ROW Vegetation Management Products
WHY USE HERBICIDES WITHIN A ROW MAINTENANCE PROGRAM:
A consistent herbicide program is cost effective because brush density is kept to a minimum. Attempting area reclamation later is more expensive because the size and density of brush requires more time, chemical use, and mechanical equipment (mowing).
Cost Comparison between Two Maintenance Tools: Herbicide Applications are 10X less expensive than Hand Cut Removals.
SPECIALTY CHEMICAL PRODUCTS & ROW MAINTENANCE HERBICIDE PROGRAM CONSULTING
We provide Specialty Chemical Sales to Applicator Companies backed up with sound advice & guidelines
- Bare-ground Application Herbicides
- Foliar Application Herbicides
- Basal Drench Application Herbicides
We provide sales & crucial information about implementing Specialty Chemicals for Utilities & Municipals
- Program review & modification
- ROW Herbicide Implementation
- Short & Long-term Consulting
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Applicator & Utility Testimonials
MAAC Properties provides herbicide applications for commercial properties, utilities and municipals. The owner, Mark Schlutt, thinks PGMS has been instrumental in growing his vegetation control spray program. He conveyed that “..the growth of his business, mainly in Right-Of-Way spraying was due to my relationship with PGMS, their expertise and assistance was invaluable.” His opinion is that ROW spraying has become a very good profit center for his company.
Alger Delta Electric Cooperative’s General Manager, Tom Harrell, was quoted to say “the biggest difference now is that our ROW maintenance program has a more organized, comprehensive approach.” Alger Delta has not changed it’s tools, they still are using Trims/Removals/Mowing/Herbicide, it’s just now in the right places.
Our client, Tim Erickson of Mishawaka Electric Division, has observed a big improvement in the implementation of their ROW program since PGMS has implemented changes in its maintenance. The improvement is due to changing from “Trim/Re-trim” to Trimming, Mowing, Herbicide Use, and Removals.