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Re: Hartwick Pines State Park, MI

Doug, Awesome photos and impressive heights man!! I especially liked the 160' + tall E. White Pine photo. That was really cool. I just lost my draft but I was commenting on how red pine grows better in northern Michigan than southern Michigan and it is very observable when planted with white pine. W...
by AccipiterGentilis
Sun Oct 16, 2016 2:02 pm
 
Forum: Michigan
Topic: Hartwick Pines State Park, MI
Comments: 14
Views: 1313

Re: Warwoman Road Update

How tall is the white pine (2nd tallest known) from the Chatooga river valley?

Dan
by AccipiterGentilis
Sun Jan 17, 2016 2:03 am
 
Forum: Georgia
Topic: Warwoman Road Update
Comments: 8
Views: 2456

Re: Eastern White Pine site in Newaygo County, MI

Here are a few photos of this white pine site in Newaygo county, Michigan.
by AccipiterGentilis
Sun Dec 20, 2015 10:31 pm
 
Forum: Tree Species, Families and Identification
Topic: Eastern White Pine site in Newaygo County, MI
Comments: 4
Views: 1076

Re: Black vs Red (vs White) Spruce

I am confused with that photo. The two small spruces up front are the white and black spruces? I find the two species to be quite confusing when young, at times, if it cannot be distinguished by habitat. The two tree species look substantially different as they mature and typically grow in different...
by AccipiterGentilis
Wed Dec 16, 2015 11:32 pm
 
Forum: Trees and Forests - General Discussion Forums
Topic: Black vs Red (vs White) Spruce
Comments: 12
Views: 5383

Re: Eastern White Pine Growth Rates and Research Opportuniti

Hi Gaines:

What do you know about tulip tree growth curves? I know that you had a great in-depth answer to eastern white pine growth rates, so I thought I would check. I have read that tulip trees are rapid growing and are one of our faster growing trees here in Michigan.

Dan
by AccipiterGentilis
Tue Dec 15, 2015 6:02 pm
 
Forum: Tree Species, Families and Identification
Topic: Eastern White Pine Growth Rates and Research Opportunities
Comments: 30
Views: 2645

Re: Upper Tallulah River, GA

Super report Jess. The height on the white pines is towering. The bitternut hickory is impressive as well. I've always found bitternut hickories to be one of the prettiest hardwoods in our state in the summer. This sounds like an amazing area to camp and hike around in.

Dan
by AccipiterGentilis
Sun Dec 13, 2015 1:46 am
 
Forum: Georgia
Topic: Upper Tallulah River, GA
Comments: 1
Views: 705

Re: Eastern White Pine Growth Rates and Research Opportuniti

One of my good friends from high school is an avid tree grower and does landscaping full time now. He planted white pine and red pine on his fathers property as a child, about 20 years ago. The white pine to red pine growth rate comparison here is extraordinary. The white pine are planted about 10 t...
by AccipiterGentilis
Sun Dec 13, 2015 1:13 am
 
Forum: Tree Species, Families and Identification
Topic: Eastern White Pine Growth Rates and Research Opportunities
Comments: 30
Views: 2645

Re: Eastern White Pine Growth Rates and Research Opportuniti

Gaines: Thanks for your detailed answer. I did not know that Norway Spruce has a "constant growth rate". It is truly interesting to me when these two tree species are planted side by side in cities and for windbreaks. I have a strong enjoyment for both of them, although I know that Norway ...
by AccipiterGentilis
Sat Dec 12, 2015 12:58 am
 
Forum: Tree Species, Families and Identification
Topic: Eastern White Pine Growth Rates and Research Opportunities
Comments: 30
Views: 2645

Re: Eastern White Pine Growth Rates and Research Opportuniti

Hi Gaines,

I am new to ENTS. I found this discussion very interesting indeed. In your plantations have you seen eastern white pine grow faster than Norway spruce on average? How does red pine factor in??


thanks,
Dan Morris
by AccipiterGentilis
Thu Dec 10, 2015 11:44 pm
 
Forum: Tree Species, Families and Identification
Topic: Eastern White Pine Growth Rates and Research Opportunities
Comments: 30
Views: 2645

Re: Eastern White Pine site in Newaygo County, MI

Thanks for your thoughts Bob. Excellent insight! I think it is a great site with a lot of potential for 150 foot plus trees in the long term. I am hopeful that Doug Bidlack andpr other NTS members will be able to check it out because it is simply a neat area, if not for the tall white pines. Located...
by AccipiterGentilis
Thu Dec 10, 2015 11:35 pm
 
Forum: Tree Species, Families and Identification
Topic: Eastern White Pine site in Newaygo County, MI
Comments: 4
Views: 1076
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