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Discussion in 'Deer Management, Habitat & Conservation' started by bajabill, Aug 26, 2013.
our burn plan mapped out
starting the backburns
somewhat spotty burn coverage,
It has a spongy mat remaining, with an ash layer over a layer of unburned plant material. The ground soil was somewhat damp from the rains earlier in the week.
I did not have too many photo ops with roaring flames.
Did you hire that out or do it yourself?
we do it ourself, 9 people this year.
We have a timber burn on our management plan for 2018-2019. Still trying to decide if we want to do 35 acres for a first time timber burn without a little extra help.
I went up and watched a burn in Swope Park Friday. They had 12 folks burning about 5 acres. I think they should have gotten docked pay! Looked to be low-level fire. Been burned before. Mostly river oats.
I know some guys would have done it for beer....
I'll take the names and numbers of the guys who would have done it for a beer.
A lot depends on the boundary of your burn area. Downwind, or the backburn, boundaries within the timber are much more difficult to manage than timber/field edges. But, 35 acres is not a small endeavor at all, you will want more than one drip torch and a few people per, then some roamers to police the backburn.
I have a propane torch we use for burns. The good thing about this burn is all but one boundary are bordered by creek or farm road through he woods.