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Fuel-reduction treatments with a gyrotrac GT-25Author(s): Dana Mitchell
Source: Forest Operations Review, Vol. 7(2): 21-22
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionLand managers in urban areas are turning to mulching equipment as a tool for managing their timberlands. Prescribed burning to reduce fire risk may not be an option, due to smoke management concerns and the level of current fuel loading.
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CitationMitchell, Dana. 2005. Fuel-reduction treatments with a gyrotrac GT-25. Forest Operations Review, Vol. 7(2): 21-22
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