How much does a cord of Douglas fir weigh?
Cord Volume=4'X4'X8'=128 cu. ft.
Mountain Douglas Fir density=27.84 lbs./cu. ft.
The Latin name for the Douglas Fir is Pseudotsuga . There are a number of varieties that carry the name of Douglas. P.mensiesii is the Oregon Douglas Fir. P. macrocarpa is the Large-coned Douglas Fir. P. japonica is the Japanese Douglas Fir. P.caesia is the Fraser River Douglas Fir and P. glauca is the Blue Douglas Fir. Take your pick. Pseudotsuga means false hemlock.
There are at least five different trees classed as Douglas Firs. Pseudotsuga menziesii the Oregon Douglas Fir. P.macrocarpa the Large Coned Douglas Fir. P.japonica the Japanese Douglas Fir. P. caesia the Fraser River Douglas Fir and P. glauca the Blue Douglas Fir none of them are true firs the difference being that the cones are pendulous and drop intact. Pseudotsuga means pseudo , false, tsuga , hemlock.
David Sandberg has written: 'Duff reduction by prescribed underburning in Douglas-fir' -- subject(s): Prescribed burning, Forest litter, Douglas fir 'Predictions of fire behavior and resistance to control for use with photo series for the Douglas-fir--hemlock type and the coastal Douglas-fir--hardwood type' -- subject(s): Forest fires, Prevention and control, Douglas fir, Mountain hemlock
Carol Randall has written: 'Douglas-fir beetle hazard rating system using the Oracle database and the Forest Service IBM platform' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Douglas fir beetle, Diseases and pests 'Douglas-fir tussock moth biological evaluation, Palouse Ranger District, Clearwater National Forest-2000' -- subject(s): Biological control, Douglas-fir tussock moth
Herbert Elmer Owen has written: 'Racial variation in seedling development of Douglas fir, Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Seedlings 'Certain factors affecting establishment of the Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga taxifolia (Lamb.) Britt.) seedlings' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Seedlings
Torolf R. Torgersen has written: 'Identification of parasites of the Douglas-fir tussock moth, based on adults, cocoons, and puparia' -- subject(s): Identification, Parasitic insects, Douglas-fir tussock moth, Parasites 'Douglas-fir tussock moth handbook' -- subject(s): Control, Douglas-fir tussock moth
Donald L. Copes has written: 'Rooting Sitka spruce from southeast Alaska' -- subject(s): Sitka spruce 'Effect of graft type on 6-month scion survival of field grown Douglas-fir grafts' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Grafting 'Influence of cambial contact length on graft survival and leader elongation in Douglas-fir' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Grafting 'Effects of leader topping and branch pruning on efficiency of Douglas-fir cone harvesting with a tree shaker' -- subject(s): Seeds, Conifers, Douglas fir, Pruning…
Peng Li has written: 'Genetic variation in phenology of bud and cambial activity in coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii (Mirb.) Franco)' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Growth, Phenology 'Range-wide patterns of allozyme variation in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco)' -- subject(s): Genetics, Douglas fir
William H. Emmingham has written: 'Managing woodlots in the coastal fog belt' -- subject(s): Management, Woodlots, Forests and forestry 'Thinning systems for western Oregon Douglas-fir stands' -- subject(s): Thinning, Douglas fir 'Physiological responses of four Douglas-fir populations in three contrasting field environments' -- subject(s): Douglas fir
Charles J. Chambers has written: 'Predicting DBH from stump DIB and stump height for second growth Douglas fir' -- subject(s): Douglas fir 'The tariff system, revisions and additions' -- subject(s): Forests and forestry, Measurement 'Comprehensive log scale tree-volume tarif tables for Douglas fir' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Forests and forestry, Measurement
Malcolm M. Furniss has written: 'Comparative attraction of Douglas-fir beetles to frontalin and tree volatiles' -- subject(s): Douglas fir beetle 'Insects affecting important native shrubs of the Northwestern United States' -- subject(s): Diseases and pests, Host plants, Insect pests, Shrubs 'Douglas-fir beetle' -- subject(s): Douglas fir beetle