red alder

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large tree of Pacific coast of North America having hard red wood much used for furniture

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With the help of dedicated researchers, we learned that cutting down red alder once by hand immediately after its burst of growth in early summer meant that it had to re-grow with reduced strength.
Frequently compared to other woods, some say red alder is like birch but with more color.
Rothe A, Cromack K, Resh SC, Makineci E, Son Y (2002) Soil carbon and nitrogen changes under Douglas-fir with and without red alder.
In Alaska, red alder occurs in the southeastern part of the state and is capable of reaching sawtimber size in as little as 50 years (Brackley et al.
Stand density effects in young red alder plantations: productivity, photosyntethate partitioning, and nitrogen fixation // Ecology.
In most of Southeast Alaska, red alder trees line the roads.
The lifespan of Red Alder is sixty to eighty years.
Perfect for the pared-back look is the Ramada kitchen in Red Alder finish, with bevelled edges and pan drawers.
The primary timber species consisted of Douglas fir (58%), Western hemlock (28%) and Red alder (14%) with essentially no other species located on the property.
Cool weather is beginning to shut down photosynthesis in red alder, dogwood, vine maple and other deciduous trees, and the Oregon Department of Forestry is encouraging folks to get out to enjoy the changing hues in the coming weeks.
30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ClubCorp C The World Leader in Private Clubs (NYSE: MYCC) C today issued the following statement in response to a recent public letter from Red Alder LLC and ADW Capital Partners L.
Fast growing red alder grows principally in the Pacific Northwest, but its appeal goes far beyond its native region, with sales booming around the world, particularly in China.
Red alder, mahogany, maple, white oak, and pine veneer panels conditioned to 6, 12, or 20 percent moisture content (MC) were stained with red solvent-borne stain, partially coated with clear lacquer, and air dried.
Many of the trees that once covered the city's high bluffs, bigleaf maple, Douglas-fir, and red alder, have long since been cut down in the quest for a water view.