Norlake Medium Bark

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Norlake Medium Bark is a natural resource suitable for decorative landscaping. It helps to suppress weed growth, protect plant roots from extremes in temperature, increase water holding capacity, and stimulate microbial and worm activity.

Benefits

  • A natural product suitable for landscaping.
  • Easy to use.
  • Reduces weeds and watering.

Directions for use

  • Prior to application, clear weeds, fertilise and water new and existing plants thoroughly and complete any garden edging.
  • Place a layer of weed control matting or wet sheets of newspaper on to the soil surface and around the plants right up to the garden edge.
  • Cover the area approximately 80mm deep with Norlake Medium Bark. Take care to avoid leaving the bark touching the trunk/stem of plants.

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