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  • n. Plural form of mulch.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mulch.


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  • Chemical fertilizers/pesticides/herbicides facilitate farm operations despite the greater benefits attributable to use of natural treatments such as mulches and manure.

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  • I am a compost heap, and everything I interact with, every experience I've had, gets shoveled onto the heap where it eventually mulches down, is digested and excreted by worms, and rots.

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  • And according to Heath Ashenfelter, True Value's Global Product Merchant, red mulch, indeed colored mulches of all kinds, are on the march.

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  • And use mulches such as pine shavings or gravel to minimize water evaporation and keep weeds at bay.

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  • I add organic mulches, fertilisers, gypsum, lime and dabble in other soil conditioning arts.

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  • I added all different types of mulches and got some great soil and plants!

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  • You can use liquid fertilisers in your watering regime, or alternatively use natural mulches for an organic garden.

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  • Blending mulches/natural fertilisers is tricky, and there are many myths I plan to discuss in a later post.

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  • Somewhere in Canada, a drunken fakerjack accidentally mulches himself.

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  • The common mulches include wood residue or chips, straw, and native hay.

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