mulch

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İngilizce - Türkçe
malçlamak
(Tarım) ot sarmak
{f} saman örtüsü ile ört
saman ya da kuru yaprak örtüsü
Böyle bir tabakayla örtmek
Bitki köklerini sıcak veya soğuk ile kuraklıktan korumak veya meyvaları temiz saklamak için kullanılan saman ve yaprak tabakası
saman örtüsü
mulch pile gübre haline
(isim) saman örtüsü
böyle tabakayla örtmek
(fiil) kuru otla örtmek
{f} kuru otla örtmek
(Tarım) saman örtmek
(Tarım) bitkisel yastık
malç
mulch farming
(Tarım) malç tarımı
mulch tillage
(Tarım) malç tarımı
mulching
(Tarım) malçlama
straw mulch
sap malci
straw mulch
(Tarım) sap malcı
stubble mulch
(Tarım) anız malcı
to mulch
malçlamak
İngilizce - İngilizce
To apply mulch

Mulch your vegetable garden to retain moisture and keep weeds down.

Shredded vegetable (or occasionally mineral) matter used to cover the top layer of soil to protect, insulate, or decorate it, or to discourage weeds or retain moisture

An organic mulch is a mulch made of natural substances such as leaves or grass clippings.

A material used as mulch, as a decorative redwood bark mulch
To turn into mulch

I decided to mulch the grass clippings.

To cover or dress with mulch
leaves, straw or compost used to cover growing plants to protect them from the wind or cold
a layer of partially decomposed plant materials placed on top of garden beds and around plants and shrubs
Any material laid on the soil surface to conserve soil moisture, moderate temperature and/or aid in weed control Wood chips, bark chips, and shredded leaves are examples of organic mulches
(i) Any material such as straw, sawdust, leaves, plastic film, and loose soil, that is spread upon the surface of the soil to protect the soil and plant roots from the effects of raindrops, soil crusting, freezing, or evaporation (ii) To apply mulch to the soil surface
straw, leaves, loose earth, pebbles, tan or pine bark spread on the ground to protect trees and plants from weeds and soil evaporation
Any material such as straw, wood or bark chips, leaves, plastic film, loose soil, etc , that is spread on the surface of the soil to protect the soil and plant roots from the effects of rain drops, soil crusting, freezing, and evaporation, or to control weeds
A covering, usually organic or inorganic, placed on the soil around the base of plants to reduce erosion, control weeds, conserve moisture, and provide insulation to the soil in extremely hot or cold weather
A natural or artificial layer of plant residue or other material on the soil surface Mulch reduces erosion, conserves soil moisture, inhibits weed growth, and can provide the soil with organic matter as it breaks down Mulch till prepares the soil so as to leave plant residues (or other mulching materials) on or near the surface
Protective covering, either organic or man-made, that is put over the ground to protect plants from freezing and drying out, and to retard weed growth
any substance spread or allowed to remain on the soil surface to conserve soil moisture and shield soil particles from the erosive forces of raindrops and runoff Top
Organic or inorganic material put on the soil to suppress weeds, conserve moisture & improve soil structure
To mulch plants means to put a mulch round them to protect them and help them to grow. In May, mulch the bed with garden compost. a substance such as decaying leaves that you put on the soil to improve its quality, to protect the roots of plants, or to stop weeds growing (Probably from melch (14-19 centuries)). to cover the ground with mulch
material spread on the top of the soil to prevent erosion and evaporation of water
Covering for soil Mulch should not generally be mixed into the soil, it is not a fertilizer or soil amendment There are many types of mulch, including partially decomposed compost, bark, wood chips, hay, nut shells, pine needles, and others The point is to cover bare ground so that top soil is not washed away, soil temperature is buffered, and weeds are reduced from lack of light A good organic mulch will also supply nutrients to the earth as it decomposes
material placed around plants to prevent moisture loss and to control weed growth; mulch materials may include grass cuttings, leaves, sawdust, straw, hay, peat moss and rotted compost
cover with mulch; "mulch the flowerbeds"
1 A natural or artificially applied layer of plant residues or other materials such as stones, sand, paper or brush on the surface of the soil 2 A covering of plant material put on the soil to improve its fertility, moisture retention capacity and organic content 3 A loose surface horizon that forms naturally or may be produced by cultivation and consists of either inorganic or organic materials
and to preserve moisture
A natural or artificial layer of plant residue which aids in seedling germination by reducing the temperature fluctuations, holding moisture and holding soil in place
{f} spread leaves or straw around plants to prevent water loss or freezing of roots
Most mulches are made from organic materials, some of the best being: hay, grass clippings, fallen leaves (best when shredded), bark chips, and compost Mulching serves to prevent moisture loss from soil, protect plants from temperature extremes, control weed growth (weed before laying mulch!), prevent water from splashing onto plant material, and as a slow-release soil amendment
Half-rotten straw, or any like substance strewn on the ground, as over the roots of plants, to protect from heat, drought, etc
a protective covering of rotting vegetable matter spread to reduce evaporation and soil erosion
Any material such as straw, sawdust, leaves, or plastic film that is spread on the soil surface It is generally used to conserve soil moisture, control temperature, prevent surface compaction or crusting, reduce runoff and erosion, or control weeds
Organic or inorganic materials which are spread on the soil surface Mulch slows down the evaporation of water from the soil, moderates soil temperatures, discourages weeds and beautifies the landscape
a protective covering of rotting vegetable matter spread to reduce evaporation and soil erosion cover with mulch; "mulch the flowerbeds
{i} straw; loose leaves spread around plants to avoid water loss and freezing of roots
(i) Any material such as straw, sawdust, leaves, plastic film, loose soil, etc , that is spread or formed upon the surface of the soil to protect the soil and/or plant roots from the effects of raindrops, soil crusting, freezing, evaporation, etc (ii) To apply mulch to the soil surface
A layer of material (wood chips, straw, leaves, etc ) placed around plants to hold moisture, prevent weed growth, and enrich or sterilize the soil
A mulch is a layer of something such as old leaves, small pieces of wood or manure which you put on the soil round plants in order to protect them and help them to grow
any non-synthetic material, such as wood chips, leaves, or straw, or any synthetic material included in the Materials List for such use, such as newspaper or plastic, that serves to suppress weed growth, moderate soil temperature, or conserve soil moisture
Organic materials, such as shredded bark, sawdust, straw, or leaves, spread on the soil to protect roots and reduce or prevent erosion
mulching
The act of preparing/applying a mulch

Proper mulching in summer months keeps the soil cooler.

mulching
Used as a mulch

Compost is generally the best mulching material for the home garden.

mulching
Present participle of mulch
mulches
plural of mulch
mulching
Mowing grass clippings into fine particles to be deposited back down into the turf, where they quickly decompose into valuable nutrients
mulching
to add materials to soil in order to protect from cold, to reduce evaporation, to control weeds, or to enrich the soil Common materials are sawdust, bark, leaves
mulching
The use of plant residues or other suitable materials on the soil surface, primarily to prevent evaporation of water and erosion of soil
mulching
Covering the surface of the soil with natural (e g litter) or deliberately applied organic materials (e g straw, wood chips, foliage)
mulching
Most mulches are made from organic materials, some of the best being: hay, grass clippings, fallen leaves (best when shredded), bark chips, and compost Mulching serves to prevent moisture loss from soil, protect plants from temperature extremes, control weed growth (weed before laying mulch!), prevent water from splashing onto plant material, and as a slow-release soil amendment
mulching
The natural and gradual decomposition of dead organic matter that has been evenly distributed in a thin layer on the ground
mulching
A method of preventing weeds, moderating soil temperatures and keeping soil moist Involves covering gardens, shrubbery borders and foundation plantings with a layer of wood chips, bark mulch, cocoa hulls or hay Does not totally prevent weeds, but does help
mulching
Process of spreading organic material such as wood chips, leaves, or compost over the soil surface to control weeds and retain soil moisture
mulching
used for applying a mulch
mulch

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    [ 'm&lch ] (noun.) 1657. Probably from Middle English melsche, molsh (“soft”) from Old English melsc, milisc (“mellow, mild”).

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