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Old 11-13-2011, 02:51 PM
Oasis360 Oasis360 is offline
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I am also interested in a way to remove blackberries as a 1-time brush removal service. They grow in mounds here in the NorthWest that can get as high as 12 feet and as wide and deep as allowed to spread. I have a 16 inch Chainsaw, 18 inch Hedge Trimmer, some hand tools, and a Side Discharge Mower with a GatorBlade in it that I basically pick up, and set on top of brush or mounds of bramble. I know this is extremely unsafe so I'm looking for a better way. I have a truck and trailer to haul away most of the large sticks and swaths of debris, and can burn them on my property. The big issue is clearing this mess quickly and cost effectively - as a 1 time cleanup service... I also have a Troy Horse PTO rototiller I can use to further disturb the root systems of brush. Any Advice Helps =)
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