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Nothing wrong with harvesting a few good ones. Why should you always be cutting junk?
Clark,I noticed that you are from Vancouver, WA. Is the harvesting every 5th row practice something you observed in the Lake States?Roy
I guess there is nothing wrong in taking some "good" ones. The obvious problem in taking high quality stems in the first thinning is that there is no premium for them or at least, very unlikely will you receive any premium for them. Trying to increase the odds that you will have higher quality and larger stems to harvest later is always a good practice, especially if it comes at the price of cutting low quality stems.Clark
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