eastern white pine

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Synonyms for eastern white pine

tall-growing pine of eastern North America

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Hammermilling southern yellow pine chips consumed the highest amount of energy among all the species (Table 3), while energy requirements for size reduction of eastern white pine and yellow poplar chips were very similar (Table 3).
For this reason eastern white pines also became known as King's Arrow pines.
The eastern white pine material's EMC was determined to be 12 percent prior to the tests.
Eastern white pine does not perform as well as Scots pine, Japanese black pine, or shore pine.
Eastern white pine, Pinus strobus, red pine, Pinus resinosa and eastern hemlock, Tsuga canadensis, are the most abundant evergreens (Hodgdon, 1978).
Dufresne's truck, and Eastern white pine and maple in Mr.
All other continental states have at least two species of pine except Iowa, which supports only eastern white pine, and Kansas, which has none.
In the United States, eastern white pine (EWP) is used in the manufacture of interior planks, clapboards, furniture, doors and windows, decorative veneers, and moulding/millwork.
Perhaps the shortest official trail in the Adirondacks passes through a small stand of giant Eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) growing just off the highway between Inlet and Raquette Lake.
In southwestern Wisconsin, close to the southern limit of its range, eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.
Untreated eastern white pine samples (primarily sapwood) of the same dimensions were used for reference samples.
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Test results showed the black cherry and sugar maple had slower erosion wear rates than white oak and eastern white pine.
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