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Softwood Tree Identification and Silvics. To practice silviculture in Nova Scotia it is essential to recognize common trees. Once a tree is identified you can understand its rooting habit, windfirmness , associated species , favored growing sites and shade tolerance .

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To practice silviculture in Nova Scotia it is essential to recognize common trees.

  • Once a tree is identified you can understand its rooting habit, windfirmness, associated species, favored growing sites and shade tolerance.
  • With this information you can make an informed decision about the trees on your woodlot.
silvics and field identification characteristics of softwood trees in nova scotia
Silvicsand Field Identification Characteristics of Softwood Trees in Nova Scotia
  • The section includes a rough guide to help with identification. An average tree does not exist.
  • Trees we will be looking at or for are:
      • Silvics of Balsam Fir
      • Silvics of Black Spruce
      • Silvics of Eastern Hemlock
      • Silvics of Jack Pine
      • Silvics of Red Pine
      • Silvics of Red Spruce
      • Silvics of Tamarack
      • Silvics of White Pine
      • Silvics of White Spruce