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Tree Thinning – selecting trees to extract ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Trees need to be thinned to allow more light in and encourage the remaining trees to grow strong and healthy. Julian Evans shows how to select the trees, mark them, and remove them using a standing sale

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 20 May, 2009

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17 comments so far

Creating A Simpler Life
July 27, 2018

Really good information. Thank you!

Silviu Varzaru
January 9, 2019

If you repeat the process each year, in few years there will be only 1 or 2 trees left in the forest. Just kidding. Great lesson.

Paul Lorenzini
March 16, 2019

Thanks!

Green Acres
April 4, 2019

The bark beetle killed much of our soft wood. We struggle here because we can't compete against the free lumber that the Canadian government gave to the big forestry companies. Unfortunately corruption at the upper level makes things difficult for us small scale guy. I found a small niche selling firewood and other forest products and I do enjoy my work. My operation and labour of love can be seen on my channel. Great information. Great video thanks for keeping it simple.

Caleb M. F
November 21, 2019

I'm pissed that the conservation department in my state doesn't do this for public hunting. So those of who care have to do it ourselves even though it's Illegal.

Alex Cannon
February 3, 2020

Caleb M. F also cuts down on fuel for forest fires felling dead trees and hung up trees

J H
February 14, 2020

Green Acres it is getting even worse now because the governments have figured out that they can count commercial pine monocultures in their tree planting "scores" and they can also give themselves a carbon sequestration bonus. Happening in every country in the west.

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