Foresters Articles

  • What is the best portable sawmill for the money?

    Hud-Son Forest Equipment Freedom Line portable sawmill’s are the best sawmill for the money. These Hud-Son Forest Equipment band mills include the Hunter and Sawyer mills. The Hunter and Sawyer portable sawmill ship unassembled in the base price, saving budget minded customers money on doing the assembly themselves. This boasts a huge feature of this mill by putting it together yourself you ...


    By Hud-Son Forest Equipment

  • Slabber Sawmill, Hud-Son Forest Equipment Oscar 60″ Diameter-Huge Slabs!

    Information video on the Hud-Son Forest Equipment Oscar 60 slabber sawmill. The first thing that you’re going to do when you get your Hud-Son Forest Equipment Oscar 60 is you’re going to get your track in place and level it. In this particular case your going to bolt the two sections together which is very simple. All your going to do is your going to bring your two sections here ...


    By Hud-Son Forest Equipment

  • Thinking about buying a sawmill?

    There are many things to consider before buying a portable sawmill. What type of milling you are doing: homeowner or professional usage, diameter logs you will be sawing, manual or hydraulic mill, stationary or trailer band mill, and of course budget? Can you get parts easily for your mill? Can you get training on using your mill properly? Will I get support after the sale? Who can I call if I ...


    By Hud-Son Forest Equipment

  • From the sawyers corner-Is your sawmill blade sharp enough?

    Always look at your last cut for any waviness, that is a good sign that your blade maybe dull. Other possible signs of a dull blade are the feed rate will be slower, the motor laboring more then expected, and the blade will be consistently pressing against the guide bearings. Some folks will use a band blade until it totally will not cut anymore, thinking they are saving money by not changing the ...


    By Hud-Son Forest Equipment

  • Hud-Son Forest Equipment Circle Brute Firewood Processor

    The Hud-Son Forest Equipment Circle Brute Firewood Processor is our newest firewood processor and it’s built with even more production in mind. It’s the improved, bigger, and better version of our already successful Brute processor. The circle blade offers increased speed and a strong tolerance of cutting dirty logs. The blade has interchangeable teeth and required no bar oil. ...


    By Hud-Son Forest Equipment

  • The dirt on soil carbon formation during afforestation

    Soil carbon is the second-largest carbon sink in the world, and it is currently in focus during these times of accelerating climate change brought about by human activities. Very little is known on the patterns of carbon accumulation in the soil. Thus, it is essential to determine the mode and quantity of carbon being sequestered by afforestation projects to mitigate climate change, not just ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • Deforestation through agriculture and mining in French Guiana: impacts on mercury concentrations in water - Case Study

    This study increases our knowledge of the quantities of mercury and methylmercury (MMHg) in water and of suspended matter in different contexts of disturbance of the soils, in French Guiana. The need Potential sources of mercury directly related to soils and sediments are both natural (leaf litter, sediments and colloids) and anthropogenic (mercury of historical and current ...


    By BRGM

  • Five bright ideas for the future from COP25`s `green zone`

    Madrid, Spain - A "green zone" at Madrid's COP25 climate summit is dedicated to showcasing innovative projects and encouraging dialogue among direct action groups in relation to fighting climate change. All participants - ranging from businesses to indigenous groups to local governments - have to answer one overriding question: What actions are you taking to help achieve the United ...


    By Vortex Bladeless SL

  • Principal applications of biological control in China

    While emphasising an interest in developing pilot projects in eco-agriculture, no reference is made to biological control or integrated pest management in the official agricultural yearbooks, which in addition associate a growth of chemical control to an increase in productivity. However, despite the evident predominance of chemical control, there is in China a vast group of researchers and ...


    By BIOSANI

  • Nick Klaich, Hud-Son Forest Equipment Warrior Sawmill

    Nick Klaich “Successful loading and slabbing a 3,000 pound Elm tree-Urban Logging/Hud-Son sawmill” Good morning, my name is Nick. Some of you might have watched my prior videos where I attempted to place a large Elm tree on my Hud-Son Warrior mill. I was unsuccessful but today we are going to get another tree and I have a new plan. Stay tuned. Elm tree estimated at 3,000 pounds. ...


    By Hud-Son Forest Equipment

  • Bias correction of global high-resolution precipitation climatologies using streamflow observations from 9372 catchments

    Abstract We introduce a set of global high-resolution (0.05◦) precipitation (P) climatologies corrected for bias using streamflow (Q) observations from 9372 stations worldwide. For each station, we inferred the “true” long-term P using a Budyko curve, an empirical equation relating long-term P, Q, and potential evaporation. We ...

  • Less crop loss with the Autonomic at blueberry farm John Benson - Case Study

    Location: Cherokee, Victoria, Australia Application context: Blueberry farm (Food production > Vineyard & Orchard) Problem definition: Blueberries damaged and eaten by birds Pest bird species: Rosella (Psittaculidae) Time of year with bird problem: Summer (December – February) Time of the day with bird problems: From sunrise to sunset ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • AFE is avoiding damage to cherries with laser bird repellent - Case Study

    Location: San Carlos, Chillán, Maule Region, Chile Application context: Agriculture, Cherry farm Problem definition: Birds destroying and eating cherries Bird species: Sparrows (passeridae) and thrushes (Turdidae) Time of the year with bird problems: November 15 – January 5 Time of the day with bird problems: All day Number of ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Automated bird repelling system as biosecurity measure against avian flu - Case Study

    Location: East Sussex, United Kingdom Application context: Poultry farm (Food production > Animal farm) Problem definition: Risk of bird flu exposure (Avian influenza) Pest bird species: Pigeons (Columbidae), Crows (Corvidae),Pheasants (Phasianinae) Time of year bird presence: January – April Time of day bird presence: From dusk till dawn ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Amazon Fires: Harsh Decisions for Corporations

    In August 2019, the media headlines shared the news on the unprecedented fires taking place in South America. It is estimated that about 745,000 hectares of the Amazon forest have been destroyed. When the world is on its quest to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this kind of news trigger disbelief, anger and realization that unfortunately not all of us share the same vision of ...

  • Intro to precision forestry

    Never before has the interest in preserving natural forests and efficient management of plantations been as great as the present. Demand for wood products is increasing. On the other hand, it is also evident that the remaining forests have to be protected to maintain our quality of life—the very air we breathe depends on them. Therefore, precision management, which has been successfully ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • The Forest Canopy: Structure, Roles & Measurement

    If you are looking for a classic example of the circle of life, consider the forest canopy structure. A forest’s canopy structure is influenced by environmental and soil factors, and it also influences these factors in return. It is an aspect of forest ecology that is receiving more attention in this age of climate change emergency. The canopy structure is often overlooked, with most of the ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • The Secret Lives of Carnivorous Marsupials: biology with bite

    Dr Marissa Parrott reveals the trials and tribulations of studying one of Australia’s carnivorous marsupials – the somewhat fierce, and certainly fascinating, Agile Antechinus. Predators come in all shapes and sizes, and Australia’s carnivorous marsupials are no exception. From miniscule marsupials weighing just a few grams, to Tasmanian Devils, which reach dog-sized ...


    By CSIRO Publishing

  • Argentina Imports and Exports List

    Argentina's main exports are corn, wheat, soybeans, grains, beef and mutton, seafood, wine, dairy products, automobile, aircraft, mineral resources are oil, natural gas, coal, iron, silver, uranium, lead, tin, gypsum, sulfur and so on. Proven reserves: oil 28.800 million barrels, 763.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas, 600 million tons of coal, 300 million tons of iron, and 2 tons of ...


    By NCB Consultation Co., Ltd

  • Ground-Truth Data ‘Absolutely’ Adds Value to Top-Shelf Cannabis

    Esensia’s craft cannabis operation uses senses and sensors to navigate an industry sea change, while staying true to its roots. ...


    By Arable

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