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Cypress Woodchip


Medium sized wood chip from the Cypress Pine tree that is suited to non-sloping garden beds. It is reported to deter white ants / termites from your garden.

Woodchip needs to be applied at the same depth as bark, however it is not as effective a mulch.  Ideally a high nitrogen fertiliser such as cow manure or blood and bone or a slow release fertiliser should be applied to the soil before spreading the wood chip to overcome any nitrogen tie-up on its decomposition.

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Why mulch?
Mulching has many advantages:
  • Minimises water evaporation from the soil
  • Stops weed seeds from germinating
  • Increases microbial activity and aids in building a healthier soil structure
  • Releases organic nutrients into the soil for the plants
  • Moderates soil temperature
  • Helps prevent soil erosion from both wind and water
  • Improves the appearance of the garden
  • Minimises hard work in the garden
Which mulch?
One size does not fit all! When choosing a mulch, consider:
  • The purpose for which you require the mulch
  • How long you want it to last
  • How attractive you want it to be
  • How good it is for the plants and soil
  • What's available, and how much do you want to spend
How much mulch?

If you wish to maximise the benefits of mulching then most barks and mulches should be applied at a depth of between 7.5 to 10 cm (3 to 4โ€). 

This level of application will mean that you will only need to top them up about every 15 to 18 months. 

To apply 10cm (4โ€): Measure the approximate length and width of the area to determine the m2 you wish to cover with the bark or mulch. Divide this area by 10 to determine the m3.

[Area m2 รท10 = vol m3 to a depth of 10cm (4โ€)]. 

TIP: To keep your bark looking fresh, loosely turn the bark approximately every six months!

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