Olive Tree Removal and Clearing for New Fence Line Installation

Starting to make our way through

Starting to make our way through


Clearing the path for the new fence line to be installed

Clearing the path for the new fence line to be installed

Wild Olive Tree Removal
Here we are removing hundreds of Wild Olive trees which have unfortunately overtaken all native vegetation trying to compete with them. Olive trees, if not being maintained, can grow into a huge and costly problem in a really short time. These pest trees will out compete with the native trees and vegetation without hesitation, driving away all native wildlife such as koalas, possums and native bird life.

Here we are undertaking the removal the trees to allow for a new fence line to be installed, the original fence line has been destroyed and pushed over by the growth of the Olive trees. We have to first cut our way through with chainsaws and log chippers, then trim all base trunks down as low as possible to the ground before poisoning the remaining base trunk. To kill of the remaining base and root system we “drill and fill”. We drill many several holes into the base trunk and fill them with selective poisons.

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