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    • Yeah that’s what I do with my cannabis plants. It’s called re-vegging and depending on the plant there can be many methods
      DrZwicky 4 aug
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    • It's a non issue, because logging companies already plant trees when they cut them down, and there are currently more trees on the planet than there were 100 years ago
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    • pretty smart, I don't know if america has trees that are like that.
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    • It won’t let me scroll to the next meme
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    • The medieval Europeans had a very similar method for most forms of lumber
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    • Too bad pine trees cant do that
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    • So can we do that for everyone's forests or does it have to be a specific kind of tree?
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    • Why isnt this a thing EVERYWHERE?!
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    • In Europe, this is called coppicing, and was most often done to hazel trees.
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    • still have to cut the top trees down
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    • Lol was actually just watchin a YouTube vid & in it they mentioned a company that owns hundreds of acres of trees & for every tree cut for lumber, they plant another. Basically having unlimited tree resource while preserving the population.Think it was Sierra glass,latest offtheranch vid(yesterdays)
      WillDJ11 3 aug
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    • Prepare for $500/roll toilet paper
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    • "Spears twice the size of men"
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    • It wasn’t an ecological thing, the Japanese have always had to deal with lumber shortages due to being an island based culture this allows quicker harvest than traditional techniques
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    • Really funny. Did laugh
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    • Isn't that just torturing the trees?
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    • Looks cool too
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    • Naw don't let it lie they still cut down trees there just growing trees on trees and cutting them down that way.
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    • It's a good idea but for mass production it's not worth the time and effort in the minds of logging companies
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    • Europe has been doing that shit since the medieval period maybe longer that's how they got thatch for building roofs, fences and waddle and dobe structures
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    • How’s it work? The benefits are obvious but what are the drawbacks?
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    • *Big Lumber dislikes*
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    • It’s growing trees though, without planting trees
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    • ?? How???
      Shazam 3 aug
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    • Where do you get wood from?
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    • this some minecraft shit fr
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    • Is it really ancient if it's from the 14th century?
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    • Checks comments, omg no one said it yet...okay, my time to shine: treeception.
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    • IPatron 3 aug
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    • It's cool though cause lumber companies plants at least one seed for every tree they cut down.
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    • Ooorr, you could... Hang with me here... Plant trees back after cutting them down. A convoluted solution is not a good solution.
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    • Pretty sure the 14th century doesn't count as ancient
      Smoge 3 aug
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    • I think we just need to invest in hemp it’s a lot eco friendly and better tbh
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    • What if we grow trees.... On other trees...
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    • There was a European equivalent, I forget the name but it was how they made fences and baskets and whatnot in medieval Europe
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    • This is the power of Shinto
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