In the world, machetes are a part of daily life.
Generally speaking, the machete is a cross between a knife and an axe.
The machete blade is used for cutting, while the weighted upper blade provides force for chopping.
Hunters and Fisherman Use the machete for clearing paths to fishing holes, creating funnel points for animals, chopping down brush to create fish habitats and for creating shooting lanes. Clearing Brush and Cutting Trails The machetes are a good option for clearing brush and cutting trails. Surveyors They will use machetes to clear areas for placing survey stations, clearing lines of sight and cutting trails to reach boundaries. Chopping Compost To encourage your compost to break down easily, a machete is useful for chopping compost into small pieces. Agricultural Uses Agricultural crops, such as corn, rye, and many others can be easily harvested with a machete. Machetes can also be used for removing cover crops or dead plants from farms and gardens by clearing the above ground vegetation and leaving the root structure behind. Additionally, removing vines is no trouble. Just chop segments from tree-hugging vines for removal and apply herbicide to the chopped surface to kill the base and roots of the vine. Clearing Woody Vegetation
Machetes are a great choice for pruning and clearing woody vegetation, as well as removing side branches from the main trunk of trees.
Many landscaping professionals opt for machetes for quick and clean trimming of unruly branches, plants, and unreachable tall grass; and, similarly, more foresters are using machetes to clear underbrush to reduce the risk Forest fires.