Wood extractives – general description General aspects Storage is an inevitable part of the procurement chain of all woody raw materials. Whether it be in harvesting sites, windrows, terminals or at end-use facilities, until the raw material has reached its final destination, some storage has occurred (see Factors contributing to the loss of extractives). Different
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Eelis Halmemies and Hanna Brännström, Luke (Natural Resources Institute Finland)
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