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Product roundup: Eterra introduces 74-inch Typhoon Brush Cutter
Jill Odom | October 11, 2017
Eterra Attachments Typhoon Brush Cutter

Photo: Eterra

Last year Eterra Attachments debuted its 60-inch Typhoon Brush Cutter and this year it adds the 74-inch model.

The new attachment has been designed with heavy-duty machines in mind and needs 32-50 GPM of hydraulic flow at up to 5,000 PSI.

With the gate closed, this brush cutter can handle up to 4-inch material while with the gate open and removed the machine can handle 12-inch material. According to Eterra, the Typhoon 74 is constructed of high-strength structural steel and is double reinforced at stress points.

The machine features a T1 grade steel blade holder and two blades.

“If you’re looking to take full advantage of your powerful skid steer or compact track loader, the Typhoon 74 is an extreme brush cutter that is up to the challenge,” Eterra says.

For more product information, click here.

Mirimichi Green expands CarbonizPN product line

Mirimichi Green, a manufacturer of sustainable landscape products, has added to its CarbonizPN product line with the CarbonizPN DJ Fine Grade.

Photo: Mirimichi Green

The powder-like soil amendment is 50 percent USDA certified biochar and 50 percent organic compost, making it more refined that the CarbonizPN Soil Enhancer.

According to Mirimichi Green, CarbonizPN DJ Fine Grade is ideal for topdressing, aerification and blending in sand mixes. The soil amendment can help increase nutrient uptake, root development and residual value while need for fertilizer input and irrigation will decrease.

CarbonizPN DJ Fine Grade is available now at Mirimichi Green distributors in 40 lb. bags and 1 yard super sacks. For more information on the product, click here.

Temporary fencing fix offered with One Step Fencing

One Step Fencing will debut its new temporary fencing kit at the 2017 GIE+EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky, Oct. 18-20.

Photo: One Step Fencing

The One Step Fencing kit requires no tools and its manufacturer says it can be installed in minutes. Prior to this invention, temporary fences often called for hammering posts into the ground that could break. The kit utilizes powder-coated metal posts with a step-into-place anchor that allows the user to push the post into the ground with their foot.

The plastic netting is held in place with a “Y” notch at the top of each post and holds it there until it’s time to take down.

Each kit comes with 16 metal posts, 50 feet of plastic netting and plastic ties to secure the middle and bottom of the netting to the posts. The kit is completely reusable from job to job, coming with a storage bag to protect the pieces until its next use.

One Step Fencing will be at booth #29053 near the New Products Showcase at GIE+EXPO. For more information, click here.

Daisy Rain Garden System introduces Sprinkler Pot

Family-owned and operated Daisy Rain Garden Systems will be making its debut at GIE+EXPO this year with its Sprinkler Pot.

Photo: Daisy Rain Garden Systems

According to the company, the Sprinkler Pot is the only flower pot with an integrated sprinkler. The Sprinkler Pot has two models. The “Flower and Vegetable” model has a fully adjustable spray and the “Rose and Shrub” with a subsoil soaker designed for center planting.

It can be used in combination and up to 25 of the pots can be daisy-chained from a single water source. The 7 gallon pots were created to simplify the task of watering plants and doesn’t require the constant maintenance of traditional drip systems.

The Sprinkler Pots can be attached to a common garden hose or integrated into the existing irrigation system. A live demo will be held during GIE at booth #8235. Dealer and installer opportunities plus territories are now available. For more information, click here.

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