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Efficiency of mechanical felling and processing in soft and hardwood broadleaved stands - Part 3: Efficiency of harvester in natural thinning stands of hardwood broadleaf species


Efficiency of mechanical felling and processing in soft and hardwood broadleaved stands - Part 3: Efficiency of harvester in natural thinning stands of hardwood broadleaf species



Sumarski List 128(9/10): 495-508



ISSN/ISBN: 0373-1332

This paper presents the results of the research on mechanical felling and processing by Timberjack 1270B harvester in 80-year old natural thinning stands of sessile oak European beech and European hornbeam The researched cut-blocks have similar stand features - growing stock of 310 m3/ha, basal area of 24.3 m2/ha with 430 trees/ha, and harvesting density of 30 m3/ha with 47 trees/ha.

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