Pine, Radiata

Pine
Pine, Radiata
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The pale coloured sapwood is commonly 75mm to 150mm wide, clearly distinct from the pinkish-brown heartwood. The growth rings, although mostly wide and distinct show rather less contrast between early-wood and late-wood than those of Scots or Corsican pine, consequently the texture is relatively uniform. The average weight of the...
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Sesendok
Sesendok
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The sapwood is not differentiated from the heartwood; the wood is bright yellow with a greenish tinge when freshly cut, turning to a straw colour on exposure. Planed surfaces are lustrous, and may show concentric markings due to occasional layers of darker tissue. The grain is spiral, interlocked, or wavy,...
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Pine
Pine, Ponderosa
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The wood varies considerably in colour; mature trees have a very thick, pale yellow sapwood, soft, non-resinous, uniform in texture, and similar to yellow pine (P. strobus). The heartwood is much darker, ranging from a deep yellow to a reddish-brown, and is considerably heavier than the sapwood. Resin ducts are...
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Cedar
Cedar, Central/South American
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The heartwood is pinkish to reddish-brown when freshly cut, becoming red or dark reddish-brown, occasionally with a purplish tinge, after exposure. The sapwood is whitish-grey or pinkish in colour. Generally speaking, cedar resembles the lighter grades of Honduras mahogany, but colour depends largely on the age and growth conditions of...
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