Commercial thinning is more likely than regeneration harvesting - the industry term for clear-cutting.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Commercial Thinning (forestry)
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Nevertheless, forest-owners can evaluate the internal quality of most birch trees in order to remove those of low-quality in the first commercial thinning by using external quality indicators of moose-damaged stems (e.
commercial thinning, spacing, Wawa, P0S 1K0 slash burning, chemical tending, 705-856-2799/856-1365 GIS,GPS services, fire services pmoore@wilderness.
A commercial thinning was done at 30 years, another a 40, and a harvest at 50.
The field trip allowed people a first-hand look at what the Forest Service planned: a commercial thinning project in a stand of 50- to 60-year-old trees.