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Unformatted text preview: organic mulch such as pine straw, and have a 1 to 3 inch layer of it at the base of your plants. Just make sure to never push the mulch right up against the stems or trunks, leave an inch or two for the plant to breath. Pine straw, also known as pine mulch, is used for both residential and commercial projects such as on golf courses and around upscale hotels. Pine straw is very popular natural organic landscaping mulch in gorgeous auburn hues. Aside from the fact pine needle is superior for weed control; pine mulch is also a great fertilizer and pest deterrent. To get the most out of your landscape for your money, start by designing the landscape you want on paper before you start planting and building it. By knowing exactly what you want and need you are going to avoid wasting money and time. You want to landscape effectively while also creating the atmosphere you desire, good luck!...
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2010 for the course AGR 412 taught by Professor Turnkey during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Chicago.
- Spring '10