Shredding fun all over the year!
Trees and shrubs take on their autumn leave colours. This beauty of colours makes nature at its best. However, for the gardener, autumn brings a lot of work with it: Aftercare of the lawn, thinning out borders, pruning trees and shrubs and especially clearing leaves and so much more to do! To remove this green waste in an environmentally conscious and efficient way, you can shred this waste and recycle it into compost or mulch.
Revive your lawn after the drought
The hot spring weather and the lack of rain caused a lot of plants to groan under the drought. Not only farmers had trouble with a poor harvest, the gardener also was forced to watch his beautiful lawn discolour day after day from green to brown.
Pruning can be done any time of the year!
Trees can be pruned at any time of year. Of course, when you do it depends upon the kind of tree. During the winter (November through February), pollarded trees may be pruned, such as willow, poplar, ash, oak and alder.
No chance for weeds!
SHRED AND WIN AT THE SAME TIME: your green waste disappears and the chips you get are the most ecological weapon against weeds.