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red oak

An oak of eastern North America; the wood is a light brown or red color; relatively heavy, hard, strong, coarse-grained; used esp. for clapboards, also for interior finish.
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Red oak as a family has several members that are fast growing like shingle oaks, willow oaks, laurel oaks and pin oaks, while all white oaks are usually slower growing.
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If you hunt where both white oak and red oak trees grow, your best bet will be to focus your scouting and hunting time near white oaks if they produced acorns that year.
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Other red oak and yellow-poplar are relatively overutilized, but other red oaks are the only species group with a GR ratio of less than 2.
In terms of species, 29 per cent of the volume of hardwood lumber shipped to the region was accounted for by red oak (13,367 cum), remaining unchanged from the previous year.
which found distributors sold more red oak and white oak flooring in 2012 and less hard maple.
Hubacz holds a cross-section of a red oak that shows the growth rings.