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Thinning of stands



Thinning of stands



Las Polski (11): 15-16



In the first of 3 papers on thinning of stands, 7 categories of thinning are defined under 3 main types. The first type, thinning from below (TD), is divided into: TDS for light thinning to remove stems of Kraft class V; TDU for medium thinning to remove Kraft classes IVb and V; and TDM for heavy thinning to remove Kraft classes IV and V. The second type (TG) is thinning from above to remove trees affecting the form of the most promising stems.

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