Pin Oak (Quercus Palustris Muenchh.). McQuilkin, R. A. In Burns, R. M. & Honkala, B. H., editors, Silvics of North America. Vol 2: Hardwoods, of Agriculture Handbook 654, pages 1366–1377. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Washington, DC., 1990.
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Pin oak (Quercus palustris), also called swamp oak, water oak, and swamp Spanish oak, is a fast-growing, moderately large tree found on bottom lands or moist uplands, often on poorly drained clay soils. Best development is in the Ohio Valley. The wood is hard and heavy and is used in general construction and for firewood. Pin oak transplants well and is tolerant of the many stresses of the urban environment, so has become a favored tree for streets and landscapes.
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  booktitle = {Silvics of {{North America}}. {{Vol}} 2: {{Hardwoods}}},
  author = {McQuilkin, Robert A.},
  editor = {Burns, Russell M. and Honkala, Barbara H.},
  year = {1990},
  pages = {1366--1377},
  publisher = {{U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service}},
  address = {{Washington, DC.}},
  abstract = {Pin oak (Quercus palustris), also called swamp oak, water oak, and swamp Spanish oak, is a fast-growing, moderately large tree found on bottom lands or moist uplands, often on poorly drained clay soils. Best development is in the Ohio Valley. The wood is hard and heavy and is used in general construction and for firewood. Pin oak transplants well and is tolerant of the many stresses of the urban environment, so has become a favored tree for streets and landscapes.},
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  series = {Agriculture {{Handbook}} 654}
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