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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE METHOD OF VARYING INTENSITY IN FOREST ECOSYSTEMS WITH A PREDOMINANCE OF LINDEN TREES

V. Zakamskii, D. Egoshina
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

The felling of trees on small plots, using the method of varying intensity is used in areas where widespread small-leaved Linden or she prevails.. This tree species is very closely related to beekeeping and a valuable timber.. Therefore, the proposed felling allow to organize complex mixed forests. In the spatial location they will be placed is uneven with a dominance of small-leaved Linden. Thus, in the generated uneven-age, i.e. the mosaic of forest tiers, will increase the production of nectar. This occurs due to the formation of young trees of seed and vegetative groups. In the proposed method, the decrease in completeness would allow the prevailing lipe to grow more powerful and extensive foliage by increasing light at the bottom. Thus, we increase the production of nectar products , which is achieved due to the prolonged flowering of melliferous plants. Uneven cutting of the cutting areas on the technological features, takes into account the local zonal-typological peculiarities of the growth of forest stands with a predominance in the part of linden trees. The positive results contribute to the application for the lease of territories with the purpose of forest management and the creation of "timber industry complex".

Keywords: small-leaved lime-tree, delete selectively, method, intensity


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