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Basic Garden Mulching Practices

Basic Garden Mulching Practices

In nature, leaves and needles fall to the ground, creating an organic layer that protect and builds the soil. Local greenwaste mulch can offer the same advantage to the landscapes you design and maintain while increasing your profits. Making and using greenwaste mulch recycles plant material into a valuable tool for the landscape professional. Here are extremely important Mulch basics ; Before applying mulch, remove weeds and water thoroughly. You’ll get the best weed control…

4 Basic Spring Gardening Practices

4 Basic Spring Gardening Practices

Spring is the time of the year when your garden needs a serious tidy-up. Work done now means not having to look out at a brown depressing wasteland full of dripping, rotting, sludgy, garden detritus during the cold, wet months ahead. Here is a summative list of jobs that may need doing. Start With Pruning Trees Pruning is the first activity and you should prune out heavy limbs or remove spent trees. This can let in some…

Sustainable Use Of Yard and Garden Waste

Sustainable Use Of Yard and Garden Waste

As far as possible do not attempt collecting lawn clipping because it actually depletes the soil of nutrients and organic matter. Grass clipping do NOT lead to thatch buildup. Instead, use a mulching lawn mower so lawn clippings don’t have to be collected. If collected, lawn clippings can be added to your compost pile. If you find that the overall wastage of your garden is more than you can use efficiently there are even better…

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