News within the industry of pulp and paper, Dec, 14 2018
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During the period January to May 2018, the proportion of picking and hatching increased to 3.7 percent of all planned fires, reports the Finnish Forest Center. Photo: Creative Commons, credit: 12019
During the period January to May 2018, the proportion of picking and hatching increased to 3.7 percent of all planned fires, reports the Finnish Forest Center. Photo: Creative Commons, credit: 12019

Forestry with different aging forests more common in Finland

One reason why the traditional crops still dominate in Finland and elsewhere is that the forests have been managed through thinning and finishing mills for decades and that they have therefore developed into the right-bodied stocks.

Forestry of tree populations of different ages is becoming more common in the privately owned forests, the Helsinki newspaper Hufvudstadsbladet, HBL writes.