Module 3: Thinning for Value

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Question:

Seedling densities in hardwood stands range from 4,000-36,000 stems per hectare.

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True

False

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A pre-commercial thinning (PCT) is done on a softwood stand that is less than 30 years old and between 2 and 6 metres in height.

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True

False

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Question:

A stand with a site capability of 6 means that the site can produce at least 6 cubic metres per hectare per year.

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True

False

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Land capability is determined by measuring the diameter of the dominant trees in a stand.

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True

False

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Question:

Precommercial thinning will allow crop trees to live longer.

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True

False

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Question:

A sugar maple stand with an average of 8 inches (20 cm) should be spaced at 6 feet x 6 feet(2m).

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True

False

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When thinning hardwoods, species that resulted from sprouting should be favored.

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True

False

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Crop trees should have large diameters and well developed crowns.

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True

False

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Standing dead or decaying trees add structural diversity to a stand.

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True

False

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Question:

The chain saw is the preferred tool to use for PCT's.

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True

False