Turning your overgrown trees, brush, and weeds into a neat lawn can be challenging. However, using the best techniques can help you expand your yard by clearing lush trees. On the YouTube Channel, “Kapper Outdoors,” in the video “BEFORE AND AFTER! From thick, nasty brush/woods to a new lawn! ILLINOIS Bobcat CTL project,” he explains the process of clearing the overgrown brush to transform the area into a neat lawn.
The first step involves clearing the bush using an excavator. This brings down all the trees and bushes in the area.
The brush clearing process involves cross-cutting the roots and the weeds from the area.
When brush clearing, make sure you remove as many roots as possible while ensuring the dirt remains in place. Use a power grader to level the ground after clearing the weeds and the roots. Once the ground is well leveled, you can plant the grass and wait for two weeks to see the results.
Using proper brush-clearing methods ensures there are no washouts in the area. The grass grows even, and you get a beautiful lawn from an area that previously had nasty overgrown trees.