9 benefits of tree mulch properly
Most people like to see mulching trees and plants. The trees exude a calm and beautiful community aura. Where there are lush, shady trees, fresh and cool air follows, and fresh fruit is even plentiful. Trees are very important for our survival so we must protect and maintain trees by taking care of them properly. While Mother Nature takes care of the trees and plants in the forest, we must do our fair share to ensure that our own trees and plants grow healthily in our own gardens or yards. They must be cared for in order to maintain their beauty and in turn benefit us. Currently, there are several ways to treat trees, one of which is mulch.
Mulch is a technique of applying organic and inorganic materials (mulch) to the soil around plants. Mulch is considered the best friend of young plants. Mulching is considered one of the most useful things a homeowner can do for tree health. Also, if done right, mulch will add a neat and beautiful facade to your landscape.
Benefits of mulch
1. Maintain soil moisture. Mulch retains water and reduces evaporation.
2. Prevents weeds from germinating and thus inhibits growth.
3. Mulch serves as a buffer for the soil to keep it cool in hot weather and warmer in cold weather.
4. Mulch improves soil ventilation, structure and drainage over time.
5. Mulch increases soil fertility.
6. Suppress some plant diseases.
7. Limit salt accumulation.
8. Provides protection against damage from lawn mowers and/or lawn mowers.
9. Mulch ensures a neat and uniform appearance of the plant bed.
Mulch can be divided into organic and inorganic. Organic mulch breaks down, making the soil more fertile. Organic mulch can be made from leaves, sawdust, hardwood and coniferous bark, pine needles, compost mix, and other by-products that often come from plants. Inorganic mulch does not degrade or degrade. Materials such as various types of rock, geotextiles, lava rock, and the like are some examples.