When you've just planted a new tree on your land, as a homeowner one of the greatest things you can do for that tree is to put a good layer of mulch underneath the tree's dripline. Tree mulching involves placing some sort of material around the tree or another plant on the ground. Mulch can be either organic or inorganic. Chemical mulch compounds can break down over time to become part of the soil.
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When a tree is freshly planted, mulching is one of the most effective methods to ensure that it grows well. Mulch is a type of insulation that helps protect the tree from hot and cold conditions. Tree mulching also helps conserve water and ensure that the roots of the tree stay moist. By applying mulch around the tree, you will prevent weeds and thus reduce root competition, which can impede the growth of the crop and could possibly lead to tree removal.
Using mulch around freshly planted trees will also help prevent fungal spores and other pathogens from getting to your tree. The same mulch will also serve as a barrier that will help protect your lawn materials from any sort of damage. Mulch can also make your lawn look better. It gives a beautifully manicured look to the planting beds. It is also an effective method when it comes to slowing down evaporation and avoiding soil erosion.
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