Short rotation woody crops (SRWCs) have robust productivity potential. For landowners interested in growing SRWCs, effects of land types on economic returns and economic implications of stand or management decisions are key considerations. Still, landowners should first explore availability of markets for SRWC-based feedstocks in their area.
A productivity and economic assessment tool (SRWC-PEAM) is developed for assessing SRWC-based feedstock production in the southeastern USA based on land attributes. A user guide and a brief illustration are provided to make using SRWC-PEAM straightforward and guide users to select attributes that best characterize their land. SRWC-PEAM works on Chrome and Opera web browsers.