This one is driving me nuts. I'm relatively new to the area, and was wondering how to distinguish an ironwood tree from a mesquite tree - any time of year. Thanks!
Arizona Posted about 1 month ago
I have several White Oak trees in my yard. I am looking to sell them. I talked to a friend that said a company came and purchased his red oak tree and his white oak trees, but he could not remember the name of the company. I read an article on this website about the pricing of trees. I have called local stores, however they did not have any information for me on the sale of the trees. I contacted DNR forestry and they said to try out of state timber mills or forestry companies. Any help would be appreciated.
My conifer trees are dying from pine beetle i believe.My question is that the lower trunk of tree is sprouting new limbs.Does that mean they are trying to come back?Because if i have this right the inside is dead and fall and spring the new outside ring is the only live part. Thank You.
Herkimer County New York forestry Posted 2 months ago
King County Washington Posted 2 months ago
We planted 6 and one does not look quit right please help to figure out. If it has a fungus or something we do not want the other trees to die. We are at around 800 feet in elevation. First picture is a healthy tree bright green new growth. Second two are suspect tree.
Skamania County Washington Posted 4 months ago
Several mature Douglas Firs in my neighbourhood (Central British Columbia) are weeping a distinctly Blue sap this spring? Never seen this before, we've had an odd late winter early spring as temperatures were +10C one and 2 weeks ago, now they are -10C (April 1)
Outside United States Posted 6 months ago
I would like to identify this tree on our property. I love it but have heard that it may have shallow roots and it is close to the house. It has hanging extensions off each branch.
Putnam County New York Posted 6 months ago
Chesterfield County South Carolina forestry Posted 8 months ago
We live on acreage with hundreds of Doug Fir trees and they all seem to be misting down pitch every day that constantly needs to be washed off of cars and skylights. It’s late November and I don’t ever remember this happening before in the fall. I’m hoping the trees are healthy. Is this a normal occurrence?
Placer County California forestry Posted 10 months ago
I have not received an answer to question 577083 of July 5, 2019, so i asked it again today, Nov 12,2019. That one is question number 606271. Please answer my question about which trees are the best for rapid carbon sequestration in the S Willamette Valley foothills?
Lane County Oregon Posted 10 months ago