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    Cut-to-length (CTL) logging applications are becoming more popular in hardwood forests. CTL harvesting causes much less damage to the residual stand than conventional harvesting because logs and trees are not pulled through the stand and trees can be felled directionally.

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    LoDoux, Chris B. 2002. Assessing the feasibility and profitability of cut-to-length harvests in eastern hardwoods. In: Wagner, Robert G., comp. Eastern CANUSA forest science conference proceedings; 2002 October 19-20; Orono ME. University of Maine, University of New Brunswick: 53. Abstract.

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