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The following winter found Burgess once more searching the thick stand of loblolly pines, and again he found the buck's sheds.
Loblolly pines are a major resource for the timber industry in the Southeast and are susceptible to a number of fungal diseases.
The present study evaluated properties of 15- and 25-year-old loblolly (Pinus taeda L.
The forest recovery campaign, expected to cost more than $4 million, aims to plant native loblolly pine seedlings on approximately 16,000 burned acres equaling 2 million trees in the state park and another 2 million on surrounding private land.
The Texas Forest Service wants to plant 4 million loblolly pine seedlings in Bastrop State Park over the next few years, to help restore the forest after last year's fires.
I am a very small-scale tree farmer, mostly loblolly pines, but fruit trees too.
On 19-20 June 2009, a 24-hour BioBlitz was held at the Loblolly Marsh Wetland Preserve (part of the Limberlost Swamp) in Jay County, Indiana.
Longleaf and loblolly pine trees were the two most common pine species in the habitat.
The loblolly pine pollen that coated your home, car, and pets this spring is the tree's attempt to spread its genes far and wide.
I guess the story of The Loblolly Boy came from my fooling about with these ideas.
dagger][dagger] NORCLIFFE, James The Loblolly Boy Longacre, 2009 224pp NZ$19.
Forest Service smoke jumper) brought seeds from a Loblolly pine, sycamore, sweet gum, redwood, and Douglas fir on the mission to the moon.
Rollcast, founded in 2005, has a portfolio of biomass power projects in development, including two projects with executed, long-term power purchase agreements: Loblolly Green Power in South Carolina and Piedmont Green Power, as well as Greenway Renewable Power in Georgia.