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The Finer Points of Mulching with Wood Chips

A pile of year-old chips partially transformed by white mold. Photo courtesy of Will Bonsall

A pile of year-old chips partially transformed by white mold. Photo courtesy of Will Bonsall

January 25, 2019

Chips from hardwood branches that are less than about 3 inches in diameter – ramial chips – can benefit soils and gardens. But what can you do with larger chips or chips from conifers? Will Bonsall offers several ideas in his article "Too Many Wood Chips?" in the winter issue of The Maine Organic Farmer & Gardener. Read it now and be ready for spring!

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