verb (used with object)
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Origin of mulch
OTHER WORDS FROM mulchnon·mulched, adjective
Words nearby mulch
Example sentences from the Web for mulch
Avoid mulch volcanoes around trees, which cause harmful root growth and other problems.
A light layer of mulch, no more than two inches, is helpful in suppressing weeds and retaining soil moisture.
I prefer fine-textured, organic mulches, such as pine fines.
If you need acres of mulch every spring, it’s because you don’t have enough ground-covering plants.
Soil enrichment is not necessary but a light organic mulch will retain moisture and keep weeds back.
Other plants may be able to get along with a mulch of grass-clippings from the lawn.
Others advise leaving the clippings to act as a sort of mulch.
It is perennial and hardy in the northern states, but it is advisable to give it a mulch on the approach of winter.
Into the heavy borders about the boundaries of the place the autumn leaves will drift and afford an excellent mulch.
When it is impossible to furnish water, it would be a good plan to mulch heavily with straw or some other substance.