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box elder

30-60 ft (10-20m) tree with smooth green twigs and leaves that resemble poison ivy, but leaves are opposite each other, not alternating. Has maple-tree-type winged seed keys but thinner and longer than maple. Keys can be eaten. Sap boiled down for sugar. Very popular source of sugar. The inner bark can be eaten raw, boiled, roasted or dried and pounded into a powder with fiber sifted out. Tea made from inner bark can induce vomiting. Young leaves are edible and somewhat sweet, but have little nutrition.
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Boxelder was used for over 70% of all nests at the Gila River, while use of nest plants at the Middle Rio Grande was spread more evenly across three species of trees, two of which were nonnative.
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850 LF of pavement maintenance on Boxelder Road from Highway 59 to the east approach for Home Depot.
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Cowleys Termite & Pest Services, founded in 1991, has been helping New Jersey homes and businesses resolve all of their pest infestation problems, including overwintering bugs such as stink bugs, ladybugs and boxelder bugs.
These areas support cottonwood (Populus), willow (Salix), ash (Fraxinus), and boxelder (Acer negundo), but also the invasive salt cedar (Tamarix).
The beetle prefers maple, boxelder, horse chestnuts, birch, willow and elm trees.
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