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Pine Sawfly
... right now is the Pine Sawfly. Sawfly adults are a non-stinging wasp that lays its eggs inside the needles of pine trees. The ... the outer portion of the pine needles but as they mature and grow bigger they start to consume whole needles. The larvae usually feed in groups and will 'rear back' when disturbed. Sawflies are especially damaging on Scotch and Mugo pine, ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

Gall Rusts of Pine
... from Scotch to jack pine but seldom from jack pine to Scotch pine. The symptoms of the two gall rusts on pines are identical. Spores germinate and invade the pine needles when a water film ... form "witches'-brooms." Either gall rust infects pines only through the current year's needles when needles begin to break through the fascicle sheaths on elongating shoots. This occurs in late spring ...
web1.msue.msu.edu

Landowner Fact Sheets - lodgepole pine
... pine lodgepole pine Pinus contorta Lodgepole pine is a widely distributed, slender crowned western conifer of significant timber value. It is also a common component of many recreation and wildlife areas. Lodgepole pine needles are 1 1/2 to 3 inches long, and occur in bundles of 2. Light Water Growth Size Timber Value       Lodgepole pine is used for framing, ...
www.cnr.vt.edu

Landowner Fact Sheets - slash pine
... pine is an important commercial timber tree of the U.S. southeast Atlantic and Gulf coastal plain. In addition, rapid juvenile growth makes the species useful for soil stabilization. Slash pine needles are 7 to 10 inches long, and typically occur in bundles of 3. Light Water Growth Size Timber Value       Slash pine is used for construction lumber ...
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Got Pine? - Your 60-Second Guide to Naming your Pine
... the Name of your Californian Pine Tree. First count the number of needles in two or three mature bundles of pine leaves on your native California pine tree. How many pine needles are in each bundle? Depending on the typical number of needles, go to ...
www.icogitate.com

Pine Needle Scale
... | Pine Needle Scale Phenacaspis pinifloiae Bonnie Willie Description: Pine needle scales are white, elongate to pear-shaped and approximately 3 mm in length. They resemble flecks of white paint on the needles of the host trees. Hosts: Although the name pine needle scale implies it as an insect of pine trees, the most common hosts for this ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Pine
Pine There are five needles to a bundle There are mostly four needles to a bundle There are three needles to a bundle The needles are in pairs
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Mugo Pine
... if left unchecked. Pine needle miner larvae feed inside needles causing them to turn yellow and dry up. Pine needle scale is a white, elongated scale found on the needles. Pine tortoise scale is brown and found on twigs. Depending on the scale, horticultural oil may control overwintering stages. Pine ...
www.bonsai-bci.com

Japanese White Pine
... Pine develops into a 25 to 50-foot-tall, graceful, irregularly-shaped tree, with an equal or greater spread, and a broad, flattened canopy. The 1 to 2.5-inch-long needles ... years. The needles grow in groups of five, so this tree is also known as "five-needle pine", especially the cultivar P ... . Because of the rugged quality of the five-needle pine, a strong rectangular pot should be used. Pines need a ...
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Table Mountain Pine Range and Habitat
... pine, rather than the two, mostly intermediate in width, and twisted as in Table Mountain pine. Needles of Table Mountain pine are stiff and prickly, while those of shortleaf pine are flexible; the intermediate needles ...
ncsu.edu




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