We have had inquires as to what happens when the spoil that is picked up from the ditch, gets spread over the land, which quite often is land cultivated to grow crops. Does the spoil hurt vegetation growth? Does it prevent the ability of crops to grow?
The answer to both these questions is no.
Land vegetation and growth is extremely powerful, and emerges through the spoil that has been spread over the land. Further, if the Rotary Head Attachment is being used on ditches surrounding farming areas, much of the maintenance on ditches is done in the fall, after the crops have been harvested. This better prepares the land for the winter months, and gives ample time for the distributed spoil to settle on the ground, and for the harvest to be planted in the spring.