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Land cover changes between two inventories are grouped in so-called land cover flows (LCF) and are classified according to major land use processes. The definitions of Land Cover Flows and theirs correspondence with Corine Land Cover codes can be found in the EEA report Land accounts for Europe 1990-2000 (Appendix 2).
It will keep weeds away; protect the plants by keeping the soil cool; decrease evaporation and reduce soil compaction. Be creative and use materials like: pebbles, bark chippings, gravel, cocoa shells, decorative pine cones, marbles, broken crockery, grass clippings or leaf mould. But avoid mulching too close to the stems to avoid the plant rotting in winter.
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