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Mulch isnt wood chips. Cheap mulch is wood chips.
Never thought I'd meet a mulch snob. Mulch is a generic term for a category of products. Quality is subjective, personally I base it on performance and not price. Wood chips do just as good a job for what I need as the cheap Lowe's mulch, as would shredded tires or a load of rock. But you go ahead and pay more if that's what you need for your application.

Like I said, west Texas, where the organization that certifies mulch and soil products is headquartered: https://mulchandsoilcouncil.org/p...ndards.pdf

Mulch: Any product or material except peat or peat moss, that is advertised, offered for sale, or sold for primary use as a horticultural, above-ground dressing; for decoration, moisture control, weed control, erosion control, temperature control, or other similar purposes.

Wood chips can be a perfectly acceptable mulch, especially if your city has a 50ft tall pile of it and you can get some of the partially composted stuff from the bottom.
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New ad is live online
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Any good deals on gas grill ?
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they don't even have paint rebates this year.
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Never thought I'd meet a mulch snob. Mulch is a generic term for a category of products. Quality is subjective, personally I base it on performance and not price. Wood chips do just as good a job for what I need as the cheap Lowe's mulch, as would shredded tires or a load of rock. But you go ahead and pay more if that's what you need for your application.

Like I said, west Texas, where the organization that certifies mulch and soil products is headquartered: https://mulchandsoilcouncil.org/p...ndards.pdf [mulchandsoilcouncil.org]

Mulch: Any product or material except peat or peat moss, that is advertised, offered for sale, or sold for primary use as a horticultural, above-ground dressing; for decoration, moisture control, weed control, erosion control, temperature control, or other similar purposes.

Wood chips can be a perfectly acceptable mulch, especially if your city has a 50ft tall pile of it and you can get some of the partially composted stuff from the bottom.
Not a snob. It's just common knowledge. If you google the word "mulch", you get fine shredded bark with organic elements. If you google "5 for 10 mulch discount" you get this stuff.
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Recently bit the bullet and bought several tons of the rubber mulch. There's some color variations between the 10 or so pallets we used but damn the stuff looks GOOD. Use some good edging so that your beds will retain the stuff. Our last property, 7 seasons later it still looked good!
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Spotting soil.
No....Spitting Soil
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Has anyone planted garlic by using just mulch? I am tired of digging. Figure if I just use much to cover, I don't have to dig during harvest.
Read up on Ruth Stout and her no work gardening. Sounds like her system is perfect for you.
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they don't even have paint rebates this year.
Guess that means business is good...
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Anyone have experience with the rubber mulch? Is it worth the investment or will it fade quickly like everything else in the Florida sun?
We have the 'red' rubber mulch - my wife uses it on the flower bed. It doesn't fade and it doesn't float away. It's made from tires, so every so often you can see a tiny bit of tire tread in your garden, but all in all, I like it for its longevity.
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I prefer triple shredded mulch which can integrate with soil better. triple shredded mulch was offered by Lowes for the same price couple of weeks ago.
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any one here knows about anything else than Mulch? need info on gas grills.
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I prefer triple shredded mulch which can integrate with soil better. triple shredded mulch was offered by Lowes for the same price couple of weeks ago.
I top dress this with the triple grind.
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We have the 'red' rubber mulch - my wife uses it on the flower bed. It doesn't fade and it doesn't float away. It's made from tires, so every so often you can see a tiny bit of tire tread in your garden, but all in all, I like it for its longevity.
Thank you!!!
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