|Statement||Woodland Resource Services.|
|Contributions||Alberta. Forest Service., Canada. Forestry Canada., Canada-Alberta Forest Resource Development Agreement.|
|LC Classifications||SD568.A55 .W66 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 15, 8 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
Value-added opportunities for Alberta lodgepole pine solid wood products Woodland Resource Services Ltd., Year: Catalog ID: Available from: Northern Forestry Centre CFS Availability: Print (free), PDF (download). Lodgepole Pine. Pinus contorta – Lodgepole pine, an evergreen conifer tree, is the provincial tree of Alberta. The leaves are needle-like, paired and often twisted, and cm long. In the late spring, small male cones at the branch tips release pollen. Tudor er uLODGEPOLE PINE WOOD FIG. 1. Location of lodgepole pine study stands in the natural range of the species (shaded area) in Alberta. Numbers are average specific gravity (top number) and tracheid lengths of mature wood of ten sample trees from each by: 7. LODGEPOLE PINE SUPERIOR TREE SELECTION PROJECT General Information and Guidelines This package provides information, guidelines and standards for superior tree selection project planning. It is organized into four sections with tally sheets and forms added in the APPENDIX. * Section 1 General Information for Superior Tree Cruising.
The wood of the Lodgepole pine is white to yellowish brown, moderately light, soft and straight grained with uniform texture. Flat-sawn wood often shows a dimpled pattern. Makes excellent heavy general construction and heavy construction timber, after pressure . Lodgepole pine and quaking aspen mix $ - cord and a half $ - cord $ - half cord $75 - quarter Wood is located in priddis. Contact Jace at Lodgepole pine trees for sale. Couple hundred lodgepole pines trees to choose from ranging in . Lodgepole Pine is recommended for the following landscape applications; Vertical Accent; Windbreaks and Shelterbelts; Planting & Growing. Lodgepole Pine will grow to be about 39 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 10 feet. It has a low canopy with a typical clearance of 5 feet from the ground, and should not be planted underneath power lines. 1 truck load of non split pine $ $20 delivery up to $40 if farther outside of Edmonton $1 per km after 40kms away *have choice of 12” logs all the way up to 24” or a mixture Firewood pricing (PINE) 1 truck load $ split 2 truck loads $ split 3 truck loads $ split 4 truck loads $ split 5 truck loads $ split 6 truck loads $ split +$20 delivery on each load Free delivery on 3 or more loads Currently .
and overmature lodgepole pine in most areas of the central interior. Estimates indicate that the outbreak will not subside until most mature pine has been killed. This will likely result in significant wood supply shortfalls in the mid-term. A possible method to alleviate at least some of this mid-term shortage is to. added applications. Similarly, the coniferous timber products manufactured in Alberta are mainly low value-added, primary products such as bleached kraft pulp, dimension lumber, plywood, etc. Very little of the softwood lumber produced in Alberta is processed by the secondary industry into high value-added products. Key Products. Dimension Lumber (SPF), Softwood Plywood, Pulp. Key Statistics. Specific Gravity: Density (Dry, kg/m3): MOE (Dry, MPa): MOR (Dry, (MPa): Hardness (Side, N): Colour - Sapwood: Nearly white Colour - Heartwood: Pale silvery yellow to pale brownish white; wood is satiny or lustrous with indistinct heartwood Machining: Good Fastening: Satisfactory to Good. Lodgepole pine is the single most plentiful tree species in British Columbia. It grows throughout most of the Interior of the province from mid-elevation to subalpine sites. On average 24 metres in height and 20 cm in diameter, lodgepole pine is typically found in dense, even-aged stands formed as a result of forest fires. Lodgepole pine makes up % of the provincial growing stock.