Forestneeds

Special Needs

The special needs list covers how any particular species lives, how it gets along with others; the people who use forest products, and their expectations; and how growers can tend their forest well to match the needs of all. However,
Readme First: 

The  list is divided up into pages. Click on each  major heading to link to its reference list. These references are  in text. Download or copy what you need onto your own computer. From there it should be possible to convert the links to html from within a  word processor; or  copy and paste into the address bar of a web  browser.  Please realise that not all website owners will  want their pages to  be linked to or visited.
Contents:

Approaches to Forestry

Mycorrhizal/Endopytic Associations

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Solid Timber Production

market factors,customers, products customs

wood properties, strength, durability etc

wood processing

Environment, ecology, physiology

Whanau

breeding

seed collection

Propagation

nursery practice with seedlings and stecklings

direct seeding
Forest planning

Silvaculture

site selection and setup

soil analysis

pest monitoring and control

ground preparation

planting

aftercare

foliar analysis/health monitoring

nutrition

pruning

mensuration
Harvesting

Species groupings:

Cypresses

Hardwoods

Eucalypts


Continuing education

learning skills

communication skills

mathematics

statistics

physics/mechanics

botany

climate/wind, rain, temperature

geology/soiul science

Accessability
computer hardware

software

web

camera
meeting organization

Ethics/Behaviour

The Forestneeds Blog  may be accessed here, or  as topics from the categories in the sidebar

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