Green space maintenance
Maintenance of parks and green areas
- Working period
All year round
When you stop taking care of the green area, plants tend to grow back, losing all semblance of order. Grass can become too tall and delay the sprouting of new vegetation. Therefore, attention should be paid to tree development in parks, gardens and municipal green areas so that prompt action can be taken to preserve their value.
Lawns are managed by mowing and haying. This practice involves cutting grass at the same height and at the same time. In fact, the more time you allow between mowing, the more plant species will have a chance to grow, and thus you will lose control over the composition of the lawn.
Care and maintenance of green areas with machines
Grass mowing and pruning are intended to keep the proliferation of plants in city parks and gardens under control, so as to avoid risks to those who frequent them and increase the value of the tree stock in them.
Maintenance of city green areas includes the activities of pruning shrubs and hedges, cutting back vegetation that tends to overgrow, mowing grass, and weeding. This keeps parks and gardens looking inviting, removes unwelcome weeds, facilitates decomposition, and reduces the proliferation of insects and fungi.