Mulch vs. No Mulch: Which is Better?
Many organic gardeners use mulch because it serves as a protective covering for the soil. It may be made out of rotting vegetable matter, but mulch is actually effective at protecting plants, reducing evaporation, preventing soil erosion, regulating soil temperature, and even stopping weeds from growing.
Best of all, it’s easy to apply and keeps your garden healthy!
As you can see, mulch really offers plenty of benefits to an organic home garden—plus you don’t even have to purchase it! You can easily make one on your own using leaves, newspapers, grass clippings and the like. So if you’re not applying mulch on your garden yet, then you should definitely start today. You don’t really want to miss out on its amazing benefits!
Learn more about the importance of mulching in this special infographic below and don’t forget to share it with your friends online!
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