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Demand For Products From Private Timberlands Is Growing
In the past, there had been little concern with increasing the productivity of private timberland because the supplies of forest products were very plentiful and timber lands still abundant.
This is no longer the case. Nationally, the timberland base has been shrinking while the demand for timber products is projected to sharply increase.
it's now necessary to increase the productivity of privately owned timberlands. To accomplish this, timber landowners and timber companies must manage their land more effectively.
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Timberland Wildlife Habitat Improvement Techniques
Many kinds of wildlife that live in the forest are not found anywhere else. When timber land is harmed or destroyed, these creatures become fewer and disappear.
Is Timber an Overhyped Investment?
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Crop Tree Release
Crop Tree Release - CTR is not the practice of beautifying a forest. It Is the killing or removing of selected trees in heavily forested timberlands for the benefit of the remaining desirable crop trees. It prevents over competition for limited resources.
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