We will help safeguard the health and vitality of your forest.

Forest owners have many ways of safeguarding the health and vitality of their forest. It is essential to have the right tree species in the right growth spot and to ensure that the trees have enough room to grow at every stage of their development so that the photosynthesising crown of the tree stays as big as possible.

Mixed forests should also be preferred in forest management, as they are more resistant to harmful factors than forests consisting of a single tree species. Our local forest specialists can advise you on what you can do to safeguard the vitality of your forest.

Safeguarding the health of forests

  • Use domestic tree species in regeneration

    Use domestic tree species in regeneration

  • Grow mixed forests in suitable places

    Grow mixed forests in suitable places

  • Ensure that young stand management and thinning is carried out on time

    Ensure that young stand management and thinning is carried out on time

  • Act fast to prevent spruce bark beetle damage

    Act fast to prevent spruce bark beetle damage

  • Stump treatment protects against root rot

    Stump treatment protects against root rot

  • Take care of biodiversity

    Take care of biodiversity