Posts tagged ‘forest type’

Minnesota’s tamarack forest type

A brief overview of Minnesota’s tamarack forest type: products and uses, growing conditions, regeneration, silviculture, and pests.

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Minnesota’s oak-hickory forest type

A brief overview of Minnesota’s oak forest type: products & uses, growing conditions, regeneration, silviculture, and pests.

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Minnesota’s forest types: index and links

An index to brief overviews of Minnesota’s forest types: Aspen-birch, Black spruce, Black walnut, Bottomland hardwoods, Eastern white pine, Jack pine, Northern hardwoods, Oak-hickory, Northern white-cedar, Red (Norway) pine, and Spruce-fir.
Tamarack

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Minnesota’s bottomland hardwoods forest type

A brief overview of Minnesota’s bottomland hardwoods cover type: products & uses, growing conditions, regeneration, silviculture, and pests.

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Minnesota’s spruce-fir forest type

A brief overview of Minnesota’s spruce-fir cover type: products & uses, growing conditions, regeneration, silviculture, and pests.

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Minnesota’s northern hardwoods forest type

A brief overview of Minnesota’s northern hardwoods cover type: products & uses, growing conditions, regeneration, silviculture, and pests.

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Minnesota’s black walnut forest type

A brief overview of Minnesota’s black walnut cover type: products & uses, growing conditions, regeneration, silviculture, and pests.

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