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yellow pine

A hard resinous wood of the longleaf pine tree, having dark bands of summerwood alternating with lighter-colored springwood; used as flooring and in general construction. See also: Masonite

yellow pine

A hard resinous wood of the longleaf pine tree, having dark bands of summer-wood alternating with lighter-colored springwood; used as flooring and in general construction.
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Termites preferred southern yellow pine and spruce.
Price appears to be the major drawback of US treated southern yellow pine imports in the highly price-sensitive Chinese market.
The Yellow Pine facility is scheduled to go into operation in 2010 and will produce 110 megawatts of renewable energy.
Today, hemicellulosic carbs from southern yellow pine make up 60 to 70 percent of Previda, a light-tan, fine-textured, spray-dried powder with a pleasant rumand-raisin aroma.
One of the many mines in this district that historically produced ore is the Yellow Pine mine about seven miles northwest of the Keeno Strike Property, which contained over 1.
Three wood species were considered: eastern white pine (Pinus strobus), southern yellow pine (Pinus taeda), and yellow poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera).
The substructure framing for the first section of the renovated boardwalk, stretching from the Casino Building to Fifth Avenue, is already in place, and the herring-bone pattern of pressure-treated southern yellow pine boards is about to be laid," said Larry Fishman, chief operating officer for Asbury Partners, LLC.
The Outdoor Decking Company installed a deck made from American yellow pine.
recently finished construction of an "eco-mart" prototype store in Lawrence, Kansas built entirely from 800,000 board feet of Douglas fir plywood and southern yellow pine certified by The Rogue Institute of Ashland, Oregon and Global Resource Consultants of Manassas, Virginia.
The Westervelt Company owns approximately 500,000 acres of Southern yellow pine timberland in central Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina, and Virginia.
O Handrail Height To Be 54 O Straight Ends O Fiberglass Topcap O Horizontal Midrails With A Maximum 9 Opening O A307 Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Bolts O Standard Green Color O Stainless Steel Mounting Clips O 3 X 12 Pressure Treated #2 Southern Yellow Pine Decking O Dead Load Camber Only * The Following Bridge Sizes Will Be Supplied
We believe that the consolidation and IPO confirms our view of the significant value of our prior holdings in the Yellow Pine district.