log large enough to be sawed into lumber.
Logs of sufficient size and quality as to be suitable for conversion to lumber or other products.
a log large enough to be sawed economically on a sawmill. Sawlogs are usually at least 8 inches in diameter at the small end.
Intermediate product between sawtimber and lumber. A sawtimber-quality tree is felled, de-limbed and cut to length to become a sawlog. When delivered and milled, lumber is produced from the sawlog.
a log of sufficient size and quality to be sawed economically on a sawmill for use in lumber and other products.
A log suitable for manufacturing sawn timber.
a log large enough to yield lumber. Usually the small end of a sawlog must be at least 6 to 8 inches in diameter for softwoods and 10 to 12 inches for hardwoods.
Log category used for sawing lumber and timbers.
a log that meets minimum regional standards of diameter, length, and defect, intended for sawing
High-quality log suitable for processing into lumber.
The term sawlog refers to that part of a tree stem that will be processed at a sawmill. This is in contrast to those other parts of the stem that are designated pulpwood. The differences are that sawlogs will be greater in diameter, straighter and have a lower knot frequency.