Stands with greater than 75% pine timber should be burned on a regular basis to reduce fuel loads, control woody brush and under-story vegetation, and stimulate the growth of forage plants valuable to wildlife. Burning should be done in late fall or winter months to reduce the impact on ground nesting game and minimize insect responses to timber. Ideally, burns should only be done as described in a written burning plan prepared by a qualified natural resource professional and performed only by a certified prescribed burner.
We have extensive experience with all types of prescribed burning. Windrows, cut-over, understory, or fields, we do it all.