Juniperus virginiana

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Synonyms for Juniperus virginiana

small juniper found east of Rocky Mountains having a conic crown, brown bark that peels in shreds, and small sharp needles

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Different characteristics of particleboard and fiberboard made from rubberwood and Eastern redcedar have been studied previously (Hong and Sim 1994, Hiziroglu et al.
Chips of rubberwood and Eastern redcedar were reduced to particles using a laboratory-type hammermill.
Identified as a sustainable evergreen tree with graceful pendulous branches, the Eastern Redcedar 'Cupressaceae Juniperus virginiana' provides nesting sites, cover and food for mammals and birds such as the woodpecker.
Giles & Kendall and its predecessor have specialized in manufacturing 100 percent aromatic Eastern Redcedar products for nearly 125 years.
Brown Cedar Company, have specialized in manufacturing 100 percent Aromatic Eastern Redcedar products for more than 120 years.
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Eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana) is often considered a "trash or nuisance" tree.
The purpose of this study was to investigate mechanical and physical performances of particleboard made from low-value eastern redcedar trees.
Three different panel types were studied: aspen OSB, eastern redcedar particleboard, and bagasse particleboard.
This study is an attempt to investigate the use of eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana L.
Sloping terraces above the rock hold dense groves of eastern redcedar, blackjack and post oaks.
The Cross Timbers, a thickly timbered forest belt pushing north from Texas across Oklahoma and into Kansas, contains gnarled post oaks, blackjack oaks, and eastern redcedars more than 400 years old.
A few full species will be demoted to mere varieties: southern and eastern redcedars, speckled and mountain alders, and Torrey and fewflower vauquelinias.
At Middleton Plantation many trees were toppled, including one of the nation's largest eastern redcedars, Middleton's oldest southern red oak, and two 90-year-old tea olives.
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