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Re: What to plant in a northern New England open field
« Reply #20 on: April 01, 2020, 04:06:22 AM »
Yes, some red spruce planting here. They grow quite well on our ridge top cut overs where it is dryer. If you can keep the darn snowshoe hare out of them. :D I have also thinned a lot of natural red spruce with clearing saw. Grows thicker than fir where they have taken off the mature spruce overstory. You can't even see the ground unless your on a skid trail, that kinda thick. Where you could normally thin about an acre on average ground, your gonna be working hard to get half an acre. Will make a man out of ya. :D
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