All of our mulches begin as limbs and logs that get ground up at least twice. During the grinding processes, twigs and small pieces of wood to begin with have to endure the grinding process become pulverized into what we refer to in the mulch business as mulch fines. It has a very similar consistency to sawdust in particle size but with the added benefit of still having nutrient values since we don’t kiln dry the wood. That means because of its fine consistency that mulch fines will decompose rapidly returning nutrients back to your soil very rapidly. Mulch fines would be phenomenal for the serious gardener or DIY composter. Because it’s already been screened to some of the highest tolerances, it’s easy to work with. It’d also make a great completely organic soil amendment. We sell our mulch fines to local commercial compost yards but now it’s available to the general public.