Research in the mechanization of black locust renewal and planting

  • Tamás Major University of Sopron, Faculty of Forestry
  • Imre Czupy University of Sopron, Faculty of Forestry http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7032-1323
  • Attila László Horváth University of Sopron, Faculty of Forestry
  • Viktória Papp University of Sopron, Faculty of Forestry
  • Andrea Tünde Kiss University of Sopron, Faculty of Forestry
Keywords: black locust, mechanization, specific cost, Nyírség

Abstract

Nowadays, the black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) is the most current and the most widely used tree species in Hungary. Due to its penetration and the wide variety of application it’s worth to examine the different mechanization options of the reforestation technologies and their costs.

We provided our research in the area of Nyírerdő Nyírségi Erdészeti Zrt. According to the tests it can be said, that the cost of the reforestations with root ripping is the most favourable and the reforestation or  regeneration with planting costs the most. The disadvantage of the regeneration with root ripping is, that after its multiple application it can be observed the significantly degradation of the assortment composition and of the tree utilization income.

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Published
2019-12-03
How to Cite
Major, T., Czupy, I., Horváth, A. L., Papp, V., & Kiss, A. T. (2019). Research in the mechanization of black locust renewal and planting. Analecta Technica Szegedinensia, 13(2), 6-11. https://doi.org/10.14232/analecta.2019.2.6-11
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