Have you ever wondered what the difference between straw and hay mulch is?￼ The differences are drastically different from price to product performance. For most gardeners we want to aim for a straw mulch. This will not have persistent pesticides and can be used as a carbon source the following year for our compost.
Mulch in the form of hay however can be detrimental. This is especially true if pesticides are used. ￼ hey also cannot be used as a brown material in our compost. This is technically a nitrogen source.
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At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science.
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