I know this type of packeging. My first idee is too not use it as a mulch.
It does not exclude light. It does not make a barrier between ground and air. So it wil not be effective in surpressing weeds.
You could use it in the fall, when you have spoild fruit or dropped fruit and you put them in the compostbin.
It might hinder wasps to get too the fruit. It's a carbon source to your compost.
Or recycle it!
Let Nature work for you.
Elena Marie Haskins
posted 2 years ago
Another detail that may be of interest is I have many ground-dwelling bees who live on my property.
There are also many ground-dwelling invertebrates who are doing their part to aerate the soil, etc..
I had been worrying about inadvertently trapping the ground-dwelling bees, etc.
So far I really like the honeycomb packaging as mulch. In some places I put a double layer. I wish I had more of it.