Forestry mulching converts the leftover vegetation in an area like brush, trees, short grassy foliage, and heavy branches into a natural, environmentally friendly top-layer of ground covering. Commonly known as mulching, the process eliminates the need for multiple machines such bulldozers, excavators, tree shears, wood chippers, grinders, and hauling equipment. Instead, with forestry mulching, a single machine is used to cut, grind, and clear vegetative growth and saplings, leaving behind a shredded blanket of mulch. This protective layer of organic material is left to break down and be reintroduced into the soil, making it richer and more fertile. The biodegradable top-layer (mulch) becomes a natural protective barrier over the soil that stabilizes the ground, prevents erosion, and encourages native plant growth.
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Welcome to Garda. For 25 years, we have brought our signature design aesthetic to public and private gardens throughout New York City. Our goal is to increase the natural beauty of every landscape.