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Mulching with newspaper and cardboard

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Published on Apr 11, 2012

Anyone who has a garden or landscape bed will benefit from using mulch. It creates a barrier to prevent weeds from growing, retains moisture in the soil and adds organic material. An easy and inexpensive method to keep the weeds in the dark longer is to start with a layer of newspaper or cardboard. Be sure to overlap the edges to cover the soil entirely to prevent weeds and seeds from seeing the light. Cover with a layer of bark mulch or other organic material such as straw or grass clippings.
See info regarding inks here: http://compost.css.cornell.edu/faq.ht...

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