01 June 2012

Site Preparation in Australian low rainfall zones www.palservices.com.au

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Like seeding a crop or building a house the site preparation or foundations is the key to a successful project. Planting trees is no different. Ripping the ground before the opening rains is the key to good strike rates and summer survival. Ripping enables the opening rains to penetrate the sub soils. Mounding then through s the top soils into the this rip and adds a great medium to plant trees in. Mounding also elevates the trees from waterlogging in those wet low lying regions.www.palservices.com.au
Given the dry start to the 2012 season site preparation is even more important to get native trees and shrubs established in low rainfall zones.www.palservices.com.au

More information contact Bill Davey: bdavey@palservices.com.au. 0892718725 0429961770