odessa steele wrote:if moneys not an issue visit an eskimo or athabascin handmade website, for obvious reasons they make the best all natural winter gear
A ground-penetrating radar (GPR) technique was used to study the three-dimensional distribution of root systems of large (DBH = 14 to 35 cm) oak trees (Quercus petraea (Mattusch.) Liebl.) in relatively dry, luvisoil on loamy deluvium and weathered granodiorite. Coarse root density was 6.5 m m−2 of stand area and 3.3 m m−3 of soil volume. Maximum rooting depth of the experimental oaks was 2 m, and the root ground plan was significantly larger (about 1.5 times) than the crown ground plan."
Gordon Haverland wrote:I hadn't thought about Siberian larch. And (so far, with no time spent) you seem to be the only known source of seed. :-) I will look to see what is around.
Someone mentioned some kind of tree being harvested near Ft.Nelson, BC that was useful for some purpose in building houses. The only thing that came to mind was the native tamarack.
Thanks for the info.