Ryno Joubert provides a compelling argument that the distribution of the southern Cape forests has not changed much since the arrival of settlers and that the distribution patterns are determined by fire.
This year the Working with Wood Show, held in partnership with the Association of Woodturners South Africa (AWSA), is to be held at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) George Campus from August 26 to 28.
The LX100 is the first in a new line of Wood-Mizer sawmills, completely redesigned from the ground up based on the feedback and needs of sawyers from all over the world…
Forests are found in areas that receive annual rainfall ranging between 525 mm and 1220 mm. But if you look…Read More
So you had a fire – five years ago which is thankfully a distant memory, or is it? The legal…Read More
An exciting development for forestry mechanisation in Southern Africa is the introduction by Bell Equipment of the Waratah H290 Harvester…Read More