Posted 七月 8, 2016
Costs for regeneration felling (SEK m3/f ub) solid volume excluding bark decreased by 2% in northern Sweden in 2015, while the costs increased by 4% in southern Sweden, compared with the year before, as the Swedish Forest Agency reported.
Although thinning costs showed the same tendency to decrease by (- 6%) costs in northern and increased by (3%) costs in southern Sweden. For the entire country the total harvesting costs for all cutting increased by 3%.
Costs (SEK per hectare) for regeneration measures (cleaning, scarification, planting, and sowing) fell in overall in the northern Sweden by 4% and by 1% in southern Sweden in 2015 compared to the year before.
For the entire country costs declined by 3%. Costs for pre-commercial thinning (SEK per hectare) increased by 2% in the north, but declined 4% in southern Sweden.