all wood not used as fuel including all wood fiber products, from logs to pulp
Timber or fuelwood prepared in the round state, that is, from felled trees to material trimmed, barked and cross-cut. Logs, transmission poles, pit props and the like are 'round timber'; with fuelwood included, the term is 'roundwood'.
sections of tree stems, with or without bark. Includes logs, bolts, posts, and pilings.
logs, bolts or other round sections cut from trees for industrial or consumer uses.
Wood in its natural state as felled, with or without bark. It may be round, split, roughly squared or in other forms.
Wood products which are round such as pulpwood, posts, piling, poles, firewood and timber.
Sawlogs, pulpwood, poles, etc, in round form.
Logs, bolts or other round sections cut from growing stock and non-growing stock sources: includes sawlogs, pulpwood, pilings and poles.
Generic term for harvested logs or trees with round form, often referring to smaller logs.
A felled tree, trimmed of its branches and bark, and cut into lengths of the appropriate size.
Round sections of tree stems with or without bark, such as logs and bolts. Bois rond
wood in its natural state as felled or otherwise harvested, with or without bar, round, split roughly squared or other forms (e.g. roots, stumps). It may also be impregnated (e.g. telegraph poles) or roughly shaped or pointed. It comprises all wood obtained from the forest such as sawlogs/veneer logs, pulpwood, fuelwood and other industrial roundwood. (Forest Management Bureau)
Wood products that are used in their original form, only being cut to length. Includes firewood, posts, poles, pulpwood and similar products.
Logs and small branches (small roundwood)
Unprocessed industrial wood raw material
Logs, bolts, and other round timber generated from the harvesting of trees.
Wood cut specifically for use as a fuel.
Wood processed for poles or posts. Logs for roundwood are ready for use after simply being debarked and treated with preservatives.