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Pine Trees

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Pine trees are conifers. They are often grown commercially for timber. Pine trees have a long life span, sometimes up to 1,000 years old.
The deer were there first. We as humans moved in on there habitat. But enough of that, try going to a homegraden center and ask them for some kind of repellent or try moth balls around the base. You can always put human hair clippings around to keep them out but if they are really hungry, nothing …
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Tamarack or Larch This is true but the tamarack or Larch is not classified as a pine tree. Evergreen and pine tree's fall into the coniferous category while even though the larch/Tamarack looks like a coniferous type.....The larch/Tamaracl is actually a deciduous species. Deciduous meaning leave…
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in the forest
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Contrary to popular belief, burning Pine does not cause any more creosote buildup than hard wood. A "cool" fire with any wood is what causes creosote buildup. I burn about a 50-50 mix of hardwoods and pine. I check my chimney twice a year and I've never (I repeat never) had any creosote buildup in m…
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Answer 1 It depends on the size of the tree. Depending on size, thickness, age etc, your looking at 3+ tons.
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As early as 1650, the colony of Massachusetts Bay was a commercial success. But an inadequate supply of money put its future development in jeopardy. England was not inclined to send gold and silver coins to the colonies, for they were in short supply in the mother country. Taking matters into thei…
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the pine cone has 356 of hose things
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Either they are drying out, dying, have a disease/ bug problem, or just going through a cycle. We had some bushes at my house that did the same thing, but they dies D:
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Pine trees are gymnosperms and have varying numbers of cotyledons that can range anywhere from 2-24 depending on species, so they are classified as multicotyledonous.
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To clean pine sap from outdoor windows, you can apply some rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball to the affected area, wipe off the sap, and clean the area with water. If some sap remains on the window, then use commercial bug and tar remover according to package instructions. Once the sap is completely …
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they adapt to their environment by the way their branhes and leaves are shaped when it snows. most of the snow will fall through and not land on the brances and make them heavy.
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Pines manufacture a volatile compounds known as terpenes which have a characteristic smell. These are evaporated from the trees to produce both the pine aroma and the blue haze associated with pine or coniferous forests. Some insects and hops (for beer making) also produce these compounds. The scent…
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Well, there is no exsact
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Either your plant has a disease or the pines on the other tree are smothering your plant so that branch doesn't get enough sunlight and/or water and dies.
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House plants which are poisnous to budgies are : Primula, vomit nut tree ( strychnos vomica ), catharanthus, crown of thorns(euphorbia milii), dieffenbachia ( all variaties), yew ( taxus), hyacinth, periwinkle ( vinca minor ), nightshade ( the whole night shade family including petunia ), Screw palm…
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It would be hard to beat a tamarac. Also known as American larch, Tamarac, Hackmetack, Black larch. These are pines, but lose their needles for half the year.
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the pine tree was usually in Japanese theatre, it symbolized the kami- or nature spirit-whom the plays were being performed for. It also symbolized nature settings because the play was originally performed outdoors.
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Either Douglas Fir or Spruce.
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Maine This common nickname, Pine Tree State, for Maine is given because of the extensive pine forests that have covered the state. Maine possesses over 17 million acres of forests. The White Pine has played an important part in the history of Maine and has been afforded appropriate recognition. I…
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The weight of a pine is estimated by calculating the board footage of the tree. To do this it is necessary to have the length and circumference of the logs. To find the weight, one will need to multiply the diameter of the small end of the log by the length of the log. This is then multiplied by 0.3…
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Yes.
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A pine tree's height depends on it's site index.Pine trees average 40-60 ft tall, but large ones can get 80 ft tall, and possibly 100 ft tall.
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Yes there are seeds in their female cones
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It is actually the sap that is extracted from Pine trees then turned into turpentine.
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In the woods there grew a little pine tree, and its leaves were long, slender, green needles. It was very little, indeed, and although there were many other trees around it, it felt quite alone as there were no other pine trees near by.The little pine tree was proud of its fine, green needles when t…
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name is pinus
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pine trees change color .in the spring they change to olive and chocolate colors!love brittney johnson at moutain view middle school in new hampshire.
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all over Narnia
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There are no trees on Mount Everest due to the harsh weather conditions at altitude.
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In ground and in the ocean depths. Trees are mostly found in the Arbian Deserts of North America.
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100 ft tall
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I think that some varieties of pines (ie the Loblolly) were native to east Texas. Others may have been introduced, but by and large these seem to be native pines.
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So they can survive the winter better. If it were too big, then the snow would easily break the leaves. There is a small gloss on the needles, so water and snow falls right of the needle.
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yes, usually find dark brown sap that is crumbley and not sticky chew and spit until it turns into gumenjoy!
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About 150 feet tall.
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The pine bark beetle is a parasite. The pine beetle lays its eggs in the pine trees, and then when the babies are born, they eat the layers of the tree which stops the tree from growing.
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there are about 115 different species of Pine Tree. In the USA you will find, Spruce, Western White, Scotch, Red, Ponderosa, Pinyon, Mexican, Jack and Lace Bark
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Fir, spruce and larch.
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I believe they are found on an island accessed by relleka docks. you will get access to them if you have started the fremmenik isles quest. oh blablabla or u can just go to the mining place under lummy castle and they in the center of itYou can find the in yatizso and nietiznot along in the area th…
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In May? I want to know when it stops so I can park my car under the pine tree again! I think it lasts 4 weeks from mid May to mid June but I forget! I have lived in my home 4 years now, but this year its bad!!!
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bark beetles
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It is called the Pine Tree State because it has a LOT of pine trees.
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Very small amounts of muriatic acid are mixed with water to lower the pH balance of the water and make it suitable for water pine trees. It is important to be careful and test the pH balance of the water because too much muriatic acid will kill the trees.
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Squirrels, Eastern Chipmunks, Voles and mice eat pine needles and seeds. White-tailed deer, Eastern cottontails and beaver eat the bark. Several birds also eat pine seeds including the Pine Warbler, White-breasted Nuthatch and Black-capped Chickadee.
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A baby pine tree may have pine needles falling off of the tree because it is too dry. It may also have pine needles dropping because of the change of the season.
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You do not need to water a pine tree very often. These trees are very hardy and grew in the wild.
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They have no seeds. Sorry haha .No they actually do have seeds they are located on the upper surface of each scale on the ovulate cones
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If you want the pine tree to become fatter, you must cut about the top third of the central leader off. Otherwise, you can trim the ends of the branches to shape. Be sure to trim any branch that crosses another branch.
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the ones that are very old and grow along the cog railway route to the top of pike's peak.
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They are used for squirrel and chipmunks as food
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pine trees thrive in Florida
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send the wife on vacation;get a tree service to remove the old tree and plant a new one,good size.deny there was ever a big tree there.she'll think you have Alzheimer and go live elsewhere.Your new tree should last for ever..it was probably her presence that killed the old one
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A pine tree loses its bark for many different reasons, not all of them bad. Most of the time, it is simply a case of the tree outgrowing its bark, and shedding it to make way for the trunk to enlarge. Other reasons for a pine tree losing its bark include insect infestation, disease, or animals clawi…
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Plantae!Plantae is the kingdom of plants, like Animalia ect. You may mean genus/ family? Read this:Kingdom:PlantaeDivision:PinophytaClass:PinopsidaOrder:PinalesFamily:PinaceaeGenus:PinusL. It's from wikipedia :D
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Most pine trees now found in Australia are not native. However, there are several species of native pines, and these include: Bunya Pine Wollemi Pine Norfolk Island Pine Hoop Pine
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Some pine trees are native to New Zealand and some are not, such as the Kahikatea or white pine which is native to New Zealand. :)
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a maple tree is vascular and a pine tree is nonvasclar
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Of course they are! Pine treese are conifers which indicates that they are vascular or has tubes.
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My understanding is that the pines are Pinus ponderosa The Western Yellow Pine, along with Picea engelmannii and Picea pungens glauca, the Engalman and Colorado Blue spruces.
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The important thing to note here is that all trees have root systems that extend horizontally at the soil surface, shallow, and wide, spreading several times wider than the width of the canopy. Most of the roots are found within the top few inches of soil, rarely extending deeper than 12 inches. The…
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Yes, there are 8 types of native Japanese pine trees. The most common types on mainland Japan are Japanese Black Pine (Pinus thunbergii) and Japanese Red Pine (Pinus densiflora). The following pine trees are native to Japan: Pinus parvifloraPinus parviflora var. pentaphyllaPinus armandi var. amami…
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pinus monticola
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It is possible to keep the roots of some pine trees too wet. (They can drown.) And a lot of water on the bark isn't a good idea as it promotes rot and some other nasty things. In their natural settings, a lot of pine trees don't get that much "standing" water around them, nor do they get much water …
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They are wind-pollinated. The anthers will release the pollen when the conditions are right, (usually about 2pm West-USA time) when the day is at it's warmest and the air at it's driest. Pollen is not released when it rains as rain has a devastating affect on pollination - it simply wipes the pollen…
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The capital of Maine, colloquially known as the Pine Tree State, is Augusta.
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They are both plants. Both grow in North America. That's all I know, really.
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There are many different types of pine trees. The scientific name for pine is pinus. To find my full answer, ask the question: What is the scientific name for a pine tree? I hope that will help! the answer is pinus
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You will typically notice new growth on pine trees in the spring, as the branch tips will be a slightly different color than the rest of the tree. This is known as "candling." The tree trunk grows throughout the year, with alternating bands indicating seasonal variations.
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Some pine trees can tolerate extreme temperatures but they can be prone to plagues in areas with long hot summers. I've also observed that locations enduring hot summers and recording subfreezing or near freezing temperatures during winter for at least a few hours per year are likely to favor the su…
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They are both multicellular and are autotrophs, wich means they create their own food.
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There are about 115 different types of pine trees (155 scientific names), so I will only name a few:Austrian Pine- Pinus nigaEastern White Pine- Pinus strobusNorway Pine- Pinus resinosaPitch Pine- Pinus rigidaRed Pine- Pinus resinosaScotch Pine- Pinus sylvestriaScrub Pine (Virginia Pine)- Pinus virg…
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tall or short with needle's on the branches and also cone shaped Sam age 17
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The scientific name for the pine tree is the Pinus aphremphous The scientific name for a pine tree is Pinus followed by the species name. aphremphous is not a word found either in Horticulture or Arboriculture nor in any Latin/English (pues) Dictionary searched in Google so it seems to be a red h…
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well some have a face and others just have leaves
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I'm not positive of the life span of pine trees in general. Yellow pines must be harvested for lumber before they reach 50 years old.
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Trees have bark which protects them from mechanical damage from insects
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Pines, like any other coniferous and deciduous tree, go into dormancy during the winter, storing all their nutrients within their trunks and roots. They keep their leaves (called needles) during the winter, unlike deciduous trees, because they don't have as large a surface area as leaves do that wou…
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It grows in fall and spring in the woods.
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Coniferous plant
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pine trees?
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the pines are Pinus ponderosa The Western Yellow Pine, along with Picea engelmannii and Picea pungens glauca, the Engalman and Colorado Blue spruces.
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Maine is known as the "Pine Tree State"
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Pine trees, like all other plant life on earth, do not and cannot physically eat to live. Pine trees rely on a steady source of sunlight and water in order to thrive.pinetree's eat the air,spiders and lots more
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Most pine trees range from 50 to 150 feet in length, but there is one Ponderosa Pine in Oregon State that measures over 260 feet from base to top.
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A pine tree is a mixture simply because all elements are in the periodic table of elements and pine trees are made of more than one element or more accurately more than one compound.
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