Definition of Mulch

Definition of Mulch

Any non-synthetic material, such as wood chips, leaves, or straw, or any allowed synthetic material such as newspaper or plastic that is applied to the surface of the soil and serves to suppress weed growth, moderate soil temperature, conserve soil moisture, and improve over all health of the soil.

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