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n.oRed Alder Stands

Abstract

A nt reg gIt doesn’t come easy! Does any of your woodland property look like the alder stand at the left? If your goal is to convert this kind of ground to a productive conifer forest, you should know it can be a challenging task. You’ll have to do something with all that brush in the understory of the alder stand. Then there’s all the leftover wood after an alder harvest—it may need special treatment, too. And don’t forget animal damage. Even though we don’t see them here, you can bet big game and rodents will be around to feed on your newly planted trees. Read on for more information...

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