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Coppice sycamore yields through 9 years

Harvey E. Kennedy

Coppice sycamore yields through 9 years

by Harvey E. Kennedy

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, La .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sycamore.,
  • Tree crops.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHarvey E. Kennedy, Jr.
    SeriesResearch note SO -- 254.
    ContributionsSouthern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16004665M

    The main difference between the two methods is that coppicing occurs at ground level while pollarding is done feet high to prevent browsing animals from eating the fresh shoots; typically, coppicing was done to manage woodlands and pollarding was done in a pasture system. Get this from a library! Influence of cutting cycle and spacing on coppice sycamore yield. [Harvey E Kennedy; Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)].

    Coppice: For short-rotation intensive culture systems, American sycamore yield is influenced by site, fertilizer, spacing, and rotation. American sycamore has good coppice regeneration potential although it may not be sustainable over many rotations. Geyer reported that American sycamore died after two coppice harvests in Kansas. A high. Overstory #47 - Coppice-with-Standards: New Forestry with Ancient Roots Written by Peter Bane. Coppice-with-standards is a two-story woodland management system where among cut trees or "coppice" some trees are left to grow as larger size timber, called "standards".

    posted 9 years ago i have an order in to the library to get me his Edible forest Gardening they come INPUT.. I also will be interested in seeing the coppicing book, as I have some interest in coppicing some of our forest trees now that I'm more aware of the usefulness of copppicing as per reading these forums. duction. Coppice can be grown on 4-to 6-year rotations and pulp­ wood logs can be produced in 10 to 15 years on most sites. Esti­ mated yields (per acre per year) of these options are about double those obtained in natural stands. Saw logs and peelers can probably be grown in 28 to 3? years and yields are estimated to be about


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Coppice sycamore yields through 9 years by Harvey E. Kennedy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Longer cutting cycles usually did give higher yields. Dry-weight yields ranged from lb per acre ( kg/ha) per year in the 1 year, 4x5 ft ( x m) spacing to lb ( kg/ha) in the 4-year. Coppice Sycamore Yields Through 9 Years Harvey E. Kennedy, Jr. SUMMARY Cutting cycle and spacing did not significantly affect sycamore dry-weight yields from ages years (l ).

Longer cutting cycles usually did give higher yields. Dry-weight yields ranged from lb per acre ( kg/ha) per year in the. Coppice sycamore yields through 9 years Harvey E Kennedy ; Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.) Forest Service research note SO,   Woodland Diary: Sycamore coppicing By D.

Greenwood on Janu This was the first workday for the Friends of One Tree Hill (FrOTH). We coppiced 10 sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) trees and cut back the bramble (Rubus frusticosus) which is so dominant on the site. Sometimes I will post the answers on this page or I may ask that you email me your work, if you can, at.

[email protected] (or even just drop me a friendly email). Sycamore and sweet chestnut trees can produce fence palings in 15 to 20 years. Oak and ash is often grown for 25–35 years before harvest, for round wood or firewood. In general, the longer and larger you plan to grow your trees, the more widely spaced you can plant : 21K.

Abstract. The production and chemical composition of the biomass of four fast growing woody crops are studied across species and rotation cycles. High-density plantations of poplar, willow, black locust and sycamore were monitored for 9 years over 3-year rotation cycles in.

We have frequently valued such trees, and found that on an average they were not worth more than 1s. per tree, or L, 2s. per acre, even after more than forty years' growth, while in the same district, with a similar soil, we have found an acre of coppice, twenty years old, to yield 20 tons at 14s.

per ton, thus being a balance of L. Coppicing is done on rotation: small areas of a woodland are cut each year in sequence leaving the areas not being cut to grow on for between 15 and 20 years for chestnut, and about 7 years for hazel.

When an area of coppice is cut, it is all cut down, and creates a clearing. Biomass production in short rotations of 3–5 years involves growing species which can freely coppice, produce high yields of biomass on agricultural land and be mechanically harvested.

The aspects of SRC forestry which are applicable to the proposed alley coppice system are described below in “ Short rotation coppice production in alley. The final number depends on the rotation length and species. Sweet chestnut coppice cut in its 16th year has about 5, stems/ha. Oak, hazel and lime commonly grow a metre in their first year; ash and willow can grow much more and in the second year growth is generally greater.

From the third year, growth slows dramatically. Yield. Coppicing is very easy, simply cut back all stems to within cm (½in) from the ground, or to the previous year’s stubs. Problems Sometimes when a large tree is coppiced suddenly, it can take two seasons to come back into growth, so don’t worry if it seems to take a while to shoot.

Coppice and seedling biomass was superior on a relatively more fertile old field (OF) site compared with yields on forest cleared and fertilized (CF) and forest cleared not fertilized (C) sites, and followed the order OF>CF.C.

Biomass production ranged from 16 dry6 Mg ha −1 for four-year-old seedlings, and 09–124 Mg ha −1 for two-year-old coppice on the C and OF sites. Since coppicing often has the effect of increasing leaf size, trees such as Eucalyptus can look great when coppiced.

That is the tree that I am going to coppice this year, as my Eucalyptus niphophilia, although small in size, has outgrown its space and is leaning at an awkward angle. I will post on my success, or otherwise, of this later.

Coppice Agroforestry: Perennial Silviculture for the 21st Century a forthcoming book by Mark Krawczyk and Dave Jacke We humans must develop land management systems that provide diverse products to meet our needs while regenerating healthy ecosystems.

Nicolescu, V.N., Sandi, M., Pricop, A., Cristea, N., Biometrical performances of 1-year coppicing of sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus L.): a case study.

Book of Abstracts, International Conference Forestry science and practice for the purpose of sustainable development of forestry. 20 years of the Faculty of Forestry in Banja Luka, Banja.

Coppicing: ancient techniques provide a cutting edge Nearly all broadleaved trees will coppice, but the most vigorous are ash, hazel, oak, sweet. 4-year-old trees. Heights ranged from feet at 1 year to 24 feet after 4 years.

3 Table Average annual dry w eight yields and diameter and height growth by cutting cycle Cutting cycle (years) Dry weight 1 Height Pounds per acre Inches Feet per year 1 3, a 2 6, b 3 6, b 4 6, b Yield is very site dependent, and in some sites can out perform willow.

Average yield on a suitable site is likely to be in the region of8 oven dry tonnes per hectare per year. Harvesting. Poplar responds well to harvesting cycles of around four or five years which is slightly longer than the 3 years often recomendedfor willow. These rotations ensure at least one coupe will be harvested every year.

Coppiced trees live for very long times because coppicing resets the aging process of the tree. In Britain, there are coppiced woodlots that have been producing steadily for years and individual trees believed to be over years old.

The benefits of coppicing include. The next photo shows coppice that was cut 2 years ago. It is regrowing quite strongly. You can see we have protected the stumps (called coppice stools) using a combination of stock netting and chicken wire to prevent browsing of the new shoots by deer and rabbits.

This is essential – browsing can easily kill a regenerating coppice stool.Establishing a new coppice Planting and early care Try and obtain planting stock of local provenance. Many of the coppice species, notably sycamore, ash, birch and oak are easy to grow from seed and it is quite possible to gather your own seed and produce planting stock within two years.Coppice forest in Kosovo cover about ha, sharing 38% of the total country area 2% of total forest area.

From the total coppice area ha is characterized as simple coppice forest and ha as coppice with standards. The coppice forest is ha (41%).