Module 2: Harvesting on Your Woodland

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This person got 14 of 17 possible points.
Total score: 82 %

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Selection harvesting allows a more or less continual harvest of trees from a range of age groups.

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Stands best suited for selection cutting should be made of tolerant, long lived species, preferably representing several age classes from seedlings to mature trees.

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True

False

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Selection harvesting is the same as high grading where only the biggest, best trees are cut and the less desirable trees are left for seed.

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True

False

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To ensure continual harvesting of a stand is possible, the volume cut should not be more than the volume that is added to the stand through growth.

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True

False

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When using single tree selection, fixed costs per unit wood volume harvested are low.

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True

False

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Group selection is more economical than the single tree method because the trees to be harvested are concentrated in patches.

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False

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The selection method removes trees from only the stand's oldest age class.

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True

False

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The selection method is the only harvesting method which establishes and maintains an uneven-aged stand.

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False

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Selection cutting maintains continuous cover which results in stable germination and growth conditions over time.

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True

False

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Selection cutting may easily be done by inexperienced cutters as there is little chance that such a harvest will result in a high grade cut.

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True

False

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A skidder extracts wood by carrying the wood on its back to the landing.

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FalseFalse
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Mechanical harvesting operations are usually safer and faster than manual harvesting operations.

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TrueTrue
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 For many woodland  owners, manual operations offer low-cost, small-scale and flexible opportunities.

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TrueTrue
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A skidder can usually transport cut-to-length wood more quickly and efficiently than a forwarder.

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FalseTrue
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Properly sorted wood can add real value to the sale of your forest products.

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TrueTrue
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A wood broker can help you market all your forest products for reasonable prices.

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TrueTrue
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A well-constructed access road can be central to an effective harvesting operation.

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TrueTrue