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Bark Mulch and community gardens

  • Subject: [cg] Bark Mulch and community gardens
  • From: Bill Maynard bMaynard@WoodRodgers.com
  • Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2003 10:05:11 -0700

John in Richmond

Regarding mixing in the bark mulch in your planting areas....as the wood
decomposes it also robs the soil of nitrogen ..so you would need to pump up
your nitrogen levels a bit to compensate (depending on the amount of wood
mulch/chips that you put into the soil)

Sacramento Area Community Garden Coalition

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