Mountain Maple (Acer spicatum)
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The leaves are packed around apples, rootcrops etc to help preserve them[18, 20].
The bark contains tannins, but the report does not say in what quantity.
The trees have an extensive root system that can be used to bind the soil. They are often grown on banks in order to prevent soil erosion.
The wood is close-grained, soft and light, weighing 33lb per cubic foot[82, 235].
Cultivation & Habitat
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