The by-products are converted into mulch rather than being wasted.
Louisiana Laws - RS - Trees, cutting without consent; penalty. § Trees, cutting without consent; penalty. A. It shall be unlawful for any person to cut, fell, destroy, remove, or to divert for sale or use, any trees, or to authorize or direct his agent or employee to cut, fell, destroy, remove, or to divert for sale or use, any trees, growing or lying on the land of another, without the consent of, or in.
Figures show that we have million board feet of growth each year.
Most pruning should be done during the winter or when the tree is dormant. This is in December through February in Louisiana.
Small amounts may be removed from evergreen trees throughout the year. If more drastic pruning of evergreens is necessary, do it in December, January or February. Some points to remember when pruning trees are.
v. Ramos, So.2d (La. App. 4 Cir. ) where the defendant/neighbor's large oak tree extended over the plaintiffs property and deposited leaves and branches onto his roof and into his yard.
In defense of the action, the defendant presented evidence that cutting the tree back to the property line would essentially kill the tree. Welcome to Louisiana Cutting. We are a precision Waterjet and Plasma mechanized CNC shape cutting service provider focused on value driven solutions to fulfill your specific demands. All with exceptional customer service.
Updated plasma power supplies with the addition of Amp capability means sparks are flying faster than ever at Louisiana. Too much water causes cypress problem By Melanie Torbett A lot of public noise has been generated lately about Louisiana’s wetland forests – that landowners are chopping down irreplaceable, centuries-old cypress trees and grinding them up into garden mulch, speeding up, if not actually causing, the state’s coastal erosion problem and making it easier for hurricanes to devastate the region.