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white pine

the dried inner bark of Pinus strobus, used as an ingredient in cough syrups.
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Myles Schakler, Director of Diamond Sales for White Pine explains, "This selection service allows retailers and jewelry manufacturers to seamlessly fill their diamond needs at a fraction of their current costs.
White pine blister rust harms every type of white pine.
White pine blister rust comes from a combination of white pines and flowering plants -- called ribes -- like gooseberries and currants.
Also known as soft pine, northern pine and Weymouth pine, the white pine is most easily identified by its soft, bluish-green 2-5" long needles, which are set in bundles (called fascicles) of five.
We document, for the first time, consumption of seeds of southwestern white pine seeds in its southwestern United States range by black bears, apparently from cones excavated from larder hordes made by red squirrels.
NextEra Energy Resources LLC, the competitive energy subsidiary of NextEra Energy Inc (NYSE: NEE), has announced that one of its subsidiaries has completed the sale of all of its equity interests in White Pine Hydro Investments LLC.
24 December 2012 - The competitive energy unit of US electric and gas utility NextEra Energy Inc (NYSE:NEE) announced it had agreed to sell its interest in hydro generation assets owner White Pine Hydro Investments LLC to Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners LP (TSE:BEP.
Country: USASector: Hydropower, UtilitiesTarget: White Pine Hydro Investments LLC, FPL Energy Maine Hydro LLCBuyer: Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners LPVendor: NextEra Energy Resources LLC, NextEra Energy IncDeal size in USD: 760mType: DivestmentStatus: AgreedComment: The deal size refers to enterprise value.
Pruning treatments were tested for their effectiveness against white pine blister rust.
For the past four years, it's also been the site of an AMERICAN FORESTS' Global ReLeaf project that seeks to reforest 250 acres with red spruce and white pine to help maintain an unusual pocket of climate there.