We've said it before, but it truly is critical to mulch your garden regularly to keep it healthy.
Mulch helps to stabilise temperatures in the soil zone, it suppresses weed growth and assists with water retention in the soil.
Organic mulches enhance nutrient levels and encourage life giving microbes and worms. To cut a long story short, the more mulch you can use the better.
So now that we are all aware of the role mulch plays in keeping a garden healthy, the next problem many people have is trying to figure out how much mulch they need to do the job properly.
So here are a couple of tips to help you out:
Nice and easy.
Even simpler, is our online area and volume calculator. You can find it here
And if you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to call us on 5453 7100 and we can point you in the right direction.
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