loblolly pine

  1. tall spreading three-needled pine of southeastern United States having reddish-brown fissured bark and a full bushy upper head
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  • Both experienced considerable damage from an ice-storm in 1994, which appeared to have had the greatest negative impact on loblolly pine.
  • A single seed was used for species with larger seeds (western white pine, ponderosa pine, loblolly pine, and Pacific silver fir).
  • Dry woodland has a diversity of species but is dominated by loblolly pine, rock chestnut oak, and a shrubby layer of azaleas and New Jersey tea.
  • Finally, the book concludes by looking at the last several decades of the farm's history, when the federal government purchased the land and began reforesting it with loblolly pines.
  • Accompanying the astronauts on the flight are a dozen rats, 36 fish embryos and 20 loblolly pine seedlings.
  • Since officials began aggressively suppressing wildfire, many of Florida's forests have been taken over by slash and loblolly pine.
  • This project combines fire rehabilitation with watershed and ecosystem restoration on sites where loblolly pine has been ravaged by bugs and blight.
  • There are several species available -- loblolly pine, arborvitae, lacebark elm, bald cypress, several kinds of oak, redbud and more. Local Headlines - NewsChannel 8
  • The forests are mostly mixes of loblolly pine and sweet gum, with a holly and huckleberry understory.
  • In loblolly pine, the leading timber species of North America, the physical and chemical properties of wood have been studied extensively in a single population of modest size.
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