Forestry Mulching

Forestry mulching is a type of land management technique that is used to clear the land of underbrush and vegetation. It involves using a special mulching machine, also known as a forestry mulcher, which uses blades to chop and grind down trees, shrubs, and other woody vegetation into small pieces. The resulting mulch can be left on-site or removed for use elsewhere. This method is preferred over traditional clearing methods because it causes less soil compaction, damage to the surrounding environment, and disruption to wildlife habitats. Additionally, forestry mulching offers numerous benefits such as: improved water infiltration & erosion control; reduced fuel consumption; increased plant diversity; improved aesthetics; and reduced labor costs.

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