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sitka spruce

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Sitka Spruce
... Sitka Spruce Sitka Spruce Picea sitchensis The needles of the Sitka Spruce are jointed at the base to woody pegs and arranged spirally around the twig. They ...
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Landowner Fact Sheets - Sitka spruce
... Fact Sheets - Sitka spruce Sitka spruce Picea sitchensis Sitka spruce is the largest spruce species. It occurs along the northwest coast of North America, from northern California to Alaska ... fog are important factors accounting for Sitka spruce's large growth. Sitka spruce is the most important timber tree in Alaska. Light Water Growth Size Timber Value Sitka spruce is used for ladders, oars, ...
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Maps of Common U.S. forest Types
... Pine Eastern Spruce-Fir Longleaf-Slash Pine Loblolly-Shortleaf Pine Oak-Pine Oak-Hickory Oak-Gum Elm-Ash-Cottonwood Maple-Beech-Birch Aspen-Birch Douglas-Fir Hemlock-Sitka Spruce Ponderosa Pine Western White Pine Lodgepole Pine Larch Western Fir-Spruce Redwood Western Hardwood Tropical Hardwood Maps Courtesy of ...
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Forest | American Forest Biome
... the true firs, redwood , ponderosa pine , and larch . Hemlock-Sitka spruce forest map Forests in which western hemlock and/or Sitka spruce comprise a plurality of the stocking. Common associates include ... , grand fir , western redcedar, and western white pine . Fir-spruce forest map Forests in which true firs, Engelmann spruce , or blue spruce, singly or in combination, comprise a plurality of ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 6, 1990: Contents
... . Hari and V. Koski Tree Physiology 6:4156 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Needle growth in Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis): effects of nutrient deficiency and needle position within shoots J. W. Chandler and ... 77 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Influence of water stress on the physiology and growth of red spruce seedlings J. R. Seiler and B. H. Cazell Tree Physiology 6:7985 [ Summary ] [ Full ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 10, 1992: Contents
... [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Storage and internal cycling of nitrogen in relation to seasonal growth of Sitka spruce P. Millard and M. F. Proe Tree Physiology 10:4558 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Nutrient ...
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... plants. In mature and old growth coastal forests, a large proportion of western hemlock and Sitka spruce seedlings germinate and grow on CWD substrates (Harmon and Franklin 1989; G. Davis, pers. comm ...
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... the forest types of the Pacific North- west. Minore (1972) found that seedlings of both Sitka spruce and western hemlocks were more numerous and taller on so called rotten logs than on ...
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Fact Sheets & Plant Guides | USDA PLANTS
... incarnata purple passionflower doc pdf PEGR7 Penstemon grandiflorus large beardtongue doc pdf PISI Picea sitchensis Sitka spruce doc pdf PIED Pinus edulis twoneedle pinyon doc pdf PIMO Pinus monophylla singleleaf pinyon ... doc pdf SALUL Salix lucida ssp. lasiandra Pacific willow doc pdf SASI2 Salix sitchensis Sitka willow doc pdf SAAP2 Salvia apiana white sage doc pdf SACO6 Salvia columbariae chia ...
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Spruce
... mariana, producing a more spreading tree with darker needles. Picea sitchensis: Sitka spruce - The larges, fastest growing spruce in the world, the Sitka spruce can grow up to 300 feet! It has gently arched branches and prickly needles, and grows in a broad range from Alaska south to Washington state. Picea torana: tiger-tail spruce ...
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