A Discussion of Financial Maturity Financial Maturity: A Questionable Concept in Forest Management
Abstract:Every forester managing a forest property is faced with the problem of what to remove in his annual or periodic harvests. When should a stand or individual tree be considered ripe for the saw? With today's markets, trees attain merchantability at an early age. But they continue to grow and increase in value for many years thereafter. What should be the forester's guide in making intelligent plans for harvesting his crop?
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Associate Professor of Forest Economics, University of Georgia, Athens
Publication date: October 1, 1953
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