- Wood chips
- Composted chips
- Soilless mixes
- Sand peat mixes
- Mushroom soil
- Topsoil mixes and more
Millcreek created the popular Row Mulcher when a small blueberry grower asked us to build a spreader for applying wood chips to those acid-loving plants.
Now all kinds of growers have discovered how the original Row Mulcher makes it so practical to apply mulch and compost for moisture conservation, weed suppression, soil temperature moderation and for adding organic material to the soil.
Berry Crop Farms
Adding wood chip mulch to blueberries is a great way to support the acidic soil conditions they need for optimal growth.
Mulch helps retain precious soil moisture, keeps soil temperatures buffered against extremes and adds organic matter.
Orchards / Citrus
Compost and mulch created by tree and fruit residue can be recycled by applying it back to the soil under the drip line.
Row Mulchers apply material to field grown stock, pot in pot stock and can even serve as a potting soil conveyance system in some cases.