Diamond appreciates its employees who represent our Vision and Values. Meet Ray Swift, Technical Writer, an example of commitment and excellence.
If you live or work in the Southeast, you have admired breathtaking trees that have made their home as part of the southern landscape. Beautiful, old trees that have been around for generations could tell some interesting stories to the intrusive trees that have moved in and taken over. We explore some of the main invasive trees impacting the Southeast and how to tackle them.
Diamond Mowers has teamed up with United Way to help the fight for children, vulnerable adults, and people in crisis. The funds raised help address the many needs communities face by providing resources to local agencies around the country to help tackle community needs head-on.
Diamond Mowers’ customer, Greg Gilbert, shared his experience with Diamond’s Excavator Forestry Disc Mulcher for vegetation management.
Diamond Mowers’ customer, Michael Sarazin, shared his experience with Diamond’s Skid-Steer Forestry Disc Mulcher for vegetation management.
In Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas, the eastern red-cedar (Juniperus virginiana L.) has substantially reduced livestock production and profitability by 75% in the rangelands it invades.
Originally limited to rocky bluffs and other areas where fire couldn't reach them, eastern red-cedar tree populations expanded with the introduction of European land management practices to the United States. A decrease in controlled burns allowed forests to spread, including this now-invasive species. It extended from its native Kansas to nearby states, where it overtakes prairie plant life.
Over the years of hunting with family and friends, I have had the pleasure of hunting on both well-maintained and overgrown land. There is nothing worse than hoofing through thick brush to get to a prime location and still not getting that clear shot due to overrun brush and trees.
Diamond appreciates the people who contribute to our Vision and Values. Meet Chris Hanson, Product Specialist, and a true representation of what hard work and excellence can accomplish.
Liquidambar styraciflua, otherwise known as the Sweetgum, is a species of hardwood tree commonly found in the southeastern United States and into Mexico and Central America. The Sweetgum name came from the fragrant amber gum or liquid the tree produces.