Diamond Mowers customer, Trey Claycamp, Owner of Trey's Tree Mulching in Cherokee, IA wrote us to share his experience with his Skid-Steer Forestry Disc Mulcher for vegetation management.
Lonicera japonica, also known as Japanese honeysuckle and golden-and-silver honeysuckle, is a species of honeysuckle native to eastern Asia including China, Japan, and Korea. It was introduced to Florida in 1875 as an ornamental plant used in landscaping.
The Polar Vortex has passed, and Spring will be here before we know it. For those of you in the roadside maintenance industry, it will soon be time to put away the snowplows and sanders and dust off the mowers and mulchers.
The Siberian Elm, also known as a Chinese Elm, is native to eastern Asia and was introduce to the United States in the 1860s to be used for its fast growth and hardiness. It commonly functions as a shelter belt or windbreak tree. It is now recognized in areas across the United States as an invasive plant.
Equipment downtime is the bane of the vegetation management business. Below are some recommendations and tips to minimize downtime and maximize productivity.
A Preventative Maintenance Program can help you stay on top of maintenance, repairs, and parts replacements so you can prevent equipment failures.
Adding revenue to your business is key to growing and succeeding. As the summer concludes and the seasons change, the ways to generate revenue do as well.
Black Locust is native to the Ozark Mountain and the Central Appalachia. With a quick growing nature and agile adaptability, this tree and has spread to all of the lower 48 states. They have spread through the planting of ornamental landscapes, shelter belts, and fuel wood. While this is an adaptable tree, it favors previously disturbed ground such as a road ditch or an abandoned road.
Controlling the growth of the Cedar population, dubbed the green glacier, is quickly becoming an issue for Great Plains ranches, farms, and grassland ecosystems.
Insect infestations, particularly wood-boring insects, can affect a wide range of ornamental or forest trees. These insects can thrive for some time before damage is noticed and is too late for the survival of the trees.