Growing Quality Wood from CRP Plantations


All that can be seen of a growing tree is the outside, but the inside is what determines its value as raw material for wood products. A pine tree grows noticeably taller and bigger around each year, and it adds new branches and new needles. Under normal growing conditions, it also adds a new layer of wood along its entire length in the form of a continuous sheath under the bark. Annual overlapping sheaths are what form the main stem and the branches.

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