Woodchips

Average composition

Measurement (average) 10-50 mm
Layer thickness 50-100 mm thick (weed repellent min. 100mm)

The use of woodchips as a ground cover has many advantages. The ground remains humid because of the woodchips and does not dry out. Moreover, ground particles do not jump up against the stems and leaves of your plant. The bacteria in the soil increase under a layer of woodchips and they transform into humus. The woodchips look fresh and give your garden a natural image.

Advantages

  • Soil retains fluids
  • Weed repellent
  • Protective material
  • Prevents dehydration of the ground

Areas of application

  • Gardens
  • Animal fields
  • Walking paths

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