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GORSE WEED MANAGEMENT

DO YOU HAVE A GORSE WEED ISSUE?

OUR MACHINE MULCHING PROCESS CAN HELP YOU

Gorse is an introduced noxious weed that was brought to Australia from Europe in the early 1800’s as a form of hedge plant, it soon grew out of control and is especially notorious in Tasmania and parts of southern to central Victoria as it particularly likes the consistent rainfalls in these areas.

It is considered noxious due to its potential to spread quickly and easily. It prevents pastoral land for producing high quality pasture for its stock and it can shelter other pests like rabbits. It is dangerous everywhere even on rural and residential blocks in our national parks due to its combustibility and its ability to fuel a bushfire because it is so dense and can grow up to 3 metres high.

The Gorse weed is a prickly evergreen that produces a bright yellow flower and its root system is extensive and dense. Therefore, it can be extremely challenging to remove the weed from your property.

If you suspect that you have Gorse on your property, and you are finding it quite overwhelming to know how to eradicate and manage it- we are here to help. Make an appointment with us today to walk you through the initial process of machine mulching your Gorse weeds. The eradication program does take a long time and you will also need to spray the affected area as well, to kill any regrowth. The benefits of using our machine mulching is that it can handle doing acres of Gorse weed daily the benefits are, we can get into the big overgrown areas where you have no access to spray as the coverage is to dense and you get instant results, as it will mulch the vegetation back into the soil to offer a richer soil in the long run.

Together we can tackle your Gorse weed problem on your property and help build up your pasture to become soil rich to produce a better quality pasture. Contact us to get rid of gorse today. If you would like to know more about Gorse jump onto the Victorian Gorse Taskforce website or check out our blog: what is Gorse and how to get rid of it.

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