Box Elder (Acer negundo)
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The leaves are packed around apples, rootcrops etc to help preserve them[18, 20].
A fairly wind-tolerant tree, it can be used in mixed plantings as a part of shelterbelt plantings.
Wood – soft, weak, light, close grained. It weighs 27lb per cubic foot. Of little commercial value, it is used for boxes, cheap furniture, pulp, fuel etc[46, 61, 82, 149, 229]. Large trunk burls or knots have been used to make drums.
Cultivation & Habitat
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