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  • Abundance of the Pine Woolly Aphid Pineus pini in Pinus

    Pine Woolly Aphid in Pinus patula in Tanzania 119 al. 1976, Mailu et al. 1980, 1982b, Zwolinski 1989,Zwolinski et al. 1989). In Tanzania, surveys at Sao Hill revealed that tree mortality and growth loss is associated with heavy attacks, especially in young stands grown at inferior sites (Mansy, pers.comm.).

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  • Eastern white pine - Monumental trees

    Locations 164 eastern white pines (Pinus strobus) in 14 different countries are registered here.List of eastern white pines (Pinus strobus) worldwideMap of eastern white pines (Pinus strobus) worldwideThe thickest, tallest, and oldest eastern white pines (Pinus strobus) worldwideThe elevation of the locations ranges from 6 cm to 991.13 m above sea level.

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  • Pines | Forestry | USU

    2021-3-1 · Pine bonsai trees can be categorized as one-flush or two-flush trees. The care requirements will differ slightly between the two, but in general, you can follow the same steps regardless of the species you select. Here are some of the best types of pine trees for bonsai use: Pinus …

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  • Bonsai Pine Trees (Pinus): Types, How to Grow and Care

    2016-5-16 · Pinus sibirica, Pinus koraiensis, Pinus pinea, Pinus gerardiana, Pinus monophylla, Pinus edulis are some of the pine trees from which pine nuts are harvested. These pine nuts are used for cooking and baking purposes. 3. Pine trees are rich in a resin called High-Terpene resin. The High-Terpene resin is distilled to get turpentine.

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  • Types of Pine Trees with Identification Guide, Chart

    2013-2-18 · Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus L.) holds the title of the tallest native conifer in the Northeast. Typically, it grows 75-100 ft tall and in extremely good sites, 150 ft is possible. Trunk diameter is usually between 2-4 ft. Eastern White Pine is a. long lived tree, reaching 200 years of …

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  • Abundance of the Pine Woolly Aphid Pineus pini in Pinus

    Pine Woolly Aphid in Pinus patula in Tanzania 119 al. 1976, Mailu et al. 1980, 1982b, Zwolinski 1989,Zwolinski et al. 1989). In Tanzania, surveys at Sao Hill revealed that tree mortality and growth loss is associated with heavy attacks, especially in young stands grown at inferior sites (Mansy, pers.comm.).

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  • Pinus patula (Mexican weeping pine)

    P. patula is a medium-size tree (usually to 20 m tall) native to eastern Mexico.It is the most important pine species in southern and East Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania and Uganda) and is commercially planted in South America (Colombia, southern Brazil, Argentina) and, to a limited extent, in Asia (Nepal and India).

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  • Caribbean pine Pinus caribaea - Forest Legality

    2021-6-16 · Pinus caribaea, commonly known as Caribbean pine, is a coniferous tree native to the Bahamas, Belize, Colombia, El Salvador, Cuba, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Turks and Caicos Islands, and Panama.It has been introduced in many tropical and sub-tropical countries and can be found in its introduced range both as a species growing in natural forests and as a plantation tree.

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  • Pinus taiwanensis Taiwan red pine | Conifer Species ...

    Pinus taiwanensis, as described in 1911 by Bunzō Hayata (1874–1934), in Journal of the College of Science, Imperial University of Tokyo vol. 30(1), is commonly known as Taiwan red pine; as well as 黄山松 (Taiwan song) in the Chinese language. The species name describes this conifer's place of origin, the island of Taiwan.

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  • Pineus pini : huji.ac.il

    2015-9-23 · Pineus pini (Macquart). Taxonomic placing: Insecta, Hemimetabola, Hemiptera, Sternorrhyncha, Aphidoidea, Adelgidae.. Common name: woolly pine aphid.. Geographical distribution: Almost cosmopolitan.. Host plants: Pines (Pinaceae).. Morphology: The body of the apterous female is red-brown, ovoid, about 1-2.5 mm long, covered by white wax threads. The legs and antennae are short.

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  • Mapping the Future Market Potential of Timber from

    2019-2-18 · Pine, Pinus patula, is the main species planted (67%), while Eucalyptus spp. and wattle (Acacia mearnsii) plantations cover 33% of the planted area. The Njombe region (Fig. 2) is relatively sparsely populated (TNBS 2013), with population growth at 0.8%, which is the lowest rate in the country. Migration from rural to urban areas is visible in ...

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  • Exotic aphid pest of conifers - FAO

    2021-2-9 · Odera, J.A., 1974. The incidence and host trees of the pine woolly aphid (Pineus pini (L.)) in East Africa. The Commonwealth Forestry Review, 53:128-136. Rwamputa, A.K., 1987. The effect of woolly aphid (Pineus pini) on quantity of Pinus patula. Timber Utilization Research Centre. REVIEW OF THE CYPRESS APHID IN TANZANIA. By

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  • Jeffrey pines (Pinus jeffreyi) in Europe

    松树3D模型。3ds, max, c4d, maya, blend, obj, fbx低聚,动画,操纵,游戏和VR选项。 × 购买越多,节省越多 获取此项目 当你捆绑购买它 与您的购物车中的项目。 加入购物车

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  • Site Specific Stem Volume Models for Pinus patula

    Girth = girth measured at 1.3 1.5 m Height = estimated height = one registered tree = two registered trees = more than two registered trees = photo available

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  • Mexican Weeping Pine (Pinus Patula) Saplings —

    Pinus Patula, commonly known as the Mexican weeping pine, is a conifer native to Mexico. It is also planted in Bolivia, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Hawaii. This tree is generally found at Medium to high altitudes, mostly from 1,800 m (5,900 ft) to 2,700 m (8,850 ft). The Mexican weeping pine is a large evergreen conifer that can reach 50 m ...

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  • Pine Tree (Pinus sylvestris) - kuripe.com

    2021-5-30 · Pinus sylvestris belongs to a family of evergreen coniferous trees that cover about 90 species growing in the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. This pine grows to a height of 30 meters or more in the northern forests of Europe and grows naturally from Western Europe to Siberia.

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  • THE INCIDENCE AND HOST TREES OF THE PINE WOOLLY

    from Australia on pine scions, about six years ago. Subsequent spread has since occurred in all directions from Muguga. Two isolated outbreaks have been reported from seed orchard plots in West Kilimanjaro and in the southern highlands of Sao Hill of Tanzania. Pineus pini has been reported on 39 species. Pinus massoniana Lamb., P. elliottii

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  • Pinus banksiana jack pine | Conifer Species |

    Pinus banksiana, described in 1803 by Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1761–1842), in a Description of the Genus Pinus, vol 1:7, is commonly known as jack pine or less commonly as gray, black, black jack, scrub, Prince's or Banksian pine, as well as pin gris in the French Canadian dialect of French. The epithet is named for the great British botanist and patron of the natural sciences, Sir Joseph ...

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  • Caribbean pine Pinus caribaea - Forest Legality

    2021-6-16 · Pinus caribaea, commonly known as Caribbean pine, is a coniferous tree native to the Bahamas, Belize, Colombia, El Salvador, Cuba, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Turks and Caicos Islands, and Panama.It has been introduced in many tropical and sub-tropical countries and can be found in its introduced range both as a species growing in natural forests and as a plantation tree.

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  • Pinus oocarpa (ocote pine) - CABI

    The tree is a medium to large pine, from 15 to about 37 m high. The stem normally reaches 50-70 cm and occasionally 90 cm in diameter. The lower branches are more horizontal while the top ones are more ascending, forming a thick, rounded crown. The bark is 2-4 cm thick and is a dark greyish brown colour when the tree is older and mature.

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  • Pinus caribaea Morelet - World Agroforestry

    2015-3-20 · Pinus caribaea Pinaceae Morelet Honduran yellow pine The map above shows countries where the species has been planted. It does neither suggest that the species can be planted in every ecological zone within that country, nor that the species can not be …

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  • Mapping the Future Market Potential of Timber from

    2019-2-18 · Pine, Pinus patula, is the main species planted (67%), while Eucalyptus spp. and wattle (Acacia mearnsii) plantations cover 33% of the planted area. The Njombe region (Fig. 2) is relatively sparsely populated (TNBS 2013), with population growth at 0.8%, which is the lowest rate in the country. Migration from rural to urban areas is visible in ...

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  • Growing Pine Trees - StartupBizHub

    If you want to grow pine trees, you have to make sure that you follow the right steps. A health pine tree is a result of proper planting. You have to meet the planting requirements and once you do, you can expect healthy trees that will mature in 35 years.

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  • Evaluation of simple competition indices for the ...

    Seven simple competition indices were evaluated for their ability to predict the 1983 volume increment of an 8-year-old jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) and trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) trees.A total of 298 subject trees (two subsets of 149 subject trees for each species) were sampled.

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  • Mexican Weeping Pine (Pinus Patula) Saplings —

    Pinus Patula, commonly known as the Mexican weeping pine, is a conifer native to Mexico. It is also planted in Bolivia, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Hawaii. This tree is generally found at Medium to high altitudes, mostly from 1,800 m (5,900 ft) to 2,700 m (8,850 ft). The Mexican weeping pine is a large evergreen conifer that can reach 50 m ...

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  • Pineus pini : huji.ac.il

    2015-9-23 · Pineus pini (Macquart). Taxonomic placing: Insecta, Hemimetabola, Hemiptera, Sternorrhyncha, Aphidoidea, Adelgidae.. Common name: woolly pine aphid.. Geographical distribution: Almost cosmopolitan.. Host plants: Pines (Pinaceae).. Morphology: The body of the apterous female is red-brown, ovoid, about 1-2.5 mm long, covered by white wax threads. The legs and antennae are short.

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  • Survival, Growth, Yield, Stem Form and Wood Basic

    2016-12-21 · tion forestry programme in Tanzania (NSHUBEMUKI et al., 1996b). The total area covered is some 80000 hectares. The main species planted are Pinus patula, P. caribaea, P. elliottii, Cupressus lusitanica, Tectona grandisand several Eucalyptus species. Pinus caribaeathe extensively planted pine …

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  • Pinus caribaea Morelet - World Agroforestry

    2015-3-20 · Pinus caribaea Pinaceae Morelet Honduran yellow pine The map above shows countries where the species has been planted. It does neither suggest that the species can be planted in every ecological zone within that country, nor that the species can not be …

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  • Growing Pine Trees - StartupBizHub

    If you want to grow pine trees, you have to make sure that you follow the right steps. A health pine tree is a result of proper planting. You have to meet the planting requirements and once you do, you can expect healthy trees that will mature in 35 years.

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  • Effects of spacing on yield and some wood properties

    1992-10-1 · A Pinus patula spacing experiment located at Rongai, northern Tanzania was assessed at the age of 19 years. The experiment was planted at square spacings of 1.13, 1.46, 1.88, 2.43 and 3.14 m. Other than pruning to 1.8–2.0 m at the age of 3 years and routine weeding, the experiment did not receive any other treatment.

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  • Impact of pine woolly aphid, Pineus pini (Macquart)

    Growing for a period of 24 weeks after being infested with pine woolly aphids, Pinus patula seedlings lost 12.2 and 14.1% diameter and height growth respectively, compared to uninfested seedlings. Reduction in dry weight biomass production amounted to 27.8% for the roots and 20.9% for the shoots and stems.

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  • 10 Oldest Trees in the World (Updated 2019)

    2 天前 · The Senator. The Senator was one of the oldest and biggest bald cypress trees in the world with an estimated age of 3,500 years. Prior to its demise, The Senator was 36 m tall (118 ft) with a circumference of 10.7 m (35 ft) – the tree was originally 50 m (165 ft) tall, but the top was damaged by a hurricane in 1925.

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  • Threatened Trees - Global Trees

    Threatened Trees. More than 10,000 tree species are threatened with extinction. Below we tell the story behind just a few of these species, showcasing why they are threatened and what values we stand to lose if we don’t find the means to save them.

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  • The Greatest Trees of the World - The Spruce

    2019-7-15 · Trees may be our most potent reminder of nature's power and beauty. For thousands of years, trees have inspired poets, scientists, warriors, and priests, and they remain a living symbol of the glory of the natural world and its importance in our lives. From the world's oldest tree to the tallest tree, here are some of the greatest trees on Earth.

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  • Pinus patula – both a solution and a problem in

    Pinus patula – both a solution and a problem in Tanzania. Planted Pinus patula in Makete district, Tanzania. Makete is one of six districts in Njombe region of Tanzania. Most of the district is located at high altitude – between 2 000 and 3 000 meters. The region includes the beautiful Livingstone and Kipengere mountain ranges which in the ...

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  • Survival, growth and wood density of Pinus kesiya and ...

    1996-10-31 · A study was carried out to evaluate the performance of ten Pinus kesiya and nine Pinus oocarpa provenances at Kihanga Arboretum in Sao Hill, Iringa, Tanzania. Periodic data were collected on survival, breast height diameter (DBH) and height. A final assessment was done at 19.8 years for P. kesiya and 16 years for P. oocarpa on all parameters and also basic density and stem form.

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  • Pine Tree (Pinus sylvestris) - kuripe.com

    2021-5-30 · Pinus sylvestris belongs to a family of evergreen coniferous trees that cover about 90 species growing in the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. This pine grows to a height of 30 meters or more in the northern forests of Europe and grows naturally from Western Europe to Siberia.

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  • Survival, Growth, Yield, Stem Form and Wood Basic

    2016-12-21 · tion forestry programme in Tanzania (NSHUBEMUKI et al., 1996b). The total area covered is some 80000 hectares. The main species planted are Pinus patula, P. caribaea, P. elliottii, Cupressus lusitanica, Tectona grandisand several Eucalyptus species. Pinus caribaeathe extensively planted pine …

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  • pinus | eBay

    50 Scots Pine Trees 20-25cm Tall,Native Evergreen, Pinus Sylvestris 2yr old. EUR 65.46. From United Kingdom. Buy it now. + EUR 3.27 postage. S F. S. Z X. po.

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  • Effects of spacing on yield and some wood properties

    1992-10-1 · A Pinus patula spacing experiment located at Rongai, northern Tanzania was assessed at the age of 19 years. The experiment was planted at square spacings of 1.13, 1.46, 1.88, 2.43 and 3.14 m. Other than pruning to 1.8–2.0 m at the age of 3 years and routine weeding, the experiment did not receive any other treatment.

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  • The canopy arthropods of old and mature pine Pinus ...

    2003-8-1 · We fogged 24 trees in two pine dominated forests in Norway with a synthetic pyrethroid in order to compare the canopy‐dwelling fauna of arthropods between costal (Kvam) and boreal (Sigdal) sites and between old (250–330 yr) and mature (60–120 yr) trees at Sigdal. Almost 30 000 specimens were assigned to 510 species; only 93 species were present at both sites.

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  • Where is the Oldest Tree in the World? - WorldAtlas

    2021-1-23 · The Great Basin bristlecone pine is a bristlecone pine species which is renowned for its longevity. Three of the oldest trees in the world are all Great Basin bristlecone pines. The Great Basin bristlecone pine is native to the western United States where it …

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  • 10 Oldest Trees in the World (Updated 2019)

    2 天前 · The Senator. The Senator was one of the oldest and biggest bald cypress trees in the world with an estimated age of 3,500 years. Prior to its demise, The Senator was 36 m tall (118 ft) with a circumference of 10.7 m (35 ft) – the tree was originally 50 m (165 ft) tall, but the top was damaged by a hurricane in 1925.

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  • Photos Document the Last Remaining Old-Growth

    2018-1-19 · Growing up in the pine belt of southern Mississippi, Chuck Hemard would explore the longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) forest adjacent to his neighborhood, but it wouldn’t be until 2010 that the ...

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