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Thursday, May 02, 2013

Why Make Use Of A Tree Mover Machine? 

If you have ever been to a tree farm you'll have noticed these tree movers all over the place. A farm is actually a little different than your neighborhood nursery. The nursery normally carries what most people would consider trees. Nevertheless, these potted small things are only saplings, new baby trees. They're relatively easy to transplant, easy to move and transport. Tree farms, however, have a lot bigger trees that just cannot be moved without tree moving machines.

Moving large trees is frequently what many high-end landscape architects call for in their designs. Particularly with regards to city parks, business complexes, and maybe some manufactured communities. Even back in the late 1800's tree movers were utilised to aid the creating of Central Park in New york City. Although these were extremely rudimentary as compared with today's tree moving machines, nevertheless, the architect desired bigger trees and specifically made 3-wheeled big tree movers were developed.

Today's tree moving machinery is very specific to the various tasks required with transferring trees. For example, exactly how does one dig up a tree that is 20 ft tall? A tree spade comes in handy for this. Tree spading is a common method for relocating and transplanting large trees from one site to another.

In addition to a tree spade, other big tree movers you may find at a nursery or farm are tree forks, and pot handlers. Although besides a tree spade, you wont find this sort of tree moving gear anywhere besides a farm or nursery.

There are in fact great reasons to move a mature tree as opposed to planting new ones. Undoubtedly the 3 most typical reasons for relocating a tree rather than chopping it down, include producing a mature landscape swiftly (as with Central Park), to change the design of a mature landscape and finally simply because the value of the tree outweighs the cost of relocating a tree.

It is not easy to determine the value of the tree. Value arrives in several forms. But there are actually monetary values put on trees. Some trees are very costly to purchase even as saplings, so once they mature they are much more valuable.

The environmental advantages that mature trees provide simply cannot be valued. Trees offer climate control in the way they filter sunlight through their leaves. Areas with mature, large trees are drastically cooler than those areas without trees. The foundation systems provide water control for communities aiding storm runoff systems. Trees filter air pollution also.

Undoubtedly you'll find occasions when large tree moving is beneficial and the expenses connected with relocating a tree is countered by the value the tree brings to the situation.

For more information about tree moving equipment you can contact Heritage Oak Farm's ProLine division at 1-888-288-5308 M-F 8-5 central time and Sat. 8-12:30 central time. You can also email us about any of our ProLine equipment info@heritageoakfarm.com

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