Larry Caldwell wrote:
>> In article <35E96266.3209018F at mondenet.com>, smartin at mondenet.com says...
>> Probably the best thing is to thin to 100 per acre and prune to 17', then
> let them grow for another 20 years before logging. Since you're in a
> populated area, gated access and a total ban on 4wd vehicles is a good
>> Talk to Zorzin about marking the thinning. He's a genius with a spray
>I dont know, Larry, with the frequent fires and automatic gun fire in
the LA area, prunning may not be necessary, may run up unnecessary
costs. And, in 20 years, there may be so much metal in the logs as to
be useless. You may want to run a baton plantation to produce a local
use product, demand seems to be high.
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