Adam "The Smart Mule" Guerrero

We're pretty flexible, so we could use it for mulch or compost. As the 'blight' does it heaviest growing in the summer, it makes most sense to use it as a mulch. But we also use other items, like pre-existing compost and/or coffee bean bags, as mulch as well. The more material, the better! What's nice about the grass clippings in particular is that they are high in nitrogen, and generate a good bit of mycellium (fungus), which in turn gives vegetative plants greater access to nutrients!

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Posted Oct 31, 2012
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