Module 2: Harvesting on Your Woodland

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Shelterwood cutting removes the entire stand in one cut :

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True

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Shade-tolerant regeneration should result from harvesting a stand with the shelterwood system .

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True

False

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Shelterwood cutting is well suited to stands that have low volume and are exposed to the wind.

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True

False

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The shelterwood method may involve an initial cut, a release cut and a final cut that occur over a 5 to 20 year period.

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True

False

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During the initial cut, it's wise to plan wood extraction routes which can also be used during the release and final cuts.

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True

False

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If regeneration has not established 10 years after a release cut, site preparation should be considered to develop a better seed bed.

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True

False

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All remaining trees should be removed in the final cut when the seedlings are firmly rooted in mineral soil.

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True

False

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Two major types of the shelterwood system are uniform and strip.

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True

False

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The shelterwood method is an uneven-aged system.

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True

False

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Shallow rooted species are best for a seed tree treatment.

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True

False