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Identify the Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
American sycamore is a massive tree and can attain the largest trunk diameter of any of the Eastern U.S. hardwoods. The native sycamore has a grand branch ...
How to Identify Common American Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
A walk-through description and guide to identifying sycamore or Platanus occidentalis. Find out more about the tree's habit, range, silviculture and management.
Description and Identification of Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
Habitat: America's largest broadleaf tree. It is a fast-growing and long-lived tree of lowlands and old fields. Description: Sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) is a ...
Consider Planting Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
I've picked ten of the best trees you can plant in your yard. Consider planting American sycamore.
The Natural Range of Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
Sycamore grows in all States east of the Great Plains except Minnesota. Its native range extends from southwestern Maine west to New York, extreme southern ...
Insects and Diseases of Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
Pest (insects and diseases) that attack sycamore and and things you can do to prevent them.
Sycamore - Not Just a Planetree - Forestry - About.com
A short but in-depth biography on the sycamore tree or planetree.
Collecting and Preparing a Sycamore Seed for Planting - Forestry
Collecting and preparing a sycamore to grow from seed is relatively easy but needs to be done correctly. This resource shows you how to prepare and properly ...
The Silviculture and Management of Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
"Sycamore is best suited for soils which are moist and do not dry out. Dry soil can lead to short life for this wet-site-tolerant tree. Sycamore has been cursed by ...
How to Manage and Identify American Sycamore
Sycamore is a massive tree reaching 75 to 90 feet in height, has a rapid growth rate, and tolerates wet and compacted soil. The white bark peels off in patches ...
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