Forestry mulching is an extremely efficient and environmentally sound method of clearing large areas of heavy vegetation. From thick undergrowth and scrub through to timber up to 12 inches diameter we can clear it.
The resulting mulch that is left over on the ground from the cutting process will rot down over time, returning nutrients to the soil and greatly improving its structure whilst providing a very effective weed deterrent. There is no burning of brash or the need to bring in a lot of heavy machinery for the removal of leftover materials from the clearance, it is all incorporated back into the ground.
We have been engaged by the Forestry Commission, UPM Till Hill and private land owners to remove failed crops, fire damaged crops and invasive species such as Rhododendron.
Our FMOC trained operators combined with our low ground pressure machine can deal with most terrains and we will endeavour to provide workable solutions in every situation. A recent contract involved the clearance of 20 ha of fire damaged crop ready for replanting on behalf of UPM Till Hill.