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Bad harvesting operations

Example of really bad forest operations management

What's the bad?

  • Forest operations have to be planned carefully - a "plan B" must be allways awailable as weather changes - mechanized harvesting should have been stopped immediately in that area
  • Forest operations with heavy machinery (mechanized or semi-mechanized harvesting) needs to be planned carefully; extraction paths have be realized in stright lines and must be built before any harvesting operation starts
  • Mechanized harvesting and logging operations need to be organized with a time lag in between - otherwise machine utilization would be bad

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