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Hickory is a prolific nut producer in North America. Hickory is critical for healthy wildlife habitats and a favorite source of wood products.









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Butternut, A Common Tree in North America



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There are a many of preconceived notions about a tree's root system. Tree roots are sensitive but not super delicate and need some respect.



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The mapped locations of broad types of forest cover according to frequency of tree occurrence.






3 Ways a Tree Grows Large and Tall.

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Learn the basics of tree growth, including bark, root and bud growth, and why the overwhelming portion of all trees is made up of non-living tissue.



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Wood is a highly ordered arrangement of living, dying and dead cells. Here is a briefing on tree's cellular properties, how a tree cell grows and functions structurally.



10 Bad Things You Do To Trees

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The ten most harmful things you can do to a tree you are growing. Listed in order of the most common problems. First: Staking and mulching. Page 1 of 10.



These circumpolar junipers are the most common...

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Common juniper is a commonly hardy shrub that grows under certain conditions to tree size. It can also grow as a dwarf on dry, rocky mountain slopes.



The most common forest insect pests in North...

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An index of common harmful tree insects taken from the Forest Insect and Disease Leaflet (FIDL) Series, USDA Forest Service



Top Five Conifer Killing Insects

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top Five insects that kill or damage coniferous trees in great numbers.



Archaeopteris was considered the first real...

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The 350 million year-old archaeopteris was the first tree in earth's forests.



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Equipment Used to Cruise Timber

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Death of a tree species. A rare and American...

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The American chestnut has experienced near extinction in North America. Here is what is being done to restore the tree and some information on its future.



The catalpa tree is host to a great fishing bait.

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A catalpa tree is a beautiful tree, a wood product but is also a source of food for the fish-loving catalpa caterpillar.



The 5 Most Common Native Maples in North America

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Maples are an important American hardwood species. There are 12 maple species in North America and here are the 5 most commonly seen.



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I am going to scientifically show you how to kill your favorite tree in 10 easy steps. Steps arranged from cradle to grave.



Here are answered questions about beginning a...

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Entering and completing a forestry career can be one of the most rewarding things a person can do if you know what you are getting into, can accept hard entry level work and have a true love of forests and nature. Here are frequently asked questions I receive about becoming a forester in North America.



A Tree's Importance and Environmental Benefit

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Trees have importance and value beyond being a valuable crop. A tree's benefit includes sound abatement, oxygen production, shade and protection from soil erosion.



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Trees are everywhere and a tree is the most obvious and remarkable plant you will ever see when you venture outside. Start you tree experience here.






Needle cast on conifers looks bad but not...

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I have compiled the most common conifer tree diseases you might find in yard and forest. You can do a lot to prevent and control conifer tree disease including needle cast. Here is how.



Common North American Trees with Pinnate Leaves

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The common North American trees with pinnate leaves. Identity hickory, ash, walnut, black locust or pecan using this tree leaf key and attached tips.



This ash-leaved maple is loved on tree-growing...

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Boxelder is not a recommended tree to plant in your yard but has desirable unique qualities to keep in the landscape as a beautiful tree specimen.