Making mulch, part 3

Grass and alfalfa mulch

The grass and alfalfa mix spread in the greenhouse a few days ago is drying nicely—it’s almost done! It was a tad touch and go at first, the rows in the field were starting to turn black and decompose, and no sun in sight. So I turned it a couple of times a day for the first couple of days, doors wide open on both ends let through lots of air…and things worked out! Seems like a nice mix, with good bulk, not too fine. Then again, my mulch experience is in its early days, so we’ll see. Rough calculation: there should be enough to spread a fluffy 3″ (7.5 cm) over the new garlic plot. This experiment so far: not too labor-intensive, room for easy improvement to the process, seems like it would scale well (for covering larger areas), and RELAXING (some fieldwork is particularly enjoyable)… Grass-and-alfalfa mulch may have a big tiny farm future!

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1 thought on “Making mulch, part 3”

  1. Hello,
    Am Mr Jim Goodhart and i will like to know if you offer Mulch in stock.I want Cedar Mulch do you carry that and what is the price per yard?I will also like to know your methods of payment as well.Thanks and your early responds will be highly appreciated..
    Best Regards.

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