incense cedar


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Related to incense cedar: Calocedrus decurrens

incense cedar

A close-grained wood having a fragrant resinous odor; highly resistant to moisture.
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* Sapling and seedling density in 2018 highly variable across sites; most abundant were shade-tolerant species such as white fir (Abies concolor) and incense cedar (Calocedrus decurrens) (fig.
They found that extracts from incense cedar, western red cedar, Alaska yellow cedar, western juniper, and Port Orford cedar exhibited antimicrobial activity against P.
Between January and February alone Mr Dunn had axed six 100-year-old trees due to wind damage, including a 160-year-old incense cedar and a rare Japanese sawara cypress tree.
inform me that the flower of the incense cedar I saw this morning by the
Each walker was given a pencil made from renewable incense cedar and a postcard to send to their MP urging the government to stop importing illegally cut timber.
Made entirely of premium incense cedar, the Tri-Conderoga is black, has a soft-touch finish, and sports a latex-free black eraser that ensures smudge-proof corrections.
After a day at the museum, you'll know that a Californian Incense Cedar tree provides enough wood to make 150,000 pencils and that NASA spent millions developing the world's first zero gravity space pen - only to discover the Russians were getting by quite well with pencils.
For these names on my holiday list I wrap a bundle of incense cedar and some rich red manzanita for kindling and color.
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Average value Source Species MOE MOR (x [10.sup.6] psi) (x [10.sup.3] psi) Current study Yellow-cedar 1.55 12.97 Reference 7 Yellow-cedar 1.42 11.10 Incense cedar 1.04 8.00 Port-Orford cedar 1.70 12.70 Western redcedar 1.11 7.50 Reference 6 Yellow-cedar 1.70 13.20 Western redecedar 1.04 8.00
Other spots along the new subway yielded redwood pollen and logs of incense cedar that date to 46,000 years ago.
Encircled by soaring incense cedar and ponderosa pine, some 20 people gather around a June campfire in Kings Canyon National Park.