- n. 覆盖物，护盖物；护根
- vt. 做护根；以护盖物覆盖
- mulch (n.)
- 1650s, probably from a noun use of Middle English molsh (adj.) "soft, moist" (early 15c.), from Old English melsc, milisc "mellow, sweet," from Proto-Germanic *mil-sk- (cognates: Dutch mals "soft, ripe," Old High German molawen "to become soft," German mollig "soft"), from PIE root *mel- "soft" (see mild).
- mulch (v.)
- 1802, from mulch (n.). Related: Mulched; mulching.
- 1. In May, mulch the bed with garden compost.
- 2. I used stable muck as a mulch for my roses.
- 3. A loose mulch acts on the surface as an insulator.
- 4. One of the earliest means of raising was mulch decomposition.
- 5. To reduce the risk of damage a light mulch only should be used.
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