What is thinning of Paulownia?

Tending and thinning of Paulownia is also called intermediate harvesting or thinning. It is to periodically and repeatedly cut part of the immature Paulownia forest after the paulownia has grown into the forest until the main felling, so as to create good living conditions for the reserved Paulownia forest and promote retention.

The growth and development of the wood, and the thinning of the paulownia wood can be formed into an operation that can be fully utilized as a commodity. Its main task is to adjust the density of forests in a timely manner, improve the quality of forests, wood yield and wood utilization, and enhance the overall resistance of the Paulownia forest.