Sunday, 31 May 2020
  • Tractor Mowing
    Brush Hogging
    Quotes & services provided by Texas Mowing Services staff & equipment
  • Heavy Duty Shredder can mulch 6 to 10 inch trees
    Extreme Brush Hogging
    Utilizing our Extreme Duty Tree Cutter
  • Texas Mowing Services does it all.
    Zero Turn Mowing and Weed Eating
    For small or large acreage. Complete mow or clean up.
  • Also Called Forestry Mulching
    Wheeled Hydro Axing
    Mulching trees and vegetation. Form 1 inch to 60 inch diameter trees.
  • Mulching trees and vegetation 6 inches and smaller.
    Under Brushing Service
    We are the oldest Hydro Ax Company in Texas.
  • We are the oldest Hydro Ax Company in Texas.
    Track Hydro Ax Clearing
    Track machine can mulch up to 45 inch trees.
  • Serving all of Texas
    Excavator Services
    Pipelines, Grub N Root, Underground Utilities, & More
  • Serving All of Texas
    Dozer Services
    Grub N Root, Land Clearing, Pipelines, Ponds, Roads, Right of Ways, Tanks & More...
Brush Hogging
Brush hogging or bush hogging, commercial, oilfield, industrail, ranch, residenitial for al of Texas
CRP Mowing
If you are enrolled in the CRP and or CREP program, periodic mowing is required.
Slope Mowing
Slope mowing is dangerous and it takes a special talent, nerve and equipment.
Tractor Mowing
No Matter how tall or thick your grass & weeds are ... we can mow it.
Weed Eating
Weed Eating, Edging, and Blower Services is standard with one of the main services.
Zero Turn Mowing
Zero turn mowing services for residential, commercial, farms, industruial, oilfield, ranches, raw land, and more.
Code Compliance
Business, Consumer, & Investors alike ... Code enforcement is a big thing today. Violation can cost big money ... Maybe even your property.
Dozer Services
Energy Services
Mowing or Clearing Pipelines, ROWS, Solar Farms, Transmission Lines, Wind Farms,
Excavator Services
HOA Services
Offerring all Services to Home Owners Associations and Property Owners Associations.
ROW Service
Right of Way Mowing, Right of Way Brush Hogging, ROW Mowing, ROW Maintenance, Right of Way Weed Eating,
Coronavirus
During This Crisis ... We Are Still Offering All Services

Texas Strip Mowing, Texas Strip Mowing Services, is offered to the entire State of Texas. Austin, Dallas, Ft Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Galveston, Waco, Abilene, Alvin, Amarillo, Angleton, Arlington, Bryan, Beaumont, College Station, Corpus Christi, Victoria, Bay City, Baytown, Big Spring, Brenham, Brownwood, Canyon Lake, Conroe, Corsicana, Denton, Friendswood, Georgetown, Hereford, Huntsville, Kerrville, Killeen, Lake Jackson, League City, Longview, Lubbock, Lufkin, Madisonville, McKinney, Midland, Nacogdoches, New Braunfels, Odessa, Palestine, Pasadena, Pearland, Plano, Port Arthur, Rosenberg, Round Rock, San Angelo, San Marcos, Seguin, Sugar Land, Temple, Texas City, The Woodlands, Tyler, Universal City, Waxahachie, Weatherford, Wichita Falls

Texas Strip Mowing mowing is a useful technique for controlling the invasion of woody stems in grassland situations where the desired plant composition is currently present but the wildlife species being managed for have limited mobility or small home ranges.   Managing a grassy field for eastern cottontail rabbits would be a good example, where the objective is to maximize the interspersion of tall erect vegetation for protective cover, with short succulent vegetation for foraging.  By alternating mown and non-mown strips of vegetation across the entire field, the whole field can continue to supply both habitat types and support a healthy rabbit population while keeping the invasion of woody stems in check. 

Texas Strip Mowing is typically conducted over a two to four-year period where only one-half to one-fourth of the field is mown in any given year in linear strips across the entire width or length of the field.  Mown and non-mown strips of vegetation are alternated with one another. Whether the entire field is ultimately mown over a two, three or four-year period depends on site conditions such as soil fertility, annual soil moisture, and the extent to which the site is prone to seed dispersal from mature trees near the area.  Typically, a site with high soil fertility and moderate soil moisture is more apt to experience rapid woody growth once the seed source has become established.  Therefore, a greater portion of the site will need to be treated with strip mowing in any given year to keep woody succession under control.  On low fertility and droughty sites, strip mowing one-fourth to one-fifth of the field in strips each year may be all that is needed to keep woody invasion at bay.   

Remember that the primary purpose of conducting strip mowing is to control woody invasion.  Therefore, utilize strip mowing only to the degree that it is necessary to control woody plants and to maintain the proper habitat for the wildlife species being managed.  If the area being managed has extensive woody invasion pressure, then alternative habitat maintenance practices, such as strip disking, strip spraying, or prescribed burning, might be better choices for maintaining the grassland. When conducting strip mowing, the landowner should first determine the frequency (two to 5 years) at which each portion of the field should be mown.  Based on the desired frequency, the landowner should then determine the width and number of both the mown and non-mown strips.   

Narrow strips of non-mown cover increase the ability of predators to more efficiently locate potential prey; therefore, non mown strips should be at least 30 feet wide - if not wider.  To simplify the task, most landowners use the width of their mower as a guide.  For example, let’s suppose that the landowner’s objective is to apply strip mowing to one-third of the field each year.  The landowner might accomplish this by mowing a linear strip equal to twice the width of his mower.  In other words,mow a strip and then turn around and mow another strip immediately next to the first one back to the
beginning.  The landowner would then skip an area equal to 4 times the width of his mower, before mowing another strip twice the width of his mower.  The landowner would continue alternating the
sequence (mow 2 widths, leave 4 widths) until the far end of the field is reached.   The next year, the landowner would begin by mowing one-half (2 mower widths) of each of the strips that he did not
mow the first year.  The third year, the landowner would mow the remaining strips that were not mowed the first and second years.

Texas Strip Mowing Services offers Tractor mowing, Zero Turn Mowing, Weed Eating, Edging, Hedge Trimming and blower services.

All services and prices are offered and based on
"what type of property it is" ... NOT ...."where it is".

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Texas Mowing Services staff and equipment.

You talk to us and we perform the work.

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Texas Strip Mowing Services service areas include but are not limited to: Austin Texas, Dallas Texas, El Paso Texas, Ft Worth Texas, Houston TexasSan Antonio Texas, Alvin Texas, Amarillo Texas, Angleton Texas, Arlington Texas, Azle Texas, Bay City Texas, Baytown Texas, Beaumont Texas, Big Spring Texas, Bryan Texas, Brenham Texas, Brownwood Texas, Buda Texas, Caldwell Texas, Canyon Lake Texas, College Station Texas, Conroe Texas, Corpus Christi Texas, Corsicana Texas, Cypress Texas, Denton Texas, Dickinson Texas, Friendswood Texas, Galveston Texas, Georgetown Texas, Grand Prairie Texas, Hearne Texas, Hereford Texas, Huntsville Texas, Katy Texas, Kerrville Texas, Killeen Texas, Kingwood Texas, Lake Jackson Texas, League City Texas, Longview Texas, Lubbock Texas, Lufkin Texas, Madisonville Texas, Magnolia Texas, McKinney Texas, Mesquite Texas, Midland Texas, Nacogdoches Texas, Navasota Texas, New Braunfels Texas, Odessa Texas, Palestine Texas, Pasadena Texas, Pearland Texas, Plano Texas, Port Arthur Texas, Rosenberg Texas, Round Rock Texas, San Angelo Texas, San Marcos Texas, Seguin Texas, Spring Texas, Sugar Land Texas, Temple Texas, Texas City Texas, Texarkana Texas, Tomball Texas, Tyler Texas, The Woodlands Texas, Universal City Texas, Victoria Texas, Waco Texas, Waxahachie Texas, Weatherford Texas, Wichita Falls Texas and the entire State of Texas.

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