- Poles, our world -
Production of acacia poles is our specialty. For the development of your specifications whether it’s for domestic, agricultural, wine, arboreal, equestrian or hunting use, we offer customized solutions that meet your needs.
Depending on the desired use, our poles can be :
A. Round peeled poles
In the grid below the are shown the different lengths and diameters of poles and the number of poles per cubic meter of wood.
- measured in the middle
This grid shows the equivalence between the number of poles and one cubic meter. It reads as follows: for poles 1.6 meters long and 8-10 cm in diameter, it will take 98 poles to make a cubic meter. The bigger and longer the poles are, the more their individual volume increase and therefore less will be needed per cubic meter.
Note: The grid list shows basic sizes,but we also produce personalized poles with different sizes, for example : 16-18 cm in diameter for 4 m length or more or 6-8 cm in diameter for a 1,2 m length.
The table below shows the approximate number of poles per truck based on a load of 30 m³ per transport.
- measured in the middle
For example: for poles with a length of 2 meters and a diameter between 10 and 12 cm, we can place 1.600 poles per truck.
B. Round and debarked acacia pillars
Beyond 14cm in diameter, acacia stakes are more commonly called pillars. They are used to retain land during earthworks. And they are also widely used by ecological engineering companies to carry out tunings - reinforce the banks of ponds or rivers - during restoration sites.
As a result of our processing activities, logs that are unsuitable for sawing or debarking are valued in the form of firewood. Different packages are available on request.
D. Acacia bark
Remains of our log processing activities, the acacia bark can be valued for landscaping your green spaces.
To use bark for mulching is simple: just spread a layer of mulch on the floor of your garden and nature will do the rest!
This method has many advantages:
Mulching feeds the plants and improves the soil
by increasing the humus production rate, it improves the soil structure which becomes more flexible, more airy, easier to work with.
by sustaining the microbial life of the soil, it makes nutrients available to plants.
for fruits and vegetables (strawberry mulching ...)
It protects your garden and your plants from
desiccation, by favoring the infiltration of rainwater and other liquids, and by limiting evaporation;
significant temperature differences, especially in case of frost;
erosion, by limiting runoff (it also avoids soil compaction due to rain);
attacks by certain pests, by sheltering their predators;
it limits the germination of unwanted annuals and therefore chemical weed control;
it reduces maintenance tasks (digging, hoeing, weeding, watering) or makes them easier;
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