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Wood chips that are cedar often possess insect-repellent capabilities, especially those made from western red cedar. Using the chips to mulch around your house can help keep insects from coming close and finding an entrance to the structure. Insects that Western red cedar are know to either kill, repel or inhibit include termites, roaches, odorous house ants and carpet beetles, according to Washington State University. Cedar mulch around plants helps repel pests. Western red cedar chips contain the chemical compound thujaplicin, which provides fungicidal and antibacterial properties that can cut down on fungal spores and diseases in the garden.

Old cedar mulch requires composting before it can be turned into garden soil. If you must till a garden bed, remove its non-composted layer of cedar mulch first. Otherwise, it may cause a nitrogen deficiency in the soil, and the chunks of wood can compromise water movement and aeration. Wood chips can take up to 10 years to compost completely in the ground, but you can speed up the process by mixing them into a "hot" compost pile for at least three months, or until the chips break down. A hot pile typically contains two parts wood chips to one part grass clippings or other green materials, and it heats to 120 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit at the peak of the composting process.

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Wood chips that are cedar often possess insect-repellent capabilities, especially those made from western red cedar. Using the chips to mulch around your house can help keep insects from coming close and finding an entrance to the structure. Insects that Western red cedar are know to either kill, repel or inhibit include termites, roaches, odorous house ants and carpet beetles, according to Washington State University. Cedar mulch around plants helps repel pests. Western red cedar chips contain the chemical compound thujaplicin, which provides fungicidal and antibacterial properties that can cut down on fungal spores and diseases in the garden.

Old cedar mulch requires composting before it can be turned into garden soil. If you must till a garden bed, remove its non-composted layer of cedar mulch first. Otherwise, it may cause a nitrogen deficiency in the soil, and the chunks of wood can compromise water movement and aeration. Wood chips can take up to 10 years to compost completely in the ground, but you can speed up the process by mixing them into a "hot" compost pile for at least three months, or until the chips break down. A hot pile typically contains two parts wood chips to one part grass clippings or other green materials, and it heats to 120 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit at the peak of the composting process.

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Wood chips that are cedar often possess insect-repellent capabilities, especially those made from western red cedar. Using the chips to mulch around your house can help keep insects from coming close and finding an entrance to the structure. Insects that Western red cedar are know to either kill, repel or inhibit include termites, roaches, odorous house ants and carpet beetles, according to Washington State University. Cedar mulch around plants helps repel pests. Western red cedar chips contain the chemical compound thujaplicin, which provides fungicidal and antibacterial properties that can cut down on fungal spores and diseases in the garden.

Old cedar mulch requires composting before it can be turned into garden soil. If you must till a garden bed, remove its non-composted layer of cedar mulch first. Otherwise, it may cause a nitrogen deficiency in the soil, and the chunks of wood can compromise water movement and aeration. Wood chips can take up to 10 years to compost completely in the ground, but you can speed up the process by mixing them into a "hot" compost pile for at least three months, or until the chips break down. A hot pile typically contains two parts wood chips to one part grass clippings or other green materials, and it heats to 120 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit at the peak of the composting process.


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