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elm

(elm) any tree of the genus Ulmus ; Ulmus rubra is the slippery elm, the source of slippery elm bark.
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But results have been promising: The four Pioneer elm trees, now about three feet tall, may be the first woody plants grown using the protoplast method, according to the January AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH.
The ERI aims to help communities protect their stately old elm trees from Dutch elm disease.
This past spring Miller had morels popping up in a four-year-old elm tree plantation.
A single dead elm tree may also produce an excellent crop.
The wych elm tree near Allt y Benglog National Nature Reserve (NNR) at Rhydymain, Dolgellau, was the UK's only known host of Biatoridium monasteriense lichen.
LONDON, April 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Elm trees returned to Bolsover Street, London, W1, on Friday 1st April, for the first time in 150 years, as television presenter, Alan Titchmarsh, MBE, planted a tree to mark the arrival of 48 new trees to the street.
Farmers plant Siberian elm trees along roadsides, near their houses as windbreaks, and to line their fields.
There are few images that evoke New England's stately past better than the magnificent elm trees that used to grace so many of our cities and towns.
The experts also told us more than 10 million elm trees were destroyed because of disease since the 1960s.
In the 1960s and 70s, hundreds of millions of elms nationwide were lost to Dutch Elm disease, including more than 200,000 elm trees in the Twin Cities alone.
Flowering trees, perennials, decorative grasses and groundcovers will supplement the existing perimeter Elm trees and transform this space.
If you wish to try and contact wood elves, or ask for their help and blessings, Elm trees are believed to be a channel for communication with various nature spirits.