It was a still spring morning; the world was green with young leaves; a little wind blew down from the pines
and lost itself willingly among the budding delights of the garden.
Despite the chilly weather, pine
needles display vibrant yellows, greens, oranges, and reds from fall to winter.
In this southeast corner of Virginia, an area known for its swamps, briny water, and access to the sea, Musselman is helping the state's last known stand of longleaf pine
make a comeback.
is one of the most important crop species and the most important commercial timber species in the United States.
A devastating invasion of pine
bark beetles--feasting on their favorite food, undeterred by inedible hardwoods--cropped up in 1999 and has encouraged hasty salvage clear-cutting, making the problem that much worse.
The independent variable is the one you change, or adjust on purpose: In Means's case, the forest conditions that surround frog-breeding ponds--which changed when a sand-pine
plantation replaced the native longleaf pine
Kids younger than 18 make up about half of Pine
Farm background and current enterprise: After college, Pine
was a marketing representative for a concrete company and an ag loan officer for Farm Credit Services.
trees are commonly divided into two main groups: white pines
, which are also known as the soft pines
, and yellow pines
In their new study, Northup and his colleagues examine the relationship between nitrogen release and polyphenols in the pine
needles littering the ground under the trees.
All of Pine
Tree's RNs and LPNs were IV-certified and had extensive experience with starting and maintaining central and peripheral lines.