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skogsägartidningen Södrakontakt, I found a really rälig fig. It was a map of the location of viltskadorna in the south of Sweden. The color was a illande red, most everywhere – that is, more than 10% of injured ungtallar, on average, 14 per cent of damaged trees all over the place. A little bit better than last year's, since the damage is low, at 16 per cent in the Region, but the improvement goes way too slow, the notes, the company's viltspecialist Johan is Healthy.
It is a fact. The bad news for the forests in sweden in the last few years has been the forest fires and bark beetle presence. It is rooted in the same problem. The drier the chip, it should grow tall; however, älgarnas progress, many owners prefer to beds of ash. It's not as the victim of a moose (but for the red deer, which are rapidly growing in number, but to beat the drought has hit hard.
It was clear from Tony. When the owners would be to plant after the storm, knaprade the tree for a few additional units. Having a hard älgtryck, the alternative would be to set up the vilthägn to the high up-front cost, as long as the need to protect the plantations of the deciduous broadleaf forests. By then, many of the gran in the place, but it really would have been better with a tall.
At the beginning of the 1900's, was the cloven-footed game hard pushed: the animals had been driven deep into the forest, roe deer, stamped on some of the goods, in the south of sweden. However, kalhyggena became a huge viltbeten, and the tribes grew, the time runs out.
for Now, try to the forest owner associations to convince their members to plant more pine. In the last year, the increase in the amount of pine, with 19 per cent in the Region this year, with a 25 per cent. It's going in the right direction – but for how long? If mularna destroy the plants there is a great risk that the granandelen is starting to creep up again.
At the beginning of the 1900's, was the cloven-footed game hard pushed: the animals had been driven deep into the forest, roe deer, stamped on some of the goods, in the south of sweden. However, kalhyggena became a huge viltbeten, and the tribes grew, the time runs out. In 1955, they gave it to the poet, and the växtbiologen Sten Selander is coming out of The living landscape in Sweden, it is the mighty, the review of English nature's all around us. Selander, warned of the growing elk population, to seven moose per 1000 hectares in the most threatened regions of Uppland and Västmanland.
There are no more moose, we need to-quite the contrary. The living forest, the skull needs to be smaller.
today, an average of 12 moose in the country... In some places, is the pressure from grazing in such a way that the food is not enough. The carcass weight of moose calves is typically in the 70 to 75 pounds, however, in the areas of Language, has dropped 56 kilos, and decrease by a pound a year, I was told by one of the parties involved.
Here, told the Echo that the environmental protection agency sent a proposal for a new hunting season on a referral. One of the representatives of the hunters jerked immediately to the viltets defense. The need to get the brunsta in peace, so that we may get a new animal, " he explained.
the Owners have to make sure that there are more and more mixed forests, where the mountain ash, willow, and aspen will give the animals something else to feed on than in the young pine trees, but the hunters have to bring down the viltskadorna. < / span> < / span>
Gunnar Wetterberg has written more about this in the book ”the Tree of life. A walk in the Swedish woods.”
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