Mulch

Protect Your Crop And The Soil Where It Grows With The Mulch

In many occasions the English term mulching is used to designate the protection of the soil where the crop is located. In Spanish we have a name, quilted. Let’s see what it is, what it is used for and what we gain or lose by applying this technique. We already warn you that you win more than you lose. It is worth trying. Let’s see it The mulching consists of covering the ground where our culture is developing. This not only benefits the crop because of the obvious difficulty it poses for the adventitious plants, but also benefits the soil itself, protecting it from solar radiation for example. If we have compost on the surface, as recommended by the Parades method in crestall, we will protect it from said radiations. Advantages Of Padding Or Mulching We get shade both the surface compost (if any) and the earth promoting a microclimatic…