Forestry Size Reduction Articles

  • One Zambian man’s inspiring journey from charcoal burner to forest champion

    We often hear about big global environmental issues such as deforestation, poaching or overfishing and forget that there are individuals at the heart of these activities. Have you ever stopped to wonder, what motivates someone to cut down trees in the first place? How often do they contemplate the impact they’re having on the environment? And what experience or insights lead to ...


    By Ensia

  • How can briquetting machines save the earth?

    Jay Khodiyar Machine Tools is leading manufacturer of Biomass Briquettes Machine. Biomass Briquetting Plant is used to produce the White Coal from the agro forestry waste like ground nut shell, sugar cane bagasse,rice husk etc. This white coal is eco friendly fuel as it is made up of agro forestry waste. In this process of briquetting there is no need to add any extra binder to bind the raw ...


    By JK BioEnergy

  • How To Compare Commercial Ride On Mowers

    There are plenty of professions that would require the use of a commercial ride on mower – perhaps you work for a gardening or landscaping company that looks after private properties or perhaps you work for a council and are in charge of maintaining local parks. For whatever reason, choosing an appropriate mower for your needs should be your main focus otherwise you are setting yourself up ...


    By Ride On Mowers Online

  • AE Thompson Waste Composter - Case Study

    AE Thompson is a green waste composter based in Wingate, Country Durham. The company process waste from tree surgeons, landscapers, skip-hire services, gardening businesses and local authorities. With leaves, grass and hedge cuttings accounting for approximately 30% of all waste, the company needed and efficient and robust system they could rely upon. They came to EMS looking for a dependable ...

  • Public agencies refine grinding strategies

    From coast to coast, municipal agencies operate yard trimmings composting facilities. In many cases, they are on the front line when storms hit that leave downed trees and branches in their wake, opening their gates to a flow of feedstocks of all shapes and sizes. On the other end of the processing chain, these facilities are refining their capabilities to transform the incoming wood, storm ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Vermeer SC602 stump cutter makes short work of big projects

    The Vermeer SC602 stump cutter is designed to provide tree-care contractors with power and innovative features to make short work of major stump removal projects. The SC602 stump cutter features a Caterpillar C2.2T Tier 4i (stage IIIB) diesel engine that produces 60 hp (44.7 kW) and 142 ft-lb (192.5 Nm) of torque to power through the toughest stump-cutting jobs. A 12-gallon (45.4 L) capacity fuel ...


    By Vermeer

  • Vermicompost production and its use for crop production in the Philippines

    Vermicompost was produced with Perionyx excavatus and Eudrilus eugeniae using animal manures, leguminous leaves, grass and agro-forestry wastes. Yields of corn fertilised with vermicompost at 5t/ha and rice at 2t/ha of vermicompost were comparable with those for corn fertilised with 100% chemical fertilisers and 40% increase over the control for rice. Chinese cabbage and eggplant fertilised with ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Aluminum Stabilizer Legs: Why Aluminum over Steel?

    General Kinematics stabilizer legs are designed to be the strongest and longest lasting in the industry. This longevity is due in part to the material in which they are cast.: aluminum. The natural properties of aluminum rapidly conduct heat away from the leg bushing, allowing aluminum legs to run 20 or more degrees cooler than steel. This is important, as the reduced temperature of the aluminum ...


    By General Kinematics

  • Anderson aggregates excels at a new kind of land clearing in North Carolina

    The first thing that Chris Anderson describes when talking about his land-clearing business, Anderson Aggregates, is its great location in Mocksville, N.C., north of Charlotte and south of Winston-Salem and Greensboro. Development is booming in and around these cities, in addition to Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh to the east, and Rockhill, S.C. Regulations to control soil erosion are being ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Western New York form nets big results from smaller machines

    There's little arguing the benefits larger grinders can provide to today's wood recycling professional. Higher throughputs, faster turnarounds, increased volumes, etc., are common for those who 'upsize' their machines. In many processing environments, however, there's an equally compelling case to be made for smaller machines. In such situations, bigger is not necessarily better and, as some ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Defoliation of panicled tick-clover, tweedy`s tick-clover, and tall bush-clover: i. Winter survival and yields of Nitrogen, herbage, and seed

    Few native herbaceous perennial warm-season legumes are available for cultivation in the southern United States. Additional germplasm would be useful for pastures, biomass production, wildlife plantings, rangeland reseeding, or native prairie restoration. Three native perennial legumes were selected from an initial screening of north-central Texas germplasm for potential domestication based on ...

  • New Source Review: The Debate Rages On

    New Source Review (NSR) has been the subject of debate for as long as many in the environmental field can remember. To its supporters, NSR is a powerful tool for blunting harmful air pollution. To its detractors, NSR wastes resources and retards environmental progress. Both sides would agree that NSR is a political “hot potato” that shows no signs of cooling down any time soon. This column ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • New order fra`s national outstanding logger performs stewardship logging in the Sierras

    Terri Simon-Jackson, District Ranger of the Mt. Hough Ranger District of California's Plumas National Forest, speaks to the new order of National Forest management and how it has changed in the last few years: 'It's really not all that important what you take off the land. What really is important right now is what you leave behind. (Contractor) Randy Pew epitomizes that. He's made a good ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Central Wisconsin logger finds pulpwood production `exciting`

    Like a lot of logging contractors, Mike Theilke’s career in the woods started early. At 14 he was bicycling out to the woods with his chain saw hooked over one side of his handlebars and his gas and oil containers over the other side. That was some time ago. Since then, Theilke has done just about everything there is to do in the logging business. He has peeled popple, done his share of chain saw ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Shovel logging in the Carolina swamps

    Located in northeastern North Carolina, East Dismal Swamp - like its famous cousin a few miles to the north, Great Dismal Swamp - is a lowland marsh on the state's Coastal Plain, which is prone to flooding and almost always boggy. It is densely forested with several hardwood species such as oak and black gum, as well as softwood species like cypress and pine. The swamp is also inhabited by a ...


    By Morbark, LLC

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