The Portable Band Sawmill and Selective Logging in Second-Growth Loblolly Pine
Abstract:The portable band sawmill may solve the problem of converting small timber into lumber at small cost and with low waste. The author gives here the essential cost data from a study of sawing, with such a mill, logs from trees of various small diameters and briefly discusses its adaptability to a sustained-yield management plan.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Senior Forester, U. S. Forest Products Laboratory
Publication date: January 1, 1933
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