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Stacking of Norway spruce, silver fir and Scots pine sawlogs in the forest


Stacking of Norway spruce, silver fir and Scots pine sawlogs in the forest



Mitteilungen, Eidgenossische Anstalt fur das Forstliche Versuchswesen, Switzerland 58(3): 225-323



Three stacking methods were studied (in Switzerland): compact stacking (log on log), with bark; compact stacking, without bark; and stacking in layers (layers of logs separated by transverse battens), without bark. With Scots pine, only the first method was used. All the timber was felled in Feb./Mar. The spruce and silver fir remained stacked for 15 months, the Scots pine up to 13 months. Stacks were made at three different sites for each species.

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