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How to select planting sites for eastern white pine in the Lake States

M. Kathryn Robbins

How to select planting sites for eastern white pine in the Lake States

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • White pine,
  • Tree planting -- Great Lakes Region (North America)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNA-FB/M -- 8
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded sheet (8 p.) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14840037M


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How to select planting sites for eastern white pine in the Lake States by M. Kathryn Robbins Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Robbins, M. Kathryn. How to select planting sites for eastern white pine in the Lake States. [Washington, D.C.?]. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).

Ideally, the site you choose for white pines should get full sun, but the species tolerates some shade. If you plant in an appropriate site, white pine tree care is not difficult. The size of the tree is an important piece of white pine tree information.

Gardeners with small backyards should avoid planting white pines. The tree can grow to 80 feet (24 m.) tall How to select planting sites for eastern white pine in the Lake States book a 40 foot (12 m.) spread.

GENERAL DISTRIBUTION: Eastern white pine is distributed from Newfoundland west to extreme southeastern Manitoba and south to the Great Lake States, along the Atlantic seaboard to New Jersey, and in the Appalachian Mountains to northern Georgia.

Eastern white pine has been introduced to our state in plantations for lumber, as a landscaping ornamental, and for windbreaks and erosion control.

It reproduces locally in and around the areas where it has been planted. Eastern white pine is the tallest tree in the eastern United States.

It has a straight trunk and horizontal branches. The eastern white pine can be expected to grow in Hardiness Zones 3–8. View Map.

Tree Type Mature Size The eastern white pine grows to a height of 50–80' and a spread of 20–40' at maturity. Growth Rate This tree grows at a fast rate, with height increases of more than 24" per year.

This will produce a seedling approximately 12 to 16 inches in height with 1/4 to 1/2 inch caliper. Field establishment of seedlings is accomplished with tree planting procedures, using machine transplanters or hand planting.

White pine seedlings require weed. Learn how to grow $1, White Pine trees using bud pruning techniques to create veneer quality pine trees. Much of the White Pine sold today is called “knotty pine” due to the many imperfections caused by knots displayed throughout the wood. The knots represent a biological imprint left by branches that grew up and down the trunk of the tree.

should be considered when selecting a tree to plant. Ex-amples of insect and disease concerns prominent in Ten-nessee are Dutch elm disease, southern pine beetle, Japa-nese beetle, white pine weevil, anthracnose, powdery mil-dew, phytophthora root rot, verticillium wilt, gypsy moth, Figure 1.

USDA hardiness zones for the southeastern United Size: KB. Site indices of natural red pine sites range from 45 to 75 feet in height at 50 years of age.

Though red pine does prefer sandy soils it does not grow well on excessively drained, very nutrient poor sites. These sites would more likely be classified as jack pine sites. Red pine growing on these sites are very prone to pest problems such as.

Select a site that provides full sun and a moist, well-drained soil. While some white pines tolerate poorly drained soils, Eastern white pines are intolerant of drought, standing water and wet soil. You must prepare the soil by turning it, and remove nearby plant competition to give white pines.

An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions. 3 vols. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. Vol. 1: Provided by Kentucky Native Plant Society. Eastern white pine is the only pine tree in the East that bears five needles to a bundle. These bundles form clusters that look like little brushes.

The tree's cones are cylindrical and are the largest pine cones found in many areas of the tree's range (the New England states. Pine plantation owners are increasingly choosing to chop down existing forests to plant Southern species of pine. Benefits of Eastern White Pine.

The largest pine in the United States, Eastern White Pine trees grow to staggering heights of over feet and can have a. United States using year height and year height and diameter with the regression technique.

There are no previous reports on the adaptability of eastern white pine provenances to planting sites. Materials and Methods Inthe USDA Forest Service initiated a rangewide provenance trial of eastern white pine.

Cones from 10 treesCited by: 4. One species that typifies the northern forests of the eastern United States in the minds of many ecologists and naturalists is the eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.). Its range includes New England, the Great Lakes region, New York, Pennsylvania, and along the Appalachian Mountains to northern northern limits of its range include southwestern Ontario, above Lake Superior, Cited by:   Why Use Eastern White Pine for Timber Frame Buildings.

When planning a timber frame home or other building, consumers are often asked to choose from a variety of wood species. Eastern White Pine is one of the most popular choices, found in heavy timber frame construction all over the United States and beyond.

Eastern White Pine is a tree native to eastern North America. It is a large pine tree with historical significance as the Iroquois (Native American Haudenosaunee) considered it as the “Tree of Peace” and chose it as a symbol for the unity of the Iroquois Confederacy.

Height – can grow up to m ( ft) inch ft 10 inch) tall. Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus L.) holds the title of the tallest native conifer in the Northeast.

Typically, it grows ft tall and in extremely good sites, ft is possible. Trunk diameter is usually between ft. Eastern White Pine is a long lived tree, reaching years of. The Eastern White Pine Tree is a very handsome and ornamental specimen; valuable for parks, estates and large properties.

The Eastern White Pine can reach heights of 50 to 80 feet. Soil Type: Prefers fertile, moist, well-drained soils. Can be found on dry, rocky ridges and wet bogs.

Intolerant of air pollutants. Zones: 3 to 7 Germination Range 3/5(4). The Eastern White Pine tree (Pinus strobus) is a hardy evergreen native to eastern North America. It is long-lived, fast-growing and vigorous.

One of our most magnificent forest pine trees, Eastern White Pine has a lot to offer. When young, it presents an elegant, pyramidal form that matures into a tree with beautiful horizontal layered branching/5(8).

Pinus strobus, commonly denominated the eastern white pine, northern white pine, white pine, Weymouth pine (British), and soft pine is a large pine native to eastern North occurs from Newfoundland, Canada west through the Great Lakes region to southeastern Manitoba and Minnesota, United States, and south along the Appalachian Mountains and upper Piedmont to northernmost Family: Pinaceae.

The Eastern White Pine Tree is a very handsome and ornamental specimen; valuable for parks, estates and large properties. The Eastern White Pine can reach heights of 50 to 80 feet.

Soil Type: Prefers fertile, moist, well-drained soils. Can be found on dry, rocky ridges and wet bogs. Intolerant of air pollutants. Zones: 3 to 7. Germination. Other Common Names/Trade Names: Soft pine Scientific Name: Pinus strobus/ Pinus monticola Best Characteristics for Identification: Large resin canals, obvious resin pockets on the tangential/radial faces, resinous odor, gradual transition form earlywood to latewood.

Uses: Lumber, flooring, paneling, furniture, cabinets. General Natural Range: Eastern white pine: Minnesota and the Lake States. Table 1. Species–site selection guide.

Species. Suitable Planting Range. Soils. Loblolly pine. Piedmont and Coastal Plain. Preferred: Best growth in Coastal Plain on soils with poor surface drainage, a deep surface layer with a firm subsoil (clay layer) within 20 inches of the soil surface.

Virginia pine is the most popular species for choose and cut Christmas tree growers in eastern North Carolina. It occurs naturally in North Carolina in the Mountain and Piedmont regions. Virginia pine's needles occur in pairs, are often twisted, and range from 1 1 ⁄ 2 to 3 inches in length.

A tall, large diameter branch free White Pine can be worth more than some tropical hardwoods. In Quebec, Canada, an Eastern White Pine was sold for $47, It was feet tall, 9 feet across and branch free 80% of its height.

It was growing in a person’s backyard. The eastern white pine is one of my favorite trees. Tall, statuesque and imposing, it often towers over the other trees in a forest. In fact, the white pine is the tallest tree in New York State, with some reaching nearly feet in height.

Elder’s Grove, near Paul Smith’s College in the Adirondacks, and Pack Dem-File Size: KB. White Pine is a poor choice for long term privacy.

They will self prune as they mature due to lack of light and you will be looking between tree trunks within 10 years. AGLA, Eastern White Pine. Pinus strobus, or Eastern white pine, is native to the lake states, the Northeast and the Appalachian reaches a mature height of 50 to 80 feet and a spread of 20 to 30 feet.

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Pinus strobus‘Pendula’ -- ‘Pendula’ Eastern White Pine Page 4 Diseases White Pine blister rust attacks White Pine and uses the currant plant as an alternate host.

European Black Currant, the favored alternate host, may be banned from certain areas. Other Currants, particularly Red Currant should not be grown within feet of Size: KB. is your wholesale source for Eastern White Pine tree seeds. Buy in bulk and save money.

Get free shipping on orders above $ Order online or call () to place your order. More information about Eastern White Pine may be found here. The Pinus Strobus is commonly known as the Eastern White Pine, Northern Pine, Northern White Pine, Pin Blanc, Soft Pine, Weymouth Pine as well as White Pine.

The currently accepted scientific name of eastern white pine is Pinus strobus L. Little recognizes two varieties: the typical variety and Chiapas white pine (Pinus strobus. The eastern white pine has played a very important role throughout the history of America.

In colonial days, the best of the trees were set apart by the king for masts on British ships. Today it is still a valuable commercial tree but also favored in parks and spacious yards—both for its beauty and its fast growth.

The White Pine Energy Station was a proposed coal-fired power plant that was to be built in White Pine County, plant was to be built in the county's Steptoe Valley, and would be located 34 miles north of the city of Pine Energy Associates, LLC, a subsidiary of LS Power, announced the project in Februarywith plans to begin construction inwith the possibility Location: Steptoe Valley, White Pine County, Nevada.

Adaptation of eastern white pine provenances to planting sites (OCoLC) Online version: Demeritt, Maurice E. Adaptation of eastern white pine provenances to planting sites (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Synonyms for eastern white pine in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for eastern white pine. 3 synonyms for eastern white pine: American white pine, Pinus strobus, weymouth pine.

What are synonyms for eastern white pine. The Eastern White Pine is a beautiful landscape pine widely used throughout much of North America. It is a fast-growing species with bluish or greenish foliage depending on the individual tree.

Both Maine and Michigan have chosen it as their state tree and it is the official tree of Ontario. Description. Height: feet ( meters). Eastern White Pine E~stern white pine (Pinus strobis) is a five-needled pine native to southeastern Canada, the Lake States and northeastern United States south along the Appalachian mountains and plateau to a (Figure 2).

In recent years, plantings of eastern white pine for Christmas tree production have increased in response to. Red pine (Pinus resinosa): 80 feet tall by 40 feet wide, medium growth rate, upright form, full sun; the state tree of called Norway pine.

Tannenbaum Mugo pine (Pinus mugo var. uncinata 'Tannenbaum'): 12 feet tall by 6 feet wide, slow growth rate, compact pyramidal form, full sunNorway spruce (Picea abies): 80 feet tall by 30 feet wide, medium-to-fast growth rate, pyramidal form.Eastern white pine has a remarkable rate of growth compared to other pine and hardwood species within its native range.

Between the ages of 8 and 20 years, white pines have been known to grow around feet a year, at 20 years they can reach a height of 40 feet (1, 2). Eastern white pine will grow to be a very large tree so plan ahead before planting.Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa) Ponderosa pine is the state tree of Montana.

It is a very important tree for lumber. It grows from 50 to feet tall. The young trees are often called “black jack” or “bull pine,” and the older trees, “yellow pine.” Needles: Three File Size: 3MB.