Red Tomato Mulch, Tomato Helpers

Mulches

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Red Tomato Mulch, Tomato Helpers

Mulches

Grow Higher Tomato Yields with Red Tomato Mulch! High-Yield Tomato Mulch helps you grow plants that are healthier, more vibrant and sure to yield more of the crops you love by reflecting the growth promoting red spectrum of sunlight onto the plants. Tests show up to 26% increase in yield of fruit and vegetables. High-Yield Tomato Mulch is ideal for tomatoes, peppers and strawberries. Give your garden an added advantage! Tests show an increase of 26% more tomatoes when using Bonadea Gardens' High-Yield Tomato Mulch! * Retains moisture in soil around plants. Prevents weed growth and reduces blight caused by spores in soil splashing onto leaves.  Rolls are 18" wide and come in 25' long sections.
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Weight

2

Depth

8

Height

2

Width

11

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