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Selective Exploration - SS2 Agriculture Lesson Note

Selective exploration is a logging method that targets specific trees for harvesting while leaving others intact. This approach helps in sustainable timber extraction and ecosystem preservation:

Tree Selection: Skilled loggers choose mature trees based on size, species, and health, leaving younger and less valuable trees to grow.

Reduced Impact: Selective logging minimizes disturbance to the forest floor and wildlife habitats compared to clear-cutting.

Biodiversity: By preserving various tree species and ages, selective exploration supports biodiversity.

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