- An exploration of why mulch is an emerging component for property preservation
- A list of the benefits of mulch for property preservation
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THE INSULATION PROPERTIES OF MULCH
BENEFITS OF MULCH
- Mulch injects organic matter into your soil, improving your garden and makes it increasingly more resistant to insects and disease, consequently saving you money on pest control.
- Mulch provides nutrients and vitamins to plants, saving you money on costly fertilizers.
- Shade protects from too much sun exposure and produces more fertility in the soil.
- Protects plants from frost damage by acting as a protective ‘blanket’.
- Improves soil drainage and structure as it begins to decompose.
- Mulch provides support around plants, especially young seedlings. Producing a solid foundation for ongoing plant growth.
- Utilizing mulch recycles materials usually classed as waste, e.g. organic mulches like grass clippings and leaves.
- Mulch protects plants from mud-splash during watering or heavy rain.
- Prevents erosion and soil compaction, particularly from foot traffic on pathways and play areas.
- Implementation of mulch can improve the overall aesthetics of your garden.