Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Theodore, Mar 19, 2017.
That's it ! You're up .
Hey , don't forget your knife .
Sorry y’all. The green one.
You win. Also, Gill over the ground.
It’s dark and I am not going out, so if someone else has a photo to keep this going post away.
Might have to go back to the Buffet. I’ll get a picture of the bark tomorrrow.
It is either a white pine or red pine (I'm not really sure how to tell the difference...)
What about Virginia pine? My conifer skills don't really extend beyond loblolly, longleaf, and eastern red cedar. but those needles look a little twisty
I think it’s a loblolly but was really hoping someone could positively ID it for me. There are 4 on the farm and none anywhere else. Probably 60+ feet each.
Loblolly's needle clusters will look round almost like a ball, they definitely get big also. It's one of the dominant trees where I hunt and hike. I can't tell for sure from the picks though, bit the bark and cones look right.
I second the Loblolly. Grew up with them at my grandfather's property being grown for timber. Still think the pic @Delkancott posted before the Loblolly are Virginia pine, one of my forestry major buddies said it looked like it when i showed him the picture.