2 edition of Planting trials of 10 Mexican pine species in Hawaii found in the catalog.
Planting trials of 10 Mexican pine species in Hawaii
Craig D. Whitesell
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station in Berkeley, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||Craig D. Whitesell.|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research paper PSW ; 103, USDA Forest Service research paper PSW -- 103.|
|Contributions||Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Berkeley, Calif.).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
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Get this from a library. Planting trials of 10 Mexican pine species in Hawaii. [Craig D Whitesell]. Pinus ayacahuite, also called ayacahuite pine and Mexican white pine, (family Pinaceae) is a species of pine native to the mountains of southern Mexico and western Central America, in the Sierra Madre del Sur and the eastern end of the Eje Volcánico Transversal, between 14° and 21°N latitude in the Mexican states of Guerrero, Oaxaca, Puebla, Veracruz and Chiapas, and in Guatemala, El Clade: Tracheophytes.
This handbook provides an illustrated reference for identifying the common trees in the forests of Hawaii. The species described and illustrated by line drawings comprise 60 native species (including 53 that are endemic), 85 species introduced after the arrival of. Other Common Names: Patula Pine, Mexican Weeping Pine.
Description Foliage: Slender, gracefully hanging needles Height: Grows to 50 feet Spread: 25 feet. This species is slender, gracefully hanging needles are 12 inches long making this a rather striking tree.
Grass-green needles, cones to 4 1/2 inches. Often multi-trunked. the species were sawn. This subtropical Pine has been used in many forest plantations on all the islands of Hawaii except Oahu.
Planted at ft ( m) at Kulani Honor Camp south-west of Hilo, Hawaii, ft has done quite poorly because of frequent defoliation from volcanic sulfur fumes. Near Waikii, Hawaii, ft is doing well except for occasional. in Hawaii. Occasionally, Mexican cypress has been planted in the Forest Reserves.
These plantings total only trees for the entire State. The Division of Forestry in planted 62 trees on Kapapa Island off Oahu and trees at Kahuku also on Oahu. Another planting site was Waihou Spring Forest Reserve on Maui.
This species is.  "Native Hawaiian Medicine--Volume III" by The Rev. Kaluna M. Kaʻaiakamanu, page  "Resource Units in Hawaiian Culture" by Donald D. Kilolani Mitchell, pages,  "In Gardens of Hawaii" by Marie C.
Neal, pages "Lāʻau Hawaiʻi: Traditional Hawaiian Uses of Plants" by Isabella Aiona Abbott, pa Mangroves as alien species: the case of Hawaii JAMES A. ALLEN U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry, Punchbowl St., Rm.Honolulu, HI U. email: [email protected] net Abstract. Prior to the early s, there were no mangroves in the Hawaiian Archipelago.
In ,Cited by: of species-speciﬁc data on survival and growth responses to local environmental variation. This study explores the differential performance of 14 wet tropical early- mid- or late-successional tree species that were grown in two aban-doned pastures with contrasting land-use histories.
After 18 months, seedling survival and growth of at least 7 ofCited by: Lesson Planting A Native Hawaiian Garden. It is important that the students actually landscape an area on the school campus using the native Hawaiian plants and planting strategies they learned about in class.
This will allow them to experience restoring native plants and make the learning experience worthwhile, relevant and meaningful. of cords per acre in the 10' X 10' spacing and cords per acre at the 8' X 8' planting.
Measurements on an. irrigated month-old com mercial planting of E. x trabutii with a very close spacing of 3' X 5' ( trees per acre) gave an estimated yield of cords per acre. The high density of this planting contributed to extremelyCited by: 3. Botanical Sciences 92 (2):ECOLOGY GERMINATION OF STORED SEEDS OF FOUR TREE SPECIES FROM THE TROPICAL DRY FOREST OF MORELOS, MEXICO MARTHA CERVANTES1, ELIANE CECCON2 AND CONSUELO BONFIL3,4 1Consultora igadora jubilada del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agrícolas y.
The Host Trees of the Endemic Cerambycidae in Hawaii BY O. SWEZEY (Presented at the meeting of May 7, ) At the present time there are known82 species and 4 varieties of endemic Cerambycidae in the Hawaiian Islands. Theyare dis tributed in the following genera: Plagithmysus, 49 species and 2.
The Torrey pine, Pinus torreyana, is a rare pine species in the United is an endangered species growing only in the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, coastal northern San Diego county, and on Santa Rosa Island.
This species is endemic to the coastal sage Clade: Tracheophytes. SPECIES INFORMATION: Tree or shrub up to 6 m tall. Flowers unisexual, usually 6‐ merous, corolla white, apex acute in bud. DISTRIBUTION: North Ko‘olau Mountains, O‘ahu.
ABUNDANCE: Three plants have been observed in the Ko‘olau Mountains. The germination of stored seeds of these three species during six months at room temperature and in refrigeration (5 °C) did not differ significantly and was from 30 to 60% in B.
bicolor, B. [email protected] 1 Department of Plant and Environmental Protection Sciences, University of Hawai‘i at Ma¯noa, Maile Way, GilmoreHonolulu, HIUSA J Insect Conserv DOI /sy Author's personal copy. A to Z list of tree species native to California (by scientific names) Welcome to the California A-Z native species list.
We have listed them by scientific name because it is a constant and does not vary region to region or person to person. Planting tree seedlings is a common strategy to facilitate tropical forest recovery, but it is resource intensive. Planting trees in small patches or "island" as a restoration strategy (Zahawi and.
This page contains links to the searchable full text of the book entitled Common Forest Trees of Hawaii (Native and Introduced) ( Elbert L. Little, Jr., and Roger G.
Skolmen. USDA Forest Service, Agriculture Handbook No. Washington, DC. pp.). The entire book as a single PDF file (17 Mb) is now available online. Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L) was planted at four square spacings (, and m) on the Island of Maui inand measured periodically for 34 ns of stand growth and development were examined and compared with yield model estimates of stand characteristics of plantations of the same initial spacings, ages, and site index in the southeastern United by: Summary of Invasiveness Top of page.
P. patula is a medium-size tree (usually to 20 m tall) native to eastern is the most important pine species in southern and East Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania and Uganda) and is commercially planted in South America (Colombia, southern Brazil, Argentina) and, to a limited extent.85 Table characteristics of ﬁve native tree species plantations in central Veracruz, Mexico.
Sites 1, 2 and 3 are experimental plantations established in Sites 4 and 5 were planted in andrespectively, by les are altitude, plantation area and slope.