12. November, 2020

Conference will be on 7th of December 2020, we will present to you preliminary results from case studies in the SMALLWOOD project.

SMALLWOOD partnership has the pleasure of inviting researchers, forest professionals, forest operators, and other forest sector experts to a joint virtual conference on 7th of December 2020.
The conference aims to:
– present preliminary results of SMALLWOOD project (www.smallwood.eu)
– present field studies done in Sweden, Finland, Slovenia and Spain
– present an innovative boom tip mounted felling head in different types of thinning and two working methods
– present preliminary results of productivity studies done in the small diameter stands
– present preliminary results about damages on the remaining stand.

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