NC State Extension

Southeast SRWC Feasibility

Short rotation woody crops (SRWCs) are fast-growing and single-purpose trees that can be harvested in a few years. Economic feasibility of growing SRWCs is affected by land type, stand and management decisions, species and feedstock prices. A web-based productivity and economic assessment tool (SRWC-PEAM) is developed as a means of appraising SRWC-based feedstock production on various lands in the southeastern USA taking into account land history, land attributes, stand management, species and feedstock price. SRWC-PEAM works on Chrome and Opera web browsers.

Visit the Southwest SRWC Feasibility web site for models.

Questions? Contact Dr. Solomon Ghezehei  919-513-1371

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Photo of Renee Strnad, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionRenee StrnadEnvironmental Educator (919) 515-5518 renee_strnad@ncsu.eduForestry & Environmental Resources - NC State University
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