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Australia Vegetation Management

Posted by Ray Swift on 4/19/18 1:07 PM

Multiple vegetation control techniques must be mastered for Australia’s invasive vegetation and land management practices.

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Topics: Application: Mowing, Skid-Steers & Attachments, Invasive Trees/Plants, Application: Mulching

Mulch Madness - Tackling The Chinese Privet

Posted by Travis Urban on 4/2/18 2:15 PM


Native to Asia, Europe, and North Africa the privets were introduced to the United States in the 1850’s as an ornamental shrub for landscaping and cut flower arrangements. Due to its quick growing nature, the Chinese Privet is still commonly sold and distributed by nurseries to be used as hedging in landscape projects. With the ability to outproduce the native foliage, the Chinese Privet has become invasive primarily in the southeast and some eastern regions.

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Topics: Application: Mowing, Skid-Steers & Attachments, Invasive Trees/Plants, Application: Mulching

Pre-Harvest Intra-Row Vegetation Management In Brazil

Posted by Chelsea Renteria on 3/30/18 9:19 AM

In Brazil, it is common for a Eucalyptus forest to be planted over a Pine forest, which can result in volunteer pine trees as a major problem, specifically between the rows. If there are too many Pine trees in a load, mills can reject the harvested Eucalyptus trees.

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Topics: Skid-Steers & Attachments, Invasive Trees/Plants, Application: Mulching, Application: Conservation Management

Revenue Generating Ideas for Land Clearing Contractors in the Spring

Posted by Neil Simons on 3/22/18 2:41 PM

Days are getting longer, and the weather is warming up. Spring is officially here in the US. Learn some ways that you can increase your paychecks during this time of the year.

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Topics: Application: Mowing, Skid-Steers & Attachments, Invasive Trees/Plants, Application: Mulching

Conquering Chinese Tallow - An Invasive Species In The South

Posted by Chelsea Renteria on 2/9/18 3:22 PM


Chinese Tallow trees are noxious invaders of the Southern US that are dangerously expanding by out-competing native vegetation. 

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Topics: Skid-Steers & Attachments, Invasive Trees/Plants, Application: Mulching

Revive Your Land by Removing Russian Olives

Posted by Chelsea Renteria on 5/25/17 1:25 PM


Russian Olive trees are an invasive species in many areas across the US.

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Topics: Skid-Steers & Attachments, Invasive Trees/Plants, Application: Forestry, Application: Mulching, Attachment Maintenance

Mulching Mesquite In The South

Posted by Ben Gutnik on 3/8/17 10:36 AM

Overgrown Mesquite on rangeland in Tuscola, TX being eliminated by the Diamond 60" Skid-Steer Forestry Mulcher.

The increase of Mesquite trees in southern states has consumed pasturelands, fueled drought conditions, and increased salinity in shallow marine areas due to lack of groundwater flow, harming native species and hurting rangeland production.

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Topics: Skid-Steers & Attachments, Invasive Trees/Plants, Application: Forestry, Application: Mulching

Saw Palmetto & Brazilian Pepper Tree a Problem in the Southeast

Posted by Ben Gutnik on 10/17/16 9:35 AM

Saw Palmetto overgrowing rangeland in FL. (Photo courtesy: University of Florida IFAS Extension)

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Topics: Application: Mowing, Skid-Steers & Attachments, Invasive Trees/Plants