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Pecky rot in incense-cedar

James M Cahill

Pecky rot in incense-cedar

evaluation of five scaling methods

by James M Cahill

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cedar -- United States,
  • Trees -- Diseases and pests -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames M. Cahill, W.Y. Pong, and D.L. Weyermann
    SeriesResearch note PNW-RN -- 457
    ContributionsPong, W. Y, Weyermann, D. L, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p. :
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14842520M

    Incense-cedar is used principally for lumber and fence posts. Nearly all the high-grade lumber is used for pencils and venetian blinds; some is used for chests and toys. Much incense-cedar wood is more or less pecky; that is, it con-tains pockets or areas of disintegrated wood caused by ad-vanced stages of localized decay in the living tree. Building Products Digest March facturers and product knowledge to see you through. Go the extra mile and develop internal expertise in LEED or other residential green building programs.

    Understanding Wood - Bruce Hoadley - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Bruce Hoadley - Understanding Wood/5(6). The rot pockets in both pecky cypress and white-Figure ). speck-infected lumber are often displayed decoratively, White rots consume both lignin and cellulose, leaving a mainly in wall boarding.5/5(18).

    = Cypress= (Taxodium distinchum) (Bald Cypress, Black, White, and Red Cypress, Pecky Cypress). Wood in its appearance, quality, and uses similar to white cedar. "Black" and "White Cypress" are heavy and light forms of the same species. Heartwood brownish; sapwood nearly white.1/5(1). George Hepting, Chief Plant Pathologist at the Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, was born in Brooklyn, New York, on September 1, He attended Cornell University and received a B.S. degree in forestry in and a Ph.D. in forest pathology in


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: Rot Resistance: Despite the commonness of pockets of fungal decay (sometimes referred to as “pecky cedar”), dried wood is rated as durable to very durable in regards to decay resistance, and the wood is sometimes used for fence posts on account of its good weathering characteristics.

Cypress wood and cedar wood are excellent choices for any building or woodworking project. When it comes to choosing the best wood, it can be a tough choice, as there are pros and very little cons to each. Both woods work well in home and building projects, and share weather-resistant qualities.

Cedar wood comes from several different trees known as cedars that grow in different parts of the world, and may have different uses. Atlantic white cedar, from Chamaecyparis thyoides, used for building, fences, and shingles.; California incense-cedar, from Calocedrus decurrens, is the primary type of wood used for making pencils; Taiwan incense-cedar, comes from Calocedrus formosana, an Conversion: Chainsaw mill, Hewing, Sawmill.

Log #13, Incense Cedar, 32’”-X Top Butt Bucked mid I used the USFS standard rule for Incense cedar and squared a 11” x 12” x 16 area (pecky rot) and a 1’ length cut (crook, sucker) out of the top (pecky rot) which culled the top.; out of the butt I squared a 4” x 5” x 16’. This log is.

1x6 t&g discount incense cedar siding product detail: 1x6 T&G (V4E) CEDAR-INCENSE SIDING, #3 (BL Grade Equivalent CUSTOMER SELECT), KD, UNFINISHED, S1S, Rough or Smooth Use (OM ) Buffalo Lumber offers a wide selection of quality products. Full text of "Paul Bunyan's Log Cabin Book" The results are shown in the photographs on the cover of this book and on page "Pecky" Incense Cedar, optionally specified for Paul Bunyan's Log Cabin siding, is a reddish cedar, marked by the pecky channels which result from a fungus, dur- ing the growth of the tree.

Metal eyelets have a. Incense cedar heartwood infected by the pocket rot fungus Polyporus amarus was subjected to microtensile testing and miscroscopical examination to determine effects of this fungus upon wood substance adjacent to advanced decay pockets.

Although springwood of the annual ring nearest the decay pocket in some samples had a slightly lower tensile strength than springwood from the Cited by: 6.

4/4” = 1” (inch) – It is a practice among lumbermen to express the thickness of cabinet grade lumber in quarters of an inch. Hence: 4/4”=1” and so on up to 16/4”=4”. Air-drying (AD) – Wood that has been dried naturally to have moisture content of about 18%. Not a complete drying process.

Lumber is piled in alternating layers separated by narrow sticks to permit air. see more details]) stands is due to the disease known as pocket dry rot, pin rot, or pecky cedar, caused by Polyporus amarus [ibid., vii, p.

So common is this defect that it is usual, in cruising, to cut estimates of over-mature stands from 30 to 50 per cent, on account of the by: 4. Fungi are responsible for almost all decay of wood.

So far as known, all decay is produced by living organisms, either fungi or bacteria. Some species attack living trees, sometimes killing them, or making them hollow, or in the case of pecky cypress and incense cedar filling the wood with galleries like those of boring insects.

The mechanical properties of wood considered in this book are: (1) Certain rot-producing fungi impart to wood characteristic colors which thus become criterions of weakness. Some species attack living trees, sometimes killing them, or making them hollow, or in the case of pecky cypress and incense cedar filling the wood with galleries.

The Mechanical Properties of Wood by Samuel J. Record Part 2 out of 4. Certain rot-producing or in the case of pecky cypress and incense cedar filling the wood with galleries like those of boring insects. A much larger variety work only in felled or dead wood, even after it.

The latter fungus is the same or is closely related to that which tunnels the trunk of incense cedar and produces pecky cypress. Gray pine has been cut to some extent for lumber, but its principal uses have been as fuel and mine timbers.

Pacific Northwest Region: Record of decision for the land and resource management plan final environmental impact statement: Ochoco National Forest, Crook, Grant, Harney, and Wheeler counties, Oregon, and Crooked River National Grassland, Jefferson County, Oregon / ([Portland, OR]: U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest. tissue between pecky areas remains unaffected in appearance and strength.

All further growth of the fungus causing peckiness ceases after the trees are felled. pecky--characterized by PECK.

pocket rot--decay which appears in the form of a hole, pocket, or area of soft rot, usually surrounded by apparently sound wood. water soak or stain--water. CHAPTER I THE SOURCE OP LUMBER Over one-fourth of our land million acres is in forests, and one of the most important uses of these forests is the production.

The rot pockets in both pecky cypress and whitespeck-infected lumber are often displayed decoratively, mainly in wall boarding.

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