Mulch is a natural recycled product.
Trees that have been cut down by us gets chipped to mulch, thus no waste
What is it used for:
- Adding mulch to your garden will improve the health of the soil and beautify the appearance of your landscaping.
- Cover garden beds with a layer of mulch to keep weeds down and reduce the need for water. Annual weed seeds are less likely to sprout when the soil is covered with enough mulch to keep the soil surface in the dark.
- When it comes to water, even a thin layer of mulch (nature's moisturizer) will reduce evaporation from the soil surface. Thicker mulches can reduce water use by as much as fifty percent.
- Soil improvement: This calls for the use of organic mulches that break down to add organic matter to the soil.
- Mulching allows you to recycle nature's products to replenish your garden, so that nothing is wasted, and in the process your garden will look greener and healthier.
Loading a stump for chipping
Chips are left in piles and turned over ever so often. These chips breakdown naturally into compost, thus making the compost weed free.