Noun(1) a protective covering of rotting vegetable matter spread to reduce evaporation and soil erosion
Verb(1) cover with mulch
(1) You want to mulch a little later, after the garden's gone to sleep.(2) Wait a month, then lightly mulch the planted area.(3) A thick bark chip mulch and little nectarine is all set.(4) However, hardwood mulch tends to break down faster than softwood and may need to be reapplied sooner.(5) Water regularly during dry spells and spread mulch around plants to keep roots cool and moist.(6) In fall I leave the foliage on my daylilies to act as winter mulch .(7) Apply a three inches layer of shredded hardwood mulch on and around the planting to conserve moisture.(8) Many gardeners prefer to mulch the beds with peat moss or grass clippings and do away with cultivating.(9) The bananas stay in the ground with a thick layer of leaf mulch to protect the roots from freezing.(10) Be sure not to use pecan leaves or shells as mulch in the vegetable garden.(11) Add two to three inches of bark mulch and your tree will be set.(12) Water well and lightly mulch the soil between the drills.(13) mulch annually around the plants to retain the moisture(14) Give all fruit a mulch of manure or compost, or dead leaves.(15) Remove the mulch before growth resumes once the weather warms up the following spring.(16) A yearly mulch of quality compost is all the fertilization your grapes should need.
(1) mulch :: คลุมด้วยหญ้า
Different Formsmulch, mulched, mulches, mulching
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