Rock Maple (Acer glabrum)
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The leaves are packed around apples, rootcrops etc to help preserve them[18, 20].
A fibre obtained from the inner bark is used for making mats, rope etc[99, 257].
The bark has been used to make spoons, paint containers etc.
Wood – tough, hard, heavy, close grained, pliable[82, 99]. It weighs 37lb per cubic foot. The wood can also be used as friction sticks. The green wood can be moulded. The wood is too small for commercial exploitation, though it makes a good fuel[99, 229]. It was often used by native North American Indian tribes for making small items such as snowshoes, drum hoops, bows and pegs.
Cultivation & Habitat
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