Life Cycle of a Forest
There are several different stages in the life cycle of the managed forest.
The life cycle of the managed forest includes various measures such as soil preparation, planting, clearing, thinning, fertilization and final harvesting. The measures are linked to different age stages of the forest. Soil preparation, planting, cleaning ditches and clearing takes place in the youth of the forest and aims to build a new, vital forest. In the middle ages of the forest, the forest is thinned and fertilized, with the aim of steering and increasing the growth of the finest trees that will grow into timber trees and become planks in the future. When the forest has reached the appropriate felling age, it is time for felling and then start over with soil preparation and planting of new plants.