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Invasive Neophytes in the Forest

In Switzerland more and more alien plant species are making an appearance in the forests. When these species escape into the wild, and appear in large numbers, they can eliminate indigenous species, cause economic damage or affect people’s health.

 

Plastic Ropes for Forestry Use

Synthetic fiber ropes for forestry use are produced by several manufacturers. They offer a wide range of advantages in comparison to steel wire ropes.

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