The plantation industry involves a variety of applications. These range from forestry plantations with eucalyptus, pines and similar, to Christmas tree stands and short rotation plantations, oil palm plantations and fruit plantations such as pineapple, bananas, apples, etc.
The use of mulch technology in plantation agriculture may involve mulching all of the vegetation or just the harvest remains and root stocks. Among other things, this involves plant preparation for the next crop.
The soil is also often processed with a rotorvator after mulching to also remove the tree stumps and roots in the ground. Cultivated and fertile soil performs better for new seed planting. Root stocks and harvest residues are often extremely obstructive when using machines for maintenance and harvesting. A particular feature in this area is that there are no significant alternatives to our technology for environmentally and economically sustainable plantation industry.