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  Trees of Wisconsin: Pinus resinosa, red pine
Pinus resinosa can be recognized by the long pairs of fascicled needles and the reddish bark forming smooth plates.
Pinus resinosa is a large native tree of dry habitats.
Pinus nigra is a horticultural species most often planted in yards and does not escape from cultivation.
www.uwgb.edu /biodiversity/herbarium/gymnosperms/pinres01.htm   (147 words)

 Pinus nigra
nigra translates as "fl," referring to the inner bark color on mature trees.
Austrian Pine is a bold-textured and urban-tolerant (including Winter salt spray) Pine, having a broad-pyramidal growth habit with ascending branches and showy Spring candles, and often developing a flat-topped crown and ornamental bark with extreme age.
Pinus nigra is a bold-textured, long-needled, and dark green Pine tree that is ideal for Midwestern soils and climates, but is plagued by a combination of being overplanted and being very susceptible to the fungal infection known as Diplodia Tip Blight.
www.hcs.ohio-state.edu /hcs/TMI/Plantlist/pi_nigra.html   (684 words)

 Black pine (Pinus nigra Arn.) resources in Albania[35] (M.Dida[36], F. Ducci[37] and G. Zeneli2)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Due to the high interest in genetic resources of Black Pine (Pinus nigra) for Albania, the Forest Research Institute of Tirana is starting an assessment and conservation program on this species.
In general, there is little scientific evidence of the presence of subspecies other than the “pallasiana”, since the taxonomy of these subspecies is not clear and the geographic borders between them have not been clearly defined.
Note from the Editor: A number of provenance trials of Pinus nigra have been established around the world, but it has not be possible to find any that contain provenances from Albania (see e.g.
www.fao.org /DOCREP/004/Y2316E/y2316e0d.htm   (1582 words)

 Antimicrobial Activities of Several Parts of Pinus brutia and Pinus nigra
Table 1 depicts the antibacterial and antifungal activities of the chloroform, acetone, and methanol extracts of the bark, resin, and cone of Pinus brutia.
Table 2 shows the antimicrobial effects of several solvent-based extracts of leaves, cones, and barks of Pinus nigra, consisting of the most important parts of Turkey’s Forests, on various bacteria and fungi.
The antimicrobial activities of chloroform, acetone, and methanol extracts of leaves, cones and barks of Pinus nigra (Inhibition zone, mm).
www.geocities.com /mdigrak.geo/yayin42.html   (1370 words)

 Pinus nigra description
nigra occurs between trees from the eastern and western halves of its range, which differ strongly in foliage (1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 12) and genetic structure (11) and have been assigned to different subspecies.
nigra, with the western populations classified as subsp.
Subspecies nigra occupies the mountains of the northeastern Mediterranean region.
www.conifers.org /pi/pin/nigra.htm   (1113 words)

 Arrowhead's Grafted Conifers: Pinus alb. - Pinus pum.
Some consider this as just Pinus edulis, well known for its edible Pinyon Nut seeds; the species is generally considered on the tender side however it has survived here.
I have not seen the tree that these scions were taken from (Talon’s stock plant) but in general Pinus koraiensis 'Oculus Draconis' does not show strong variegation especially when young, conifer collectors still lust after it however, always hoping it will throw a strongly variegated shoot in the manner of Pinus densiflora 'Red OD Burke'.
Pinus cembroides monophylla if you prefer, this single needled aberration always begs the “What do we graft this on” question.
www.arrowheadalpines.com /grafted4.htm   (3817 words)

 vPlants - Pinus nigra
Similar Species: Pinus nigra is best identified by its pinkish gray bark, large resin-coated terminal buds, long, stiff needles in clusters of two (which won’t snap apart when bent), and yellowish brown, egg-shaped seed cones.
Habitat and Ecology: Pinus nigra normally occurs in mesic woods and upland dunes, but does not occur naturally in the Chicago Region.
The population at Illinois Beach State Park in Lake County, Illinois, was planted in the 1860's in an effort to stabilize the dunes.
www.vplants.org /pr/species/PINI.htm   (317 words)

 Trees of Wisconsin: Pinus nigra, Austrian Pine
It is included in the list of gymnosperms because it is a very common horticultural species in Wisconsin and because it (along with Picea pungens, Pseudotsuga menziesii and Taxus cuspidata) is a useful addition to the small list of native species of gymnosperms, for teaching purposes.
The needles of Pinus nigra are generally longer than 10 cm in fascicles of two.
nigra is darker and less likely to form the smooth plates of P.
www.uwgb.edu /biodiversity/herbarium/gymnosperms/pinnig01.htm   (159 words)

Pinus mugo 'Crackerjack' - A seedling selection of Pinus mugo var.
Pinus mugo 'Gnom' - This is a lovely compact little plant for the very small garden.
nigra by its vigour, open crown and light grey foliage.
www.conifers.co.nz /pinus/pinus_i_to_p.htm   (895 words)

 Kansas Forest Service - Austrian pine (Pinus nigra)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Pinus nigra, or Austrian pine (photo), is native to western Europe.
Introduced to this country in the mid-1800's, it has been planted extensively as an ornamental and conservation plant.
Pine seedlings may be injured or killed by rabbits and may be protected by rabbit protective tubes.
www.kansasforests.org /conservation/evergreens/austrianpine.shtml   (510 words)

 Pinus nigra: Austrian Pine : Brooks Tree Farm, Wholesale Seedlings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Pinus nigra: Austrian Pine : Brooks Tree Farm, Wholesale Seedlings
Pinus nigra : Austrian Pine (2 7/8" x 5 1/2" band pots, caliper 3/16"-1/4")
Pinus nigra : Austrian Pine (2 7/8" x 5 1/2" band pots, caliper 1/4"+)
brookstreefarm.com /shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=45   (73 words)

Pine refers to coniferous trees of the Genus Pinus in the Family Pinaceae.
There are about 115 species of Pinus, although different authors accept anything between about 105 to 125 species.
Monterey Pine (Pinus radiata) and other common pine species are often grown commercially as a source of wood pulp for papermaking.
www.backyardagora.com /glossary/pine.htm   (405 words)

 Treecare > Conifers > Pinus nigra - "Austrian Pine"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Treecare > Conifers > Pinus nigra - "Austrian Pine"
Excellent for both inland and maritime situations and tolerant of most soils, including chalk.
Pinus nigra has proved to be a more satisfactory landscape tree than Corsican Pine.
www.treecare.ie /treeworld/nigra.htm   (71 words)

 Pinus nigra subsp. salzmannii description
Its type, an illustration cited by Aiton under his Pinus sylvestris var.
maritima, proved to be Pinus halepensis, so this name cannot be used for the Corsican pine (1).
nigra J.F. Arnold (q.v), the thick-leaved eastern subspecies, is covered separately; see that page for general discussion of the species.
www.biologie.uni-hamburg.de /b-online/earle/pi/pin/salzmannii.htm   (516 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Found in pure stands or with oaks, chestnuts and beeches.
nigra is found in Austria, NE and C Italy, Yugoslavia and Greece on poor or shallow soil, often calcareous.
nigra in side strip, some time in late eighties - now doing well, 3.65 m on 1998.10.07 and very bushy.
www.pennine.demon.co.uk /Arboretum/Pini.htm   (394 words)

 PLANTS Profile for Pinus nigra (Austrian pine) | USDA PLANTS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
PLANTS Profile for Pinus nigra (Austrian pine)
Pinus nigra Arnold occures in the following states: Illinois, Massachusetts, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania
View 9 genera in Pinaceae, 75 species in Pinus or click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles.
plants.usda.gov /java/profile?symbol=PINI   (173 words)

 Pinus Nigra Pine Essential Oil - Use Pine Oil to disinfect the air
Pinus Nigra Pine Essential Oil - Use Pine Oil to disinfect the air
Buy High Quality, 100% Pure (Pinus Nigra) Pine Essential Oil at Discount Prices - Pinus Nigra Essential Pine oil used in a diffuser will disinfect the air, creating a fresh and healthy atmosphere.
Pine oil (pinus nigra) is also an antiviral, balsamic, diuretic,and rubefacient (cause redness of the skin).
www.100pureessentialoils.com /site/1562898/page/712621   (613 words)

 Pinus nigra subsp. laricio 'Globosa Viridis'
Needles at the shoot ends are light green.
This plant was originally purchased by the Missouri Botanical Garden as Pinus sylvestris ‘Globosa Viridis’.
Problems: Click for detailed list of pests and problems.
www.mobot.org /gardeninghelp/plantfinder/Plant.asp?code=L770   (129 words)

 Pinus nigra - Black Pine - Garden plants and flowers ( Photos , informations )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Pinus nigra - Black Pine - Garden plants and flowers (Photos, informations)
Cold hardiness : Zone 5 for Pinus nigra ssp.
nigra, less for those who come from mediterranean areas (zone 8)
www.plantes-ornementales.com /english/p-nigra.html   (71 words)

 Pinus nigra habit: UIPLANTS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Unless you are willing to apply annual preventative fungicides, this species should not be planted in large numbers.
Although much less sensitive than Pinus sylvestris, this species is also susceptible to pine wilt nematode.
Usage: The uniform habit and dark green winter color has led to this species being most often used as a specimen or screening plant.
woodyplants.nres.uiuc.edu /plant/pinni80   (224 words)

 Pinus nigra, Austrian Pine, : The Bonsai Photo Guide
Pinus nigra, Austrian Pine, : The Bonsai Photo Guide
The photographs in this guide are indexed in several different ways.
The author can accept no responsibility for errors or omissions of any kind.
www.bonsainl.nl /BPG/BS_A0162.HTM   (66 words)

 Pinus nigra, Oregon State Univ., LANDSCAPE PLANTS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Prefers moist soil with good drainage, but adaptable.
Hardy to USDA Zone 4 Pinus nigra has a very discontinuous range, it is found in southern Europe (from the Pyrenees Peninsula to Sicily, Greece and Bulgaria), northwest Africa (Algeria and Morocco) and Asia Minor.
A number of selections are offered, including forms that are
oregonstate.edu /dept/ldplants/pini.htm   (141 words)

 Pinus nigra : Austrian pine
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Combined with the dark green needles, the dense habit makes for an outstanding specimen tree.
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hortiplex.gardenweb.com /plants/p1/gw1030925.html   (48 words)

 Tree Selector - Tree Detail - Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra)
Tree Selector - Tree Detail - Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra)
Zimmerman pine moth, Diplodia (Sphaeropsis) tip blight, pine wilt nematode
Black Gum, Sour Gum, Black Tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica)
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu /treeselector/index_tree.cfm?id=81   (56 words)

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