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Christmas Tree Production

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CHRISTMAS TREE PRODUCTION IN MICHIGAN

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Michigan State University Extension Ag Experiment Station Special Reports - SR619201 07/28/98 CHRISTMAS TREE PRODUCTION IN MICHIGAN Melvin R. Koelling James B. Hart Larry Leefers Department of Forestry Michigan State University INTRODUCTION The production of plantation-grown Christmas trees is a significant agricultural industry in Michigan. Each year more than five million trees are harvested by Michigan growers. In addition to supplying Michigan markets, nearly three-fourths of the annual harvest is sold wholesale through brokers and retailers located outside the state. Michigan is recognized as a major supplier of Christmas trees, accounting for approximately 15 percent of the national supply. Michigan is a leading Christmas tree producing state for several reasons. The climate of the s Read More
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Growing Christmas Trees in Michigan

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Michigan State University Extension MSU Extension Forestry Bulletins - 11729200 01/03/01 Growing Christmas Trees in Michigan Melvin R. Koelling Professor, Department of Forestry and Executive Director,and Laurie J. Dornbush Michigan Christmas Tree Association For many years Michigan has been a leading state in the production of plantation grown Christmas trees. Each year some 6 million trees are harvested and sold throughout the state and much of the nation. In fact, nearly 18 percent of all Christmas trees harvested in the United States come from Michigan. There are many reasons why Christmas tree production is a large forest industry in Michigan. Favorable climatic factors, a broad mix of soil types and a semicentralized location all contribute to the production and marketing of several Read More
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California Christmas Tree Associaton

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MERRY CHRISTMAS! Welcome to the California Christmas Tree Association Home Page. We want to help you find everything you need for this year's holiday season. Real trees are a holiday tradition. Phone: (800) 454 - TREE FAX: (209) 669- 6668 Let us help you have an enjoyable and safe Christmas! WHAT IS TREE FRESH CERTIFICATION? To make sure that YOU get the freshest possible Christmas tree each year, the California Christmas Tree Association has started a new program which trained many of our members in the best scientific techniques of tree care. As part of their Code of Ethics, they promise to display their cut trees in water and to answer any of your questions about the care of your tree. Look for the Tree Fresh Certified "STAMP" of approval and you can rest assured you're gettin Read More
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Christmas Tree Production

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Welcome to the Christmas Tree Production page. We will be filling this page with information that is practical and sometimes anecdotal. Please check on our progress as we continue to post articles to this page. Click below for archived editions of the Alabama Christmas Tree Association Newsletters: Spring 1999 Summer 1999 Fall 1999 Spring 2000 Click here for Volume 2 of the ALABAMA PEST MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK 2002 . Read about traditional Christmas herbs and what you can do with them. Read about the history and tradition of Christmas trees in this country and the family operated industry that helped that tradition grow. HISTORY OF THE CHRISTMAS TREE Design a cold frame to accommodate 2,500 to 6,000 cuttings - a system for small nurseries or Christmas tree producers. COLD FRAME PROPAGATION BEN Read More
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Christmas Trees - Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farms

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Home Our Trees Choose-n-Cut Wreaths Related Products Company Info Acreage For Sale Buy A Tree Farm Contact Us N orthern Lights Christmas Tree Farms bring to our customers the finest Balsam and Canaan Fir Trees Nova Scotia has to offer. We hand pick the finest from hundreds of acres and thousands of trees! (A major advantage to our customers) We never mass-cut our trees, but supervise our production to custom fit each and every customer. Our multiple growing and shipping locations also benefit the customer. Bringing fresh product to you is very important, so we cut our trees as close to the shipping date as possible. Come visit our operation anytime, it is a pleasure to show you what we are very proud of Guaranteed Quality & Freshness! Export sales to the United States, Caribbean, Mexico an Read More
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Christree

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Common Christmas Tree Pests

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Welcome to the Insect Identification Laboratory at Virginia Tech Common Insect and Mite Pests of Christmas Trees found in Virginia and Nearby Areas Scouting calender for common Christmas Tree pests. A month by month listing on what to look for and when to treat. Important information for an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program. White Pine Scouting Calender Scots Pine Scouting Calender Fraser Fir Scouting Calender Spruce Scouting Calender Scouting guidelines and controls (biological, mechanical, cultural & chemical) for common Christmas tree pests. Individual pests are listed along with information on how to scout for and control them. Includes thresholds when known. White Pine Pests, Scouting & Control Scots Pine Pests, Scouting & Control Fraser Fir Pests, Scouting & Control Spruce Pes Read More
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FarmASyst, HomeASyst, CoastASyst

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FarmASyst HomeASyst CoastASyst If you drink water, it comes from a well or spring (groundwater sources) or a river or lake (surface water sources). Drinking water in North Carolina is generally safe, but it can become polluted if we are not careful and it's not just drinking water. All water sources need to be protected. Many of the things we do in our homes and on our farms can pollute our water and the environment. Poorly maintained or designed septic systems and stormwater runoff from our homes and animal waste systems can pollute surface and groundwater. Pesticides, fertilizers, fuels, and cleaning products can contaminate our water when they are not stored and handled properly. It is nearly impossible to get pollutants out of water once they get there. Expensive treatments, closures o Read More
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McCullough and Koelling: Christmas Tree Production

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Integrated Pest Management in Christmas Tree Production Deborah G. McCullough , Associate Professor Dept. of Entomology and Dept. of Forestry Michigan State University and Melvin R. Koelling , Professor Dept. of Forestry Michigan State University Apunte aqu? para versi?n en Espa?ol [ X ] Photograph: Good management practices can result in production of high-quality Christmas trees like this Fraser Fir grown in Michigan. INTRODUCTION What would Christmas be without a Christmas tree? Most people don't think about Christmas trees until November or December, when they go out to select that perfect tree for the family. However, Christmas tree production is a multi-million dollar industry that requires year-round management efforts. Christmas trees occupy a unique niche, incorporating aspects of Read More
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Ohio Christmas Tree Producers Manual, Bulletin 670-91

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Ohio Christmas Tree Producers Manual Bulletin 670 Authors James H. Brown Professor and Associate Chairman Forestry, OARDC William F. Cowen, Jr. Professor Emeritus The Ohio State University Randall B. Heiligmann State Extension Specialist, Forestry The Ohio State University Christmas tree production is an important industry in Ohio, and the potential for expansion of the industry is good. Ohio's large urban population, as well as its proximity to other heavily populated states, places it in a very advantageous position for the production and marketing of Christmas trees. In addition, much land in the state is well suited for growing Christmas trees, and in many instances their production can provide income from areas that might otherwise remain unproductive. Accurate information on the numb Read More
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Shady Pond Tree Farm's Home Page

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Welcome to Shady Pond Tree Farm, suppliers of exotic Christmas trees to Southeast Louisiana... Our Choose and Cut Farm covers 45 acres. So there's plenty to see. Take the time to load the various images, they are beautiful. We grow exotic Christmas trees from around the World. At present there are a dozen varieties that make our South Louisiana Farm their home. The origins and characteristics of these unique plants are particularly fascinating. Follow the links below for an interesting tour. And don't skip the Farm history section... you'll love it. About Shady Pond Tree Farm Member: National Christmas Tree Association & Southern Christmas Tree Association Farm History and Site Description The People of Shady Pond Simon...the Labrador Land Art at Shady Pond Map to Shady Pond Tree Farm Spec Read More
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The National Christmas Tree Association

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