Mulching News

  • Walki develops new biodegradable mulching paper

    Walki has developed a new fibre-based soil mulching solution that is completely biodegradable. This organic mulch type, which is used for weed control and to optimise soil conditions and crop yield, is the first of its kind on the market. Walki, a leading global producer of technical laminates and protective packaging materials, has developed the first-ever organic mulching solution ...


    By Walki Group Oy

  • John Deere 2017 Residential ZTrak Z300 Models Include Improved Capability, Efficiency and Comfort Features

    The landscape of the John Deere residential ZTrak zero-turn radius mower line takes on a new look with five new models, priced under $3,500.00 – the ...


    By John Deere

  • No Muss, no fuss: how our quality logistics helps deliver great results

    T.H. Glennon brings more than a half-century of experience in manufacturing and transporting highly concentrated colorants for a variety of mediums. Whether your clients need wood, concrete, aggregate, or rubber colorants, T.H. Glennon has the experience to get it done as your one-stop-shop mulch colorant supplier. Achieving ...


    By T.H. Glennon Co., Inc.

  • Higher Yield with Less Colorant: The T.H. Glennon Difference

    There’s no secret — there’s just science. Your customers’ lawns and landscapes depend on artistry, sure. A beautiful outdoor space requires a special eye for shape and color. But beneath that artistry is chemistry, and chemistry is what has made us — and kept us — a market leader. In working to develop ...


    By T.H. Glennon Co., Inc.

  • Mow and munch!

    Soon our lawns will be coverend in not just grass, but also leaves! You can multi-task by “munching” your leaves as you mow. Just mow over them, chopping them into small bits, and let them stay on the grass. These shredded leaves will help to control weeds and provide your soil with winter nutrients that lead to a beautiful lawn next spring. And don’t worry about seeing brown on ...


    By Eco Partners, Inc.

  • Richard Stewart Joins the T.H. Glennon Team

    T.H. Glennon Co., Salisbury, Mass., is pleased to announce that Richard Stewart has joined the company as National Sales Manager. Richard will manage the sales force that represent the company’s line of Colorfast landscape mulch colorants for wood, rubber and aggregate, as well as the Mulch Color ...


    By T.H. Glennon Co., Inc.

  • Make Big Jobs Feel Small With the New John Deere Large-Frame Skid Steer Loaders and Compact Track Loaders

    Contractors, landscapers, farmers, rental professionals and other equipment owners who understand the value of compact equipment can now expect even more power, productivity and uptime on the job with the new John Deere large-frame G-Series skid steers (330G, ...


    By John Deere

  • Tractor mounted mower of the year

    As seen at BTME this year, the Wessex ProLine CRX MultiCut mower has won What Kit? tractor mounted mower of the year award. Here's what they said: The CRX MultiCut concept offers a roller mower with full-width rollers ...


    By Wessex International

  • Land users are positive about long-term benefits of sustainable practices

    The costs and benefits of sustainable land management have been collated in a new review. Data from a global archive was analysed for the costs of sustainable practices and technologies and for land users' perceptions of cost–benefit ratios. Most respondents had a positive view of the short-term cost-benefit ratio, and a strongly positive view of the long term. Low upfront costs, long-term ...

  • Case IH launches new Farmall JXM series tractors

    The optional 20×20 creeper transmission offers speeds as low as 280 metres per hour for specific applications such as trenching and mulching. (image source: Case IH) The Farmall JXM series is powered by the Iveco S8000 series engines which are available in two versions, 80 hp and 88 hp. The four-cylinder turbocharged powering is further enhanced by the intercooler in both ...


    By TractorExport

  • New Full Line Hydro Mulch - Verdyol Virgin

    Cascade is proud to be a full line distributor of the Verdyol Virgin product line as well as the already stocked Verdyol Biotic Earth products. This is the most comprehensive hydro mulch system available today, with proven case studies to prove their success! We are pleased to offer a new line of hydro-seeding products, Verdyol Virgin, a 100% virgin wood fiber hydraulic mulch plus tack thermally ...


    By Cascade Geotechnical Inc.

  • Living mulch, organic fertilizer tested on broccoli

    Cover crops provide many benefits to agricultural production systems, including soil and nutrient retention, resources and habitat for beneficial organisms, and weed suppression. In regions where short growing seasons can hinder the establishment of productive cover crops between cash crop growing periods, living mulch systems may provide vegetable crop growers with opportunities to establish ...

  • Organic mulch lets insect pollinators do their job

    As interest in organic agricultural and horticultural practices continues to grow, so does the need to identify alternative weed control practices. Mulching, a common practice used to control weeds and reduce the need for tillage, can also reduce insect pollinators' exposure to harmful pesticides; however, finding the right mulch materials that allow pollinators to flourish can be challenging. ...

  • Polyethylene mulch, glazing create optimal conditions for soil solarization

    Soil solarization, a process that uses solar radiation to rid the soil of pests, is most common in regions with high solar radiation and high temperatures during the summer season. An alternative to soil fumigation, the process is used either alone or in combination with fumigants. To accomplish solarization, solar radiation is used to passively heat moist soil covered with clear plastic ...

  • Over 40 safety and health violations found at Wayne Lumber and Mulch Inc.

    Wayne Lumber and Mulch Inc. continues to expose employees to willful, repeat and serious safety and health hazards at the company's sawmill in Wayne. The employer faces $85,080 in proposed penalties following two investigations by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA conducted a planned safety inspection in March 2014 as part of the agency's ...

  • Valtras at work in Czech forest

    The forests of Bohemia in the mountainous northern and western regions of the Czech Republic are alive with the sound of Valtra tractors hard at work. A Valtra 6300 with 24,000 hours on the clock is transporting branches from the logging site to the side of the road, where a new S Series produces woodchips for a nearby power plant. The 200 employees of the Czech company Solitera work in ...

  • Recycled Christmas trees: mulch, dunes, habitats

    It's one of America's great recycling success stories: Every year, hundreds of thousands of discarded Christmas trees are collected and reused. Many are picked up curbside by local garbage collection services and turned into mulch. But there are other second acts for Christmas trees, too. They're placed on beaches to shore up dunes and sunk in lakes as fish habitats. They've even been milled into ...


    By Associated Press

  • Global Agricultural Films Market for Greenhouse, Mulching and Silage Applications 2013 2019

    ResearchMoz.us include new market research report" Global Agricultural Films (LDPE, LLDPE, HDPE, EVA/EBA, Reclaims and Others) Market for Greenhouse, Mulching and Silage Applications 2013 2019  " to its huge collection of research reports. Growing population compounded with increasing food demand has put pressure on agricultural productivity, as there is shrinkage in arable land ...


  • Plastic mulching reduces farmland bird numbers and diversity

    Using plastic sheeting to encourage early growth of crops reduces the number and diversity of farmland birds, new research from Poland suggests. The study shows that this effect continues even after plastic has been removed. Plastic ‘mulching’ is the use of sheets of plastic to cover vegetables after sowing; this controls weeds and increases the soil temperature, allowing faster ...

  • Plastic mulching reduces farmland bird numbers and diversity

    Using plastic sheeting to encourage early growth of crops reduces the number and diversity of farmland birds, new research from Poland suggests. The study shows that this effect continues even after plastic has been removed. Plastic ‘mulching’ is the use of sheets of plastic to cover vegetables after sowing; this controls weeds and increases the soil temperature, allowing faster ...

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