic that is used to cover plants. These are intended to maintain the soil’s moisture level. Evaporation causes a large loss of soil moisture, which has increased the demand for mulch films in agricultural areas. Mulch films are also in high demand as a result of the growing population’s need for food. Furthermore, increased government investments in agriculture are expected to drive market growth.