2 edition of Manager"s handbook for balsam fir in the North Central States found in the catalog.
Manager"s handbook for balsam fir in the North Central States
William F Johnston
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station in St. Paul, Minn
Written in English
|Statement||William F. Johnston|
|Series||General technical report NC -- 111|
|Contributions||North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
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north of Michigan. Black spruce, tamarack, and balsam fir tend to be very straight. Spruce and fir retain newer needles year-round. Tamarack loses all of its needles late in the fall. Both spruce and fir have narrow, pointy crowns but fir tends to have more uniform density lower into the canopy. Tamarack is a lighter colored green. The Lake States, Central States, and Plains States are discussed separately because the timber types in each area are different, the flow of wood between the areas is nominal, and more detailed data on pulpwood produc-tion and receipts in the Central and Plains States might reveal the operations of indi-vidual mills. This is the 37th annual.
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MANAGER'S BOOK FOR BALSAM FIR IN THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES William on,l Principal Silviculturis~ GrandRapids, Minnesota DEFINITION OF lYPE Balsam fir2 is pure or comprises a majority ofthe stocking in the balsam fir type. The type is No. 5 of the Society ofAmerican Foresters forest cover types and one of six Lake States types that is combined.
Presents the resource manager with a key to the recommended practices for managing balsam fir stands, especially for timber. Discusses control of growth, establishment, composition, and damaging agents; also discusses managing for boughs and Christmas trees, wildlife habitat, esthetics, water.
Includes information on estimating yield and by: 9. Manager's handbook for balsam fir in the North Central States. [Saint Paul, Minn.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Manager's handbook for balsam fir in the north central states.
USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report NC North Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, MN. 27 p. Manager's handbook for balsam fir in the North Central States / William F.
: William F. Johnston. This is one of a series of manager's handbooks for important forest types in the north central States. The purpose ofthis series is to present the resource manager with the latest and best information available in handling these types.
Timber production is dealt with more than other forest values because it is usually a major management objective and. Balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.), found in northeastern North America, has the distribution pattern of a wide‐ranging common species, with a continuously inhabited central area and isolated populations on the periphery.
This pattern makes balsam fir ideal for population genetic studies on the effects of habitat fragmentation. Johnston, William F. Manager's handbook for balsam fir in the North Central States. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station.
27 p.  Kuchler, A. It is a major component of forest types with white spruce, balsam fir (Abies Manager's handbook for black spruce in the north central States. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report NC North Central Forest Experiment Station, St.
Paul, MN. 18 p. Balsam fir: its properties and utilization. () AH Bamboo in the United States: description, culture, and utilization. a handbook for scenery management. () AH Larval instars of the Douglas-fir tussock moth.
() The look of our land an airphoto atlas of the rural United States: North Central. () AH For more information on aspen management, see the following publications available from the North Central Forest Experiment Station, Folwell Avenue, St.
Paul, MN Manager's Handbook for Aspen in the North Central States, North Central Forest Experiment Station General Report NC, USDA Forest Service, Balsam fir. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Fir; Used for: Abies balsamea; Filed under: Balsam fir Direct seeding and planting of balsam fir in northern Wisconsin / ([Saint Paul, Minn.]: Lake States Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, ), by J. Stoeckeler, Darroll D. Skilling, and Minn.) Lake States Forest Experiment. Handbook of Mammals of the North-Central States | J.
Knox Jones, Elmer C. Birney | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. For example, laymen commonly refer to Balsam Poplar, Balsam Fir and a hybridized poplar as Balm-of-Gilead. To a traveler in a foreign country, local common names are even more troublesome.
Common names, however, can be quite satisfactory to the non-technical person, if an attempt is made to standardize them. species in the Lake States of the United States and Canada. These trees produce pulpwood, lumber for Manager’s Handbook for Jack Pine in the North Central States.
USDA For. Serv., Gen. Tech. Rep. NC North Central Forest McGraw Hill Book., New York; New York pp. Little, E.L. Atlas of United States Trees. Northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis) and balsam fir (Abies balsamea.) are co-occurring species in riparian forests of the western Great Lakes hout much of the region, northern white-cedar has been experiencing population declines due to herbivory by white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus).Preferential browse on northern white-cedar removes seedlings and.
Survival and growth of northern white-cedar and balsam fir seedlings in riparian management zones in northern Minnesota, USA balsam fir in the North Central States.
handbook for balsam fir. True Fir Abies balsamea, abies fraseri Common names: Balsam fir, Fraser Fir. Grown: Balsam fir in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Great Lakes states; Fraser fir in Appalachian regions of Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee.
Harvested: Same areas. Characteristics: Heartwood and sapwood generally indistinguishable; wood creamy white to pale. an erect central spike and bracts are shorter than scales, key feature to differentiate from Fraser fir.
Thin smooth bark, greyish, distinguished by soft blisters containing odiferous resin known as Canadian balsam (USA NRCSUchytil ). Range Balsam fir ranges across North America, from Newfoundland and Labrador though northern Quebec.
Supersedes Field reference handbook for Service foresters, NA-FR-2 Balsam fir Seeds, Balsam fir Lake States. U.S. Forest Service Eastern Region Hansen, Mark H; Solomakos, James A; United States. Forest Service. North Central Research Station. texts. eye favorite 0 comment 0.
Cover title Topics: Forests and forestry Indiana. Managers handbook for Gen. Tech. Rep. NC 18 p. JOHNSTON, W.F.! Effect of early stand density on black spruce growth m. north-central (balsam fir) crop trees were studied in a.ECOSYSTEMS: FRES10 White - red - jack pine FRES11 Spruce - fir FRES15 Oak - hickory FRES18 Maple - beech - birch FRES19 Aspen - birch STATES: CT DE IL IN IA KY ME MD MA MI MN MO NH NJ NY NC OH PA RI SC TN VT VA WV WI MB NB NS ON PE PQ BLM PHYSIOGRAPHIC REGIONS: NO-ENTRY KUCHLER PLANT ASSOCIATIONS: K Great Lakes pine forest Kand balsam fir.
Balsam fir also grows well on upland sites and in other forest types. Its Manager’s Handbook for Black Spruce in the North Central States, GTR Report NC USDA Forest Service. 3 Michigan DNR and DEQ.
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