Regenerative Agriculture & Green Economy


Plastic in Agriculture

Due to climate change 70% of land is altered causing soil erosion, the need for using large amounts of water, fertilisers and plastics to compensate. In agriculture mulching films are a common tool for temperature regulation, moisture conservation, and weed suppression in farming. The commonly used low-density polyethylene (PE) in plastic mulch films, while cost-effective and durable, is challenging to retrieve and not biodegradable. This widespread use of non-biodegradable plastics has resulted in significant environmental contamination, micro plastics, soil erosion, reduced water infiltration, and diminished microbial activity. There is an economic and environmental emphasis on the need for sustainable alternatives in agriculture to address these pressing issues.

Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative agriculture is a term for holistic farming and animal grazing practices that restore biodiversity in degraded soils, rebuild the natural organic matter in the soil, improve the water cycle and, through photosynthesis, draw carbon from the atmosphere into the soil where it is stored. The basis of regenerative agriculture is a land management philosophy that involves improving soil health while building nutrient density and crop resilience. This can be achieved by replacing existing plastic products in agriculture with organic and vegan alternatives.

Sustainable Alternatives

Vegan Biodegradable Mulches in agriculture offer an environmentally sustainable yet efficient alternative to conventional polyethylene (PE) mulches. Crafted from plant-based materials they contribute to a healthier environment by breaking down naturally over time, minimising plastic waste, and reducing the reliance on fossil fuels. It improves soil health, as the mulches enrich the soil with organic matter, enhancing structure and fertility while eliminating plastic residues after harvest which helps prevent soil erosion and supports a more sustainable farming ecosystem.

Additionally, the use of renewable resources in vegan biodegradable mulches aligns with the principles of a circular economy, offering users a solution that not only addresses environmental concerns but also aligns with the growing demand for eco-friendly agricultural practices.


CLIC LAND offers a Vegan Biodegradable Mulch for regenerative agriculture, vineyards, gardens and diverse applications for architecture and design. It offers significant benefits of reducing CO2 emissions and water consumption, improving resource utilisation and restoring land in diverse industries. It is completely vegan and biodegradable and available in multiple dimensions to suit various applications and needs. An alternative to eliminate the use of plastic mulches from multiple industries. Embedded with a sensor system collecting essential data of water use, soil quality and a digital platform to track data.

We transform hair waste through our dedicated closed loop recycling program into a biodegradable mulch mat through a specific industrial process and unique formula.