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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... time clean up the area where your fruit trees grow. Douglas firs in Western Oregon stressed from wet weather Have you noticed Douglas fir trees turning reddish-brown and dying around the Willamette ...
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temp
... salamander, the clouded salamander, frequents so-called rotten wood, particularly Douglas fir in late classes II through IV. These salamanders ... final level of predation within large so called rotten, fallen Douglas Firs in class III through V is probably that of small ... , and hearing are acute. The common shrew in western Oregon Douglas-fir forests is the Trowbridge shrew. This small, ‚Äúnervous‚ ...
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Maiden Hair Tree (Ginko)
... trees that grow along boulevards in cities or stand tall in the open countryside. Beyond Douglas firs and redwoods and red cedars and mountain hemlocks--with their little bent-over tops--and ...
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Snowberry
... that ranges from three to six feet in height. Itís used to growing under Douglas firs, where itís most sparse, to open rangelands, where itís less so. It has ...
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Identify the Firs
... Tree Simple Tree Identification Related Sites LandscapingGardeningCampingBiology Identify the Firs From Steve Nix, Your Guide to Forestry. FREE Newsletter. ... Firs balsam Pacific silver California red noble grand white Fraser fir Leaves: persistent or deciduous, linear or needle-like. Fruit: Woody cones. Other Conifers: | baldcypress | cedar | Douglas ...
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UC Berkeley Center for Forestry: Pitch Canker
... circinatum) by Pityophthorus spp. (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in Central, Coastal California. Pitch Canker Infections in Native Douglas-firs In Central, Coastal California. Effects of Vegetation Management on Monterey Pine Regeneration. Annual Meeting, Pitch ...
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true fir genus description
... often covered with resin. True firs are so named to distinguish them from Douglas-firs, Chinese-firs, and a number of other pretenders. Sometimes they're called "balsam firs" because of tiny pockets of resin, or balsam, that occur in their bark. About 40 species of true firs ...
oregonstate.edu

Trees of Reed: Campus Trees, 1940
... , and grow to great heights. Would that we had more of them! The remaining giant Douglas-firs still left standing on the campus, remnants of the forest that once covered this area ... not be with us forever. It would be a joy to see a few young firs and great redwoods set out to replace them on the expanse of lawn in front ...
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Trees of Reed: Book Introduction
... photographs of the front lawn show little evidence of any trees other than the striking Douglas-firs in front of Eliot Hall and the Old Dorm Block. It is believed that the ...
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Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii).
... . Douglas-firs are ... firs are upright.) Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii): FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions). What other names are used for Douglas-fir? It's also called red-fir, Oregon-pine, and Douglas-spruce. Pseudotsuga menziesii var.menziesii (widespread in California) is sometimes called coast Douglas-fir, How do we use Douglas ...
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