And yet, as if to indicate how all must be useful, the great Douglas-firs
lend their wood for our ships, factories and homes.
(Pseudotsuga menziesii), ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa), and northern red oak (Quercus rubra) lumber was cut into clear samples measuring 25 by 75 by 127 mm long.
Following discoveries in the middle 1980s that immature embryos from Norway spruce seeds could be propagated or cloned in culture using somatic embryogenesis, we started a well-funded research and development program using this technology for both loblolly pine and Douglas-fir
The Spanaway mill produces 100 million board feet of green Douglas-fir
dimension lumber annually and has approximately 120 employees.
The timberlands to be transferred to Scotia exclude harvesting rights with respect to virgin old growth redwood and Douglas-fir
In the forest, most Douglas-fir
trees have green branches along the upper third of their trunks.
The pews are made using red oak and the impressive 5,000 pipe organ also uses Douglas-fir
Over the past decade Jerry and Sam have logged through some 600 acres of ponderosa pine, Douglas-fir
, tamarack, and grand-fir.
In Oregon, Weyerhaeuser will donate 1,000 of the potted Douglas-firs
to an urban Portland planting group, "Friends of Trees," which will give them away Saturday, April 21, in the North Park Blocks, when the group celebrates the conclusion of its five-year "Seed the Future" campaign.
Quantification of seasonal bark loss for two Oregon commercial tree species, Douglas-fir
(Pseudotsuga menziesii) and ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa), was conducted at monthly intervals beginning in late October to early November 2009 and finishing in August 2010.
When Apollo 14 launched January 31, 1971, Roosa carried with him hundreds of loblolly pine, sycamore, sweetgum, redwood, and Douglas-fir
Volunteer Sarah Haque helped load bags containing 30,000 Douglas-fir
seedlings, which the Corps will use for projects with the Department of Transportation, stream teams and local fisheries.