Keyword: resin harvesting

The RESINEX Operational Group (OG) and its innovation project are presented, the aim of the latter being to boost the resin sector in Extremadura.
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The ResinApp provides the natural resin sector with a tailored tool that allows the traceability of natural resin from the forest to the factory,
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Describe the key elements constituting the natural resin sector in a historical resinous region, underlining the social, environmental and economic importance of resin harvesting,
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The objective of this project is to characterize the links between the production of maritime pine resin and the properties of the station. The
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The attractiveness of the resin tapper’s profession is a key point for the revival of natural resin extraction to be a success. The aim
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In order to ensure the sustainability of the exploitation of pine resin and to guarantee that it is guided by good management practices –
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The aim of this work was to enhance the extraction technique of pine needles active molecules to valorize the non used needles.
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The traditional method of resin tapping is a very time-consuming activity since it requires the resin tapper to visit each tree every 10 to 15
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In Portugal, traditionally, the maritime pine is the species exploited to obtain resin. The silvicultural models used assume timber as the main product and
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The risk of accident is real for the resin tapper. The objective here is not to protect the worker against the accident but rather
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