"It is many years ago the Swedish fir trees in bloom, but last year's hot and dry summer was just what the trees needed, reports P4 Norrbotten."
"– the Nurseries have had to take seed from Finland and the Baltic countries and vacuumed the market on seeds suitable for Sweden, so it was appropriate, " says Johan Westin, the station manager at Skogforsk in Sävar, to the channel."
" You've solved it well, but now it starts to become a crisis."
"A proper granblomning is long-awaited by the Swedish forestry."
"– It means that we can put out spruce seedlings to the extent that we want and do not need to put other woods on the granmark. We get the right species, and hopefully more plantageskördar in the right place."