white pine

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white pine

the dried inner bark of Pinus strobus, used as an ingredient in cough syrups.
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The Maori title, Te Rakau o te Uru Kahikatea, refers to PHNs being one of a grove of kahikatea trees.
Kahikatea, New Zealand's tallest, which can reach 65 metres; karamuramu, the toothache vine; and miro, whose berries were so beloved of pigeons that his ancestors built scaffolding around its trunk, hauling up water troughs and vine nooses to trap them.
We'll enjoy forests, waterfalls, glaciers, and unique coastal and alpine habitats as we dayhike the beautiful Kahikatea rainforest, World Heritage national parks, and golden sand beaches of the Tasman Sea.
Soil from an adjacent dairy pasture and indigenous Kahikatea forest (Table 1) was sampled to determine a suitable replication strategy and field sampling protocol.
An evaluation of errors in tree age estimates based on increment cores in Kahikatea (Dacrycarpus dacrydioides).
An example is that of the Waipa District Council which has made significant progress in protecting scenic corridors and local remnants of high conservation value, particularly kahikatea stands and peat lakes through a combination of planning controls, voluntary covenants and purchase by the Council of key landscape features.
Eugenie Sage said that at Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere 34 hectares of kahikatea forest would be restored by the Department of Conservation on sites adjacent to the lake.