I have a question about Mulch - you know the stuff you put in flower beds and such?
ok what I was wanting to know if you have flower beds all around your home right up next to the home,, and then you add Mulch over the dirt,, for the nice look and all
will the mulch bring termites,, can and will it cause you to get termites or anything
just something I have always wondered about,, thank you
- RosaLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
No it won't bring bugs. I suggested laying down sereral layers of newpaper first before you lay down the mulch because it will stop the weeds from growing through. Make sure there are at least 4 or 5 layers of each sheet. It works get and you don't have to buy those expensive weed covering sheets.
- bssd12000Lv 51 decade ago
Mulch is sterile. It gets very hot when being created and therefore everything dies. Termites come in swarms. In Ky they actually have termite swarms on the news to that people can take care of the problem or start to look for signs of termites. Different bugs like lose dirt but they are usually beneficial bugs so nothing to worry about.
- shadowdancr17Lv 51 decade ago
mulch usually has been treated, and you should have no trouble using it. there are all kinds of materials to use for mulch, so check with your local garden supply store for tips & advice.