A distortion of a board in which there is a deviation flat wise from a straight line across the width of the board.
A portion of a board or plank that is produced by ripping, crosscutting or both.
The number of years between major harvests in the same working unit and region within a rotation.
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The maximum volume of output that a mill can produce in one shift of 8 hours based on the actual performance of the machinery/ equipment. Sometimes referred to as true rated capacity.
Any tree injured beyond the tolerable limit.
Deterioration caused by wood destroying fungi.
The loss, shredding or removal of leaves from a tree or other plant especially prematurely.
A decline in the productivity of an area of land or in its ability to support natural ecosystems or types of agriculture.
The progressive destruction of a vegetative cover that will lead in formation of dry land condition.
Small pieces of dead and decomposing plants and animals detached and broken down organic fragments or structure, small organic particles such as leaves and twigs.
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The diameter of a standing tree measured at 0.3 meter from the highest buttress.