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A low cost way to recover residues



A low cost way to recover residues



Forest Products Journal 33(3): 19-25



Two traditional harvesting systems (3- and 4-person) were analysed. Chainsaws were used to fell, limb, top and buck, and rubber-tyred cable skidders were used to move the wood. Residue was recovered by a 120-horsepower mobile chipper with a self-mounted knuckleboom loader and two used chip vans. Productivity and cost of residue recovery were analysed over a range of stand types and other factors.

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