2016-10-22T11:03:37ZGetting to know your favorite Christmas tree is simple and enjoyable. Here are some great tips, tricks and facts for real Christmas tree lovers.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZForest succession was first accurately described in the literature by Henry David Thoreau in 1860. Foresters have embraced the new science of forest ecology and succession to manage forests and manipulate stands of trees.
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2016-10-22T11:03:37ZPyrescence and the ecology of forest fire-prone lands have influenced all species of flora and fauna that live near fire. Serotiny of some seed plants evolved to use the heat of fire to trigger seed fall and is a major factor in tree regeneration where fire is common.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZWith some work and persistence you can sell your pine needles. Find out how your pine plantation can profit from the sale of pine straw.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZLearn more about why diameter breast height is one of the most common measurements of a tree and how it's used.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZProper tree harvesting is associated with one of these specific methods. The perfect harvest always ensures adequate regeneration for a future forest.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZOvercup Oak, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZThe weekend after Thanksgiving is when most Christmas tree buying occurs. You should consider shopping for and buying a Christmas tree earlier.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZTips on identifying green ash, how to care for green ash and special information for using Fraxinus pennsylvanica in the landscape.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZUnited States forests are very diverse and are region specific. Here are classifications of all forest types by forest region.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZQuercus virginiana, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZHow to Manage and ID Japanese Maple
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZUnderstanding forest ecology is necessary before a forest ecosystem can be defined accurately. Forest ecosystems are hard to describe even when using modern tools and concepts.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZA royal paulownia tree guide and review on the economics of planting, growing and marketing the empress princess tree.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZLaurel Oak, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZForest insects are alive, well and can be seen in autumn. Here are five of the most common insect pests found in forests in North America in the Fall.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZSlippery Elm , A Top 100 Common Tree in North America
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZThis electric chainsaw does not have the power of a gas-fueled saw but this Husky 536 LiXP is one of the best battery chainsaws on the market.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZAsh twig and fruit from winter tree shown together. Page 3.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZNorthern Red Oak, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZHoney Locust Leaves in Fall Color. Page 38.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZScarlet oak is a favorite red oak and planted in many landscapes. The oak grows fast and stays healthy in their natural range.
2016-10-22T11:03:37ZPost Oak, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America