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Re: Nat GAs/ NTR/Difference - White &Yellow Pine
In Response To: Re: Nat GAs/ NTR/ Wayne ()

Pinus Strobus be de white pine

Pinus Palustris be de yellow pine

White pine lumber is lightweight, with a even grain texture. Its pale, light yellow color make it an attractive wood for building. White pines yield a strong, durable wood with little warping or swelling or splitting. Yellow pines, usually longleaf, shortleaf and loblolly, produce wood that is heavy and dense.


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