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Rubber Mulch for Utah

Buy Rubber Mulch in Utah

From 1996, RubberMulch has manufactured top quality rubber surfacing products for military, commercial and residential markets all over Utah. Pioneering the tire recycling industry, RubberMulch utilizes the most advanced technology and equipment to process scrap tires. All our surfacing is manufactured on site, at our facility, which is monitored consistently to maintain the highest possible standard. When purchasing your surfacing at RubberMulch.com, you receive the highest quality products for the most competitive prices. Add in superb service and solid reliability and RubberMulch.com holds the gold standard in the industry. All our products are proudly made in the USA.

Contact us at 800-492-7529 for the fastest shipping and best quality rubber mulch in the Great State of Utah.

Mulch prices for Utah: 

BUY 1 $649.00 PER PALLET
BUY 2 $599.00 PER PALLET

Shipping Cost:

1 PALLET/$50, 2 PALLETS/$100, 3+ PALLETS/$150

Estimated time of shipping:

3-5 Business Days

 

Gardening in Utah

Growing season (on average) Ideal plants (and when to plant them)
Frost-free growing season starts June 3 and ends Sep 14, totalling 103 days Like radishes in your fall garden? Direct-sow their seeds outside from July 16 - August 15

How Can Rubber Mulch Help in Gardening in Utah

So you’ve decided to start a garden in the second driest state in the country. With about 300 sunny days a year, you’re sure about one thing: your plants will definitely get all the sun they need. You also need to make sure they’re kept watered and fertilized all year round.

Lucky for you, the Utah State University has a soil testing lab- the only one that is open to the public. You can bring your soil sample and they can run diagnostic tests to tell you your soil’s composition and what it needs for your produce to thrive.

Where does rubber mulching in Utah come in? Here are some common soil problems in Utah and how inorganic mulch can play a part in treating it.

Reduce Salinity

Did you know that the Great Salt Lake is saltier than the Ocean? The lake comes second to The Dead Sea in terms of salt content, making soil salinity can be real issue for gardeners in Utah. Frequent irrigation

Treating Compaction

When normal watering results to the water sliding off the soil instead of seeping through, you might have a case of soil that is too compact. Aside from regularly tilling the land, vertical mulching can help the land area to recover. Consider using rubber mulch around the base of woody perennials.

Keep Organic Matter Moist

Due to the desert climate, Utah soils have relatively low organic matter. Adding some rubber mulch on top of organic matter (compost, manures, or wood residues) not only keeps moisture trapped inside, allowing for faster fertilization of the soil- it also keeps your garden look good when your compost is in a not-so-visually-attractive state.

Now that you have your soil basics, it’s time to go planting! Utah falls under gardening zone 6, according to the USDA. This zone tells you what kind of produce you can grow in your area and when you should plant them for best results.

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Area of Basic Shapes

Area of a Square or Rectangle:

Formula: Area = Length x Width
Example:
Length = 20'
Width = 10'
Area = 10 x 20
Area = 200 sq. ft.

Area of a Right Triangle

Formula: Area = 1/2 (base x height)
Example:
Base= 10'
Height = 10"
Area= 1/2 x (10 x 10)
Area = 50 sq. ft.

Area of a Circle:

Formula: Area = π r² (pi x radius squared)
Example:
π= 3.141
r = 10'

Area= 3.141 x 10 x 10
Area = 314.1 sq. ft.

Area of an Irregular Shape

Area

Section the irregular area into basic shapes. Calculate the area of each basic shape and add the areas for each together.
Example:
Rectangle: 50' by 40'
    Area = 50 x 40 = 2,000 sq.ft.
Circle: radius = 41 '
    Area = 3.14 x 41 x 41 = 5,278 sq.ft.
Triangle A = 20' by 20'
     Area = 1/2 x (39 x 5) = 200 sq.ft.
Triangle B = 10' by 39'
     Area = 1/2 x (39 x 5) = 97.5 sq.ft.
Total Area = 7,575.5 sq.ft.