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A 'how-to' guide on assessing and managing your bush and its products for long-term profit and sustainability. Learn how to identify, measure and market timber products.

  • What's in your forest?
  • How does your forest grow?
  • Regeneration in the forest
  • Thinning for better quality trees
  • Managing your forest for non-timber values
  • Assessing and measuring your forest
  • Planning your forest operation
  • Marketing your timber
  • Appendix 1: The Private Native Forestry Code of Practice
  • Appendix 2A: Tree volume table
  • Appendix 2B: Tree plot data sheet
  • Appendix 2C: Codes for the Tree plot data sheet
  • Appendix 3: List of native trees for timber production
  • Appendix 4: Glossary of forestry terms
  • References

Title          Getting Started in Private Native Forestry - Managing the forest on your farm       
Pages          102         
ISBN          9780731306305         
Catalogue number          B736         
Year published          2010         
Publisher          NSW Department of Primary Industries         
Price          $25.00AUD (inc GST)

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