poplar tree


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A total of 42 poplar trees which surround Dunblane's war memorial are to be felled for safety reasons.
Imagine purchasing a nice, new home, only to have a large, old oak tree fall on your roof a few weeks later--or learning that a poplar tree is plagued with dangerous root rot and will cost $6,000 to be removed.
Mr Bakhsh said the height of a poplar tree was 30 to 50 feet and its shade falling on adjoining fields would affect their crops too.
Poplar tree is prominent among others plants at most of the area in forest department's territories, the source said.
China holds 61% of the world's total poplar tree forests, which provide important economic value to people.
China holds 61 percent of the world's total poplar tree forests, which provide important economic value to people.
Rawalpindi -- The husband of a woman councillor of ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz was axed to death when he tried to stop three persons from cutting a poplar tree from his land in Haryal village in Mandra, informed police on Saturday.
A tree that is being studied for use as phytoremediation for cleaner soil is the poplar tree. Poplar trees have a root system that absorbs large quantities of water.
The pair built their nest in a tulip poplar tree in 2015.
Mrs Stokes, 79, had just stepped out of the bathroom on Wednesday when her neighbour's poplar tree smashed through the side of her bungalow in Balaclava Road, as the tail end of Storm Frank battered the region.
Ruth, 79, had just stepped out of the bathroom to look in a hallway mirror yesterday when her neighbour's poplar tree broke off in high winds and smashed through the side of her bungalow on Balaclava Road in Kings Heath.
And when all she could see out of her bedroom window was branches, her fears were confirmed - the 60ft poplar tree she loved had been blown down, another victim of Storm Desmond.
Children from Acklington First School playing under the shadows of <Bthe 250-year-old black poplar tree. Above left, Cubbington pear tree
A black poplar tree in the grounds of Acklington Church of England First School is one of 10 finalists in England's Tree of the Year, organised by the Woodland Trust.
Q: I have a very large poplar tree that must be 15 feet or more around the base.