Digga Slasha slasher at­tach­ment Mahin­dra 6060 util­ity trac­tor

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With many ar­eas of Aus­tralia set for above-nor­mal bush­fire risks this sea­son, Digga is high­light­ing the need for slashing and clear­ing grass­lands and low-level shrub­bery.

“While back-burn­ing is the pre­ferred method of bush­fire pre­ven­tion, it is not al­ways pos­si­ble and re­duc­ing the fuel for fire is crit­i­cal in help­ing keep com­mu­ni­ties safe, mak­ing bush­fires eas­ier to con­trol and help­ing to pre­vent the spread to res­i­den­tial ar­eas,” the com­pany says.

Digga Aus­tralia has a range of forestry and veg­e­ta­tion man­age­ment at­tach­ments, start­ing with the Digga Slasha, which is a slasher made for smaller prop­erty main­te­nance, clear­ing scrub, tidy­ing fence lines, gen­eral land­scap­ing, road­way main­te­nance and parks main­te­nance.

The slasher is avail­able to suit mini load­ers, skid steers, ex­ca­va­tors and trac­tors, and comes in three width op­tions.

Its fea­tures in­clude: a chain cur­tain to su­press de­bris; a height-ad­justable rounded side skids for smoother ma­noeu­vra­bil­ity over un­even ter­rain; a twin­blade, dual-ro­ta­tion sin­gle cut­ting bar; and hoses and cou­plers.

Digga’s more ‘se­ri­ous’ land main­te­nance at­tach­ments in­clude mulchers, stick rakes, flail mow­ers and ro­tary axes for skid steer load­ers and ex­ca­va­tors. n Digga is giv­ing away a free set of re­place­ment blades with ev­ery Slasha bought in Oc­to­ber 2017 (T&Cs ap­ply). See www.digga.com

The Digga Slasha makes bush­fire pre­ven­tion eas­ier

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