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PERFECT FOR VEGETABLE & HERB GARDENS

SUGAR CANE TOPS MULCH 3KG

$7.97ea

Australian-Made,-Grown-&-Owned-full-colo

View our NEW Tea Tree 3kg Mulch

IN STORES FROM MARCH 18TH
LIMITED TIME ONLY

Found in the indoor plant section at Bunnings 

Product Description

Oreco Sugar Cane Tops are produced from the chopped leafy tops of sugar cane crops. Our Sugar Cane Tops is a premium garden mulch that is perfect for vegetable and herb gardens, pots and garden beds.

The cane tops are harvested from the standing crop, directly into transportable field bins. The tops never touch the ground, ensuring the cleanest, contaminant free product possible.

Features & Benefits

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QUEENSLAND SUGAR CANE

Sourced 100% from Queensland Sugar Cane crops.

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WATER SAVING

Reduces the water evaporation from the soil.

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COVERAGE FOR 30 POTS

Enough mulch to cover 30 standard 200mm pots.

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WEED & SEED FREE

The cane tops are harvested from the standing crop, directly into transportable field bins. 

They are then precision dried using one of Australias largest industrial dyers killing off weeds and pathogens.

 

The tops never touch the ground, ensuring the cleanest, contaminant free product possible.

Tips & Hints

We all know about mulching our flower gardens, so why not add Oreco Tea Tree to your pot plants, small gardens or indoor houseplants? 


A well planted, healthy container garden can be the focal point of a space, so it’s important to put a little extra attention into the overall look. A nice layer of mulch is a very simple finishing touch that can transform your plants!

  • Give a clean appearance by hiding the soil.

  • Dress up leggy plants and make the container look “finished.”

  • Prop up drooping stems and hold plants upright.

  • Discourage pets from digging in the soil, especially if you put a layer of mesh underneath the mulch.

  • Prevent weeds from germinating in the pot.

  • Keep soil from splashing out when watering plants.

 

Just remember, don’t:

  • Overwater: The biggest problem with using mulch is that it’s easy to overwater. The water filters right through the mulch and the plant looks dry, but underneath you might have soggy or mouldy garden soil. Try pulling back the soil to check the moisture level of the soil before watering.

  • Over Mulch: Just as with garden plants, a pile of mulch up against the stems of your plants can cause them to rot. Instead, keep it thin and mostly decorative.

How to apply

Thoroughly break up mulch and sprinkle evenly to the desired thickness.  

Keep mulch 2cm from plant steams, water entire pot to settle the mulch.

Coverage

SITUATION                 DEPTH               COVERAGE

Replenishing            20 - 25mm                 1.0m2

New                           40 - 50mm                 0.5m2

Square meters (m2) = length x width

ONLY AVAILABLE AT BUNNINGS

FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY