Used for land clearing and site preparation, mulching is a process that involves grinding trees, shrubs, and any other vegetation using heavy-duty machinery.
Through the use of hydraulics, the material is not only ground up but spread across the land, essentially returning its organic matter to form a layer of mulch that can smother weeds and prevent the growth of future invasive plants.
Not only does forestry mulching have minimal soil disturbance compared to traditional clearing techniques like bulldozing, it also works with much less noise pollution.
In addition to this, there is no need for burning debris or removal as all wood chips are returned to the forest floor. All in all, forest mulching is an effective and environmentally friendly way of maintaining beautiful forests and wild lands.