Broad-leafed weeds compete with grasses for nutrients and shade them, thereby weakening the turf, causing erosion and ultimately reducing the hydraulics of roadside ditches. Furthermore, controlling roadside weeds is being a good neighbor to your agricultural neighbors.
Effective brush control contributes to maintaining the integrity of our electric utility lines, besides enhancing sight distances, reducing snow and ice control operations and costs, increasing roadside drainage and ultimately maintaining the integrity of the roadbed itself.
Alien species that show a tendency to spread out of control.
Growth regulators slow the rate of grass growth, thereby reducing the number of mowing cycles and overall mowing costs.