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Solid eastern red cedar with no knots--you just can't get this stuff anymore.
Some tree species, such as the American chestnut, black locust, most cedars, and eastern red cedar (a juniper) are naturally rot resistant, but their sapwood (particularly white cedar) may rot.
But I'm puzzled by the statement that Eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana) "kills insects, birds, and even mammals.
The Eastern red cedar, because of its tendency to take over seemingly abandoned land (such as pastures and land cleared for agricultural use), was often thought to be little more than an inconvenience.
There are forest stands consisting of poplar, oak, white pine, eastern red cedar, and a variety of shrubs.
Washington, Feb 23 (ANI): A University of Missouri researcher has found an antibiotic in the Eastern Red Cedar tree that is effective against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)-a 'superbug' that is resistant to most medications.
Select Post Offices also are offering Evergreens note cards featuring artwork from the 44-cent Evergreens Forever stamps, depicting the foliage and cones of four different conifers: ponderosa pine, eastern red cedar, blue spruce and balsam fir.
While eastern red cedar and post oak were the most abundant tree species in this forest, many of the eastern red cedars were small ([approximately equal to] 1 cm dbh) and contributed significantly less to the total basal area of the forest (Table 2).