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Norway Maple

Age: 0 to 2 years old
Montplonne Forest
Time before cutting: 38 years
€18 VAT incl.
€31.83 Expected gross gain

Norway Maple

The Norway Maple is a deciduous tree. They are green in spring and turn yellow and sometimes red in autumn. This hardy tree, very widespread in France, is precious for its rapid growth. Its wood is used in carpentry, for floors, and its ashes are used to make potash. Its Latin name Acer means sharp, hence the French word 'acéré' (pointed). The tree owes its name to its wood, which was used in antiquity to make spears.

- Growth: rapid
- Height: 10 to 45 meters
- Foliage: deciduous leaves, always opposite each other, with webbed veins composed of 3 to 9 veins, the main one located in the center
- Trunk: longitudinal white, grey or cinnabar red stripes
- Bark: first smooth and yellowish grey, then reddish grey and darker and darker with age as it peels off and flakes.
- Color: crimson, scarlet red, orange, yellow, or silver according to the season

This species makes the forest stronger and more resilient, which improves the health of the entire plot by promoting biodiversity. Its expected profitability is linked to the logging of the stand where it grows.

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About Montplonne Forest

Between the communes of Montplonne and Stainville, the Montplonne Forest is located. The property is made up of 3 forest clusters comprising more than ten different species of trees. These include whitebeams, Austrian black pines and Norway maples.

We acquired this large forest in the autumn of 2022 with the aim of bringing it to its full potential by adapting our management to its natural characteristics. Sanitary cuts were carried out there by the previous owner to combat the spread of bark beetles due to repeated droughts and mild winters in recent years.
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