What is forestry mulching?

Forest mulching is a clearing method that uses a single machine to cut, grind and clean vegetation. A forestry shredding machine, also known as a forestry grinder, forestry chewer or brushcutter, uses a rotating drum equipped with. A forestry grinder grinds vegetation flush with the ground, leaving a protective mulch cover as it progresses, all in a single pass. It will immediately leave behind a layer of organic material that is both functional and attractive.

Forest mulch is a property improvement that also helps prevent soil erosion and also acts as a fire damper. Mulching also helps with pasture restoration, increases PH levels and reduces soil acidity, making it a benefit to the soil as well as creating a more desirable landscape. Forest mulching is a clearing method that uses machinery to cut, grind and clean vegetation. Forest mulching is a rapid clearing and land preparation system that cuts down and crushes trees or vegetation, turning them into mulch.

This process is carried out using a dedicated chewer, brushcutter, or shredder that uses a rotating drum attached to the teeth or blades of a steel chipper to cut vegetation into pieces.