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shrubby two-needled pine of coastal northwestern United States

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The results of our genetic analysis suggest that tree clusters routinely occur in ponderosa, bristlecone and lodgepole pines.
The lodgepole pine, which makes up 77 percent of the forests in Yellowstone, produces two types of seed-carrying cones.
This prospect would mark the Company's seventh Lodgepole Reef property located in North Dakota's prolific Bakken Formation.
The common height for lodgepole pine is 70 feet with diameters of 24 to 30 inches, but trees can grow to 120 feet or more.
Lodgepole pines have been among the hardest hit species, but the growing market for beetle kill pine products has given cause for hope among many, along with a new green wood with a slightly blue tinge.
Typically, the mountain pine beetle's preferred host is older lodgepole pines, common in lower elevations.
Historically, the mountain pine beetle has attacked the lodgepole pine, which is common at lower elevations, helping to regulate forest health by attacking old or weakened trees.
Hundreds of freshly cut Norway spruce, Nordmann fir and Lodgepole pine will be on sale during the first three weekends of the month and on each Tuesday (10am-3pm) in the 900 acre North York Moors beauty spot.
Forest Service reported last year that during the last part of the 20th century, widespread treatments in lodgepole pine stands that would have created age-class diversity, enhanced the vigor of remaining trees, and improved stand resiliency to drought, insect attack, and fires--such as timber harvest and thinning--lacked public acceptance.
From British Columbia to Montana to Colorado, pine beetles are killing millions of lodgepole, white bark and ponderosa pines.
Mirov (1946) showed that lodgepole pine seeds kept in cold storage for over nine years still maintained high germination.
The headline of the March 1 story about a newly published study by forest scientists at Oregon State University and the University of British Columbia was "Beetles sending lodgepole into oblivion.
But if you really want to save money, go for a home-grown Scots pine or Lodgepole pine, likely to cost a tenner less than the same size Nordmann fir.
Cobalt Technologies announced that it has produced biobutanol from beetle-killed lodgepole pine feedstock, making it the first company to produce a drop-in replacement for petroleum and petrochemicals from the beetle-affected trees.
An outbreak of Red Band Needle Blight on lodgepole pine is associated with increased summer precipitation that was beyond the range of previously recorded weather patterns.