Inorganic mulching refers to the use of synthetic materials, such as plastic or fabric, to cover the soil around plants. It helps to retain moisture, control weed growth, and regulate soil temperature. Inorganic mulching can be effective in certain situations, but it can also have negative impacts on soil health and the environment. It can lead to soil compaction and reduced microbial activity, and can contribute to plastic pollution if not disposed of properly. Overall, inorganic mulching should be used with caution and in conjunction with other sustainable practices to minimize negative impacts.

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