Organic mulch was once living material, but now it can be used in compost or in this case directly on the garden. Besides the obvious reasons to use mulch, to retain moisture in the soil, eliminate weeds, and reduce erosion, organic mulch has a couple other benefits. Because organic compost will originate from your very own yard, you save money that you would have spent buying bags of mulch. Second, because organic mulch does decompose it will be adding beneficial nutrients to your soil, improving the quality.
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