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Forestry mulching is a land clearing method that involves using specialized equipment to clear trees, brush, and vegetation from an area while simultaneously mulching the material into small pieces. 

During the forestry mulching process, the equipment grinds up trees, shrubs, and other vegetation into small pieces, which are then spread evenly over the cleared area as mulch. This mulch helps to control erosion, retain soil moisture, and improve soil fertility. Additionally, forestry mulching can be more environmentally friendly compared to traditional land clearing methods like bulldozing or burning, as it reduces soil disturbance and minimizes the amount of debris left behind.

Forestry mulching is commonly used in various applications such as land development, right-of-way clearing for roads and power lines, wildfire prevention and management, habitat restoration, and land reclamation.

Forestry Mulching
Forestry Mulching
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