Applying a thick layer of decorative bark to your soil surfaces (called a mulch) does much more than just make your garden look attractive. It helps to retain soil moisture, suppresses weed growth and will gradually improve the structure of your soil.
This systemic insecticide translocates to all parts of the plant when applied as a drench over the rooting zone or when sprayed on leaves of the plant. When drenched, it gives protection against small insects for a growing season of about 6 months. It is toxic to insects, but not to earth worms and mammals in diluted form.
These classic secateurs cut powerfully and are modern and ergonomic. They are best-suited for cutting flowers and young shoots. The secateurs have a sap groove and a wire cutter. They can cut a maximum branch diameter of 18mm.
Use of pine mulch will save watering up to 50% and it will improve your soil water retention. It creates a micro-climate, improving your soil quality an it will inhibit weed growth and prevent soil-borne diseases.