We have bulk "Pine Bark" available for sale.
Due to the fact that we debark our "Pine Wood Logs" before it's being used for production of "Pine Wood Shavings", we have big quantities of bark available for sale.
Bark is the outermost layers of wood logs and refers to
all the tissues outside of the vascular cambium and is a nontechnical term. It
overlays the wood and consists of the inner bark and the outer bark. The inner
bark, which in older stems is living tissue, includes the innermost area of the
periderm. The outer bark in older stems and include the dead tissue on the
surface of the stems, along with parts of the innermost periderm and all the
tissues on the outer side of the periderm.
Some of the best organic materials include pine bark. Pine
bark is longer lasting and pine bark mulch is primarily used as a soil
conditioner or as mulch.
Products used by people that are derived from bark
Spices and other flavorings
Tanbark for tannin
Various hallucinatory chemicals
Mulching trees and shrubs is a good method to reduce
landscape maintenance and keep plants healthy. Mulch helps conserve moisture,
10 to 25 percent reduction in soil moisture loss from evaporation.
Mulches help keep the soil well aerated by reducing soil
compaction that results when raindrops hit the soil. They also reduce water
runoff and soil erosion. Mulches prevent soil and possible fungi from splashing
on the foliage, thus reducing the likelihood of soil-borne diseases. They also help
maintain a more uniform soil temperature (warmer in the winter and cooler in
the summer) and promote the growth of soil microorganisms and earth worms.
Mulches eliminate mowing around trees and shrubs and
provide a physical barrier that prevents damage from lawn mowers and weed
trimmers. A 2- to 4-inch layer (after settling) is adequate to prevent most
weed seeds from germinating.
Mulch can be applied any time of the year.
However, the best time to mulch is late spring after the soil has warmed. Early
spring application will delay soil warming and possibly plant growth. It is not
necessary to remove the mulch when you fertilize. Apply the fertilizer over the
mulch, nutrients will move with water to the roots below.