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The Weed-Suppressing Mulch That Helps Pepper Plants Thrive
Mulching around the base of your plants, particularly pepper plants, is a great way to encourage growth, retain moisture in the soil, and control weeds.
Organic options like grass clippings offer various advantages that plastic or wood mulches cannot, such as releasing nitrogen and other nutrients as they decompose.
This nitrogen blast promotes healthy growth and enhances the fruit production of your pepper plants, improving soil structure, fertility, and overall health.
Apply more than 2 inches in height to ensure the mulch is helpful and not hindering growth. As the clippings decompose, they can be easily replenished throughout the season.