The Perfect Mulch!
A mulch which never compacts and never allows soil compaction.
A mulch which conserves moisture, buffers extreme temperatures and beautifies any landscape.
A mulch that does not harbor artillery fungus or termites.
A cost-effective, long lasting mulch that is easily spread and all without harming a tree.
Where to use Pine Needles?
- Home & Commercial Landscapes, Parks and Golf Courses
- Flower Beds
- Natural Areas
- Steep Banks
- Pet Bedding
- Livestock Barns
The North Carolina Pine Needle Producers Association has been promoting the planting of longleaf pine seedlings since the mid ‘80s and with three million acres planted; there is a more than adequate supply of mother nature’s perfect mulch. The longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) is a very important species native to the Southeastern U.S. Support of the longleaf pine needle industry insures the perpetuation of longleaf pines and all other species indigenous to their ecosystem.
For information contact:
North Carolina Pine Needle Producers Association
P.O. Box 2326
Southern Pines, North Carolina 28388
Visit the website: www.ncpineneedleproducers.com
To receive a printed copy of the NC Pine Needle Producers Directory contact:
NCDA & CS, Marketing Specialist
1020 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1020
Phone: (919) 707-3147
Fax: (919) 715-0155
E-mail: John Hammond
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