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Tiny pieces and shreds of leaves decompose faster than whole leaves.

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Question: Tiny pieces and shreds of leaves decompose faster than whole leaves.
Top Answer (92% of 139 votes): True.

Answer: True
Explanation: The finer you can mulch your leaves the better. Most mulching will grind the leafs to dust letting it decompose and return to the soil much faster.
GrassHoppers Lawn Enforcement LLC
Answer: True
Explanation: Indeed. Whole leaves can actually cause damage to a yard due to the lack of sunlight getting to the covered turf.
Joseph Lawn Care
Answer: True
Explanation: It is easier to mulch leaves so they decompose easier they also act as a natural fertilizer
BM&L
ProMatcher
Answer: True
Explanation: They are already broken down.
Larry Pierce Lawn/Landscaping
Answer: True
Explanation: Anything decomposes faster when broken down into smaller pieces
Roop's Lawn Services, LLC
Answer: True
Explanation: Yes, because they are already more "broken-down".
Henningsen Property Maintenance LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: True
Explanation: The smaller the pieces the easier it is to decompose.
J's Complete Cleaning Services
Answer: True
Explanation: Decomposition is the process of breaking leaves down into the dirt to form a healthy topsoil. Mulching helps this process get a head start.
ARMowing Maintenance
Answer: True
Explanation: They are broke down and easier to decompose and the whole leaves just maintain its shape and takes longer to be broken down.
M&G Lawncare
ProMatcher
Answer: True
Explanation: In theory the smaller the piece the quicker it would decompose because it is much smaller in size but we do not decompose so I am not 100% sure.
Black Dirt Services LLC
Answer: True
Explanation: This also reduce smothering grass.
MGP Smart Home Services
Answer: True
Explanation: mulching puts it back into the soil and is better for the grass
chesapeake bay landscaping
ProMatcher
Answer: True
Explanation: They will break down faster and feed the lawn
JA Miller Landscaping and Lawn care
Answer: True
Explanation: As the shredded leaves decompose, they will act as a natural fertilizer and weed control agent.
Florida Landscape & Lawn Care, LLC
Answer: True
Explanation: Being mulched and shredded easy for leaves to break down and they tend to keep certain weeds like dandy lions.
Rick and Rondas Landscapes
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: I don't think they decompose faster but if the whole leaves are left, the plants under them can be damaged.
First Class Lawn Care
Answer: True
Explanation: They also make a great lawn fertilizer as well as a great mulch for winterizing flowerbeds or gardens.
KIncaid's Landscaping & Lawn Care
Answer: True
Explanation: Bc they are broke down like compost
EJs Lawncare
ProMatcher
Answer: True
Explanation: Anything broken down compost faster then anything whole.
Your Home Helpers
Answer: True
Explanation: if properly mixed with other types of vegetation. dry leaves compose slowly on own regardless of size, but a good mix of watery organics speeds the process
SG Landscape and Outdoors
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: I think there is no differences
Webster's Lawn care
ProMatcher
Answer: True
Explanation: Less surface to decompose
AW Landscape Services
Answer: True
Explanation: They tend to decompose faster
Ideal Lawns
Answer: True
Explanation: Mulching or shredding leaves speeds up the breakdown cycle of the decomposition process.
Lawn Frogs Landscaping
ProMatcher
Answer: True
Explanation: more edges more to sides to get water
h.c.lawn& fence
Answer: False
Explanation: False.
Culver Property Preservation
Answer: True
Explanation: Small shreds break down easier and smaller bugs and work there magic on the decomposition
C & R Mowing LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: True
Explanation: Less to breakdown
TJB-INC Landscape & Drainage Contractor
Answer: True
Explanation: Smaller organic matter will decompose faster than larger pieces.
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