Hearing that seems kind of weird, doesn’t it? But you’d be surprised. Trees compete for a limited supply of water an nutrients in the soil and grass not only takes away from trees – it often takes more than trees do. Additionally, you have to mow grass in order to maintain it. And mowing or trimming around a tree’s base can cut and damage roots.
So – do you want grass around your trees’ base? The answer is ‘no.’ But the problem now becomes removing and disposing of the grass, itself – and that’s what we’re going to discuss today.