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New technology in forest operationsAuthor(s): Bob Rummer
Source: Forest Landowner January/February:22-24
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionMany forest landowners are looking for forest operations that are low impact or that will work on smaller forest tracts. In general, these objectives lend themselves toward smaller or lowground pressure equipment and systems. Landowners cannot afford to bring a whole high-production mechanized crew onto a 10-acre parcel unless they plan to cut everything. Low impact or small-scale crews are specialized operations found in a wide range of system configurations.
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CitationRummer, Bob. 2009. New technology in forest operations. Forest Landowner January/February:22-24.
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