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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 32 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 32
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Fort Bragg to  - Tan Oak peeling comes at the very busiest time of year. Being the busiest season it is most difficult to take care of the wood. A large concern like the Union Lumber Co. is hustling on big orders of Redwood & Ore. Pine. The sawing is all on special orders for California, Australia, Manila. The mill machinery and saws are all set for this special work on Redwood & Oregon Pine, and it would be both inconvenient and difficult to take care of Tan Oak and other small lots at this time. ::::::::: Sherwood, Aug 12, 1907.  - Redwood form of crown: observed through the whole forest this morning. A characteristic attitude of the branches is horizontal. All of them may be horizontal in the entire crown, or the lowest branches may be drooping or sweep downward, or all except the topmost may sweep downward. (Mr. Carey [?] finds "White Redwood" near the Sherwood. It is the result of disturbed nutrition and shade.) - Chinquapin, not infrequent in the forest from near Alpine to Sherwood, 1st class forest trees 1 1/2 to 2 feet in diameter at 1 foot from the ground. Close grained wood says a passenger
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