Image 2&3. Tree rows, September 17, 2020
During the forest visits, no interplanting was found, but quite a few traces of grazing left in the site, causing mechanical damages, such as broken branches. And some diseases and pests occurred. A lot of branches were cumulated at the bottom of the trees. The growth of the trees went slow. As the density was declining, there were layers of plants on the ground, leaving very few bare land exposed.