If you’ve ever looked for a landscaper or a groundskeeper, then you might have heard of bark blowing services. A bark blower is a company like Barkdusters who is skilled in applying mulches to a landscape.
Our landscape improvement experts can give your property a neat look by concealing imperfections, while highlighting the grandeur of your plants thanks to our ability to fill empty and low spaces and create straight lines.
Bark blowers use long hoses attached to a blower truck to apply mulch precisely. This differs from conventional mulch application in the sense that no wheelbarrows are used to dump heaps of mulch. As a result, no matter your landscape, size, or color of the mulch you want, proficient bark blowers come in very handy.
Bark mulch is undoubtedly one of the most valuable types of organic matter for gardens. Moreover, it can be used all around the seasons.
Barkdust installers apply mulches for several reasons. Some of these include:
1. Discouraging weeds from growing
Barkdust specialists apply bark mulch on the surface of the soil, blocking out sunlight and air — thus suppressing weeds. This is one of the best alternatives to hand-pulling weeds or vegetable garden spraying.
2. Improving soil fertility
Over time, mulches decomposes releasing nutrients to the soil. Decomposing mulch is full of nitrogen and bacteria which are needed by plants. Bark mulch is particularly significant in creating favorable conditions for worms and soil microorganisms to thrive. Over time, these soil organisms help to ease soil compaction.
3. Conserving moisture in the soil
Barkdust superbly prevents excess water infiltration during the rainy seasons. It also prevents excessive evaporation of soil moisture during the dry season.
4. Maintaining soil temperature
During winter, barkdust protects roses, perennials, and other plants roots.
Another package offered by bark blowing services is decoration. Mulches also increases the splendor of garden beds with color and texture to supplement the plant material.
6. Erosion control
Mulches reduces the negative impacts of erosion by preventing topsoil from being carried away by rainwater.
If you want a way to preserve your landscaping while allowing your plants to thrive, consider using bark mulch — and working with reputable bark blowing services.