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Fall Project Guide - Tractor Supply Co.

Fall Project Guide - Selective Tree Harvesting

Whether you have a small tract or hundreds of acres – you should harvest your trees to improve the health of your woodlot.

Thinning and Harvesting Trees

  • If trees are too close together, they are competing for sunlight, nutrients and water.
  • A thinning harvest removes a percentage of younger trees that have been growing for 10 or more years, allowing the remaining trees to grow faster and larger



Clear Cutting Trees

  • This involves taking down large groups of trees, but it doesn’t have to mean clearing your whole woodlot
  • After clear cutting an area you can grow new trees from seedlings or the stump sprouts of desirable trees



Seed Tree Method

  • Seed trees are high-quality thriving trees left after you have selectively thinned your wood



Group Selection

  • Group selection entails cutting every tree in a certain area over a period of time – perhaps 40 to 50 years – so that the entire area or stand has been completely cut
  • This method is primarily used where you have high quality hardwood



Single Tree Selection

  • Used to harvest trees that are low in value
  • Great method for small woodlot owners to manage their trees, provide annual firewood and create wildlife openings