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Why Gardeners Use Mulching Cloth

Importance of Mulching Cloth

Every gardener wants to have the best yield with minimal input. That’s what growing crops is all about, though. To make more profit if that is your reason for growing crops in the first place, your input has to reduce. However, most of these inputs are labor and chemicals used for controlling weeds. If you are using mulching cloth, there might be no need to use chemicals to control weeds or spend more money or time doing so. The mulching cloth is specially designed to control weed and aid plant’s growth in many ways. It is permeable and made of woven polypropylene material. Mulches are just like a natural complement to row covers. They help to enhance the growing conditions of crops by creating the right atmosphere for them to thrive. They suppress weeds naturally by cutting off factors that enable weed seeds to germinate like sunlight. They block sunlight from reaching the weed seeds to prevent them from germinating. There are millions of weed seeds in the soil. Even if they do not germinate now, they might germinate later. This is why different kinds of weeds grow without anyone planting the seeds. They are already scattered throughout the soil. The mulch blocks sunlight from reaching These mulches also help to control soil temperature and moisture, creating an appropriate environment for crops to grow. They also help to improve the health and beauty of the greenhouse, field or garden. Mulches also help to repel insect attack. They also prevent airborne seeds from making contact with the soil.

Other reasons to use Mulching Cloth

Besides weed control, there are other reasons many gardeners prefer to use mulches to grow crops. They act as excellent barriers to tunneling pest and invasive roots. They are also good for erosion control.The cloth is available in different sizes and options. Gardeners can make their choice with respect to the mulching needs of the plants, and the material that will work best for the planting season. There are different types of mulches, such as metallic plastic mulches, red, woven fabric, and biodegradable mulches.These mulches can be used for quite a long time, thus allowing the gardener to grow crops with better returns. They are also very useful in extreme weather condition like frost.Mulches are also very simple to apply on the bed. Once they are placed on it, all that remains is to plant crops in the openings on the mulch. They also make the garden look more beautiful and organized. With less weed and uniform crop growth throughout the garden, the gardener can easily spot diseased crops and take the appropriate steps to address the issue before it spreads. The time spent on weeding is also reduced. In fact, the gardener does not need to invest more time or money on weed removal when the mulching cloth is used.

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HORTOMALLAS manufactures and markets crop support nettings (trellising and tutoring as alternatives to the raffia twine labor intensive traditional system) that increase crop quality. Our Mission is to: INCREASE VEGETABLE CROP YIELD AND PROFITABILITY TO ALL THOSE VEGETABLES THAT NEED TUTORING AND SUPPORT USING NETTING INSTEAD OF RAFFIA. Since 1994 we help professional growers and farmers improve their cucumber, tomatoes, melon, zucchini, bean, chile, peppers crops where trellises and supports are needed. HORTOMALLAS is the ideal system for cucurbitacea and solonacea to improve their phytosanitary conditions, while increasing the solar exposure and the brix degrees. Besides the obvious labor costs savings, the use of HORTOMALLAS increases the life span of the plant, allowing longer periods of harvests and of a greater quality. Call us, our crop specialists will help you with specialized attention in the Americas and the Iberian Peninsula!

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