USE YOUR WOOD CHIPS

Of course, wood chips are ideal for use in garden paths and give borders a natural look. But there's more! Wood chips can contribute to enriching, regenerating and protecting the soil.

In the ecological agriculture, where artificial fertilizers are not used, trees and plants are shredded and incorporated into the soil to improve the soil condition. In this way, green waste has an important role within the organic agriculture and horticulture.

Of course, wood chips are ideal for use in garden paths and give borders a natural look. But there's more! Wood chips can contribute to enriching, regenerating and protecting the soil.

In the ecological agriculture, where artificial fertilizers are not used, trees and plants are shredded and incorporated into the soil to improve the soil condition. In this way, green waste has an important role within the organic agriculture and horticulture.

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THE BIODIVERSITY OF A FOREST

Take a close look at the soil of a forest and you will see that it is always covered. A similar environment can be created by covering the ground in your (vegetable) garden with a layer of wood chips. This mulch layer acts as a protective layer against sunlight and dehydration of the soil. Because sunlight does not reach the soil, weeds have no chance to grow. That saves a lot of weeding!
Take a close look at the soil of a forest and you will see that it is always covered. A similar environment can be created by covering the ground in your (vegetable) garden with a layer of wood chips. This mulch layer acts as a protective layer against sunlight and dehydration of the soil. Because sunlight does not reach the soil, weeds have no chance to grow. That saves a lot of weeding!
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