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  1. Natural Erosion Control: Straw serves as a natural barrier against erosion, helping to stabilize soil surfaces and prevent runoff. This is particularly beneficial for newly seeded areas or slopes prone to erosion.

  2. Moisture Retention: The layer of straw acts as a protective barrier, helping to retain moisture in the soil and promote healthy seed germination and plant growth, especially during dry spells.

  3. Weed Suppression: Straw helps to suppress weed growth by blocking sunlight and providing a physical barrier, reducing the need for chemical herbicides and manual weeding efforts.

  4. Temperature Regulation: Straw acts as an insulating layer, helping to regulate soil temperature and protect delicate seedlings from extreme heat or cold, promoting optimal growing conditions.

  5. Organic Matter: As straw decomposes over time, it adds organic matter to the soil, improving its structure, fertility, and overall health, leading to healthier, more resilient plants.

Pricing: $9 per Bale

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