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" Trees that are never barked are said to die at the age of 50 or 60 years. The bark is taken off for the first time when the tree is about fifteen years old ; it soon grows again, and may be rebarked three times, the bark improving every time till the... "
What May be Learned from a Tree - Page 49
by Harland Coultas - 1863 - 192 pages
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An encyclopædia of agriculture

John Claudius Loudon - 1825 - 1250 pages
...The cork-tree (Querrás nier, ßg. 102.) affords the most laluable products. The bark is taken oil' for the first time when the tree is about fifteen years old ; it soon grows again, and may be re -barked three times, the bark improving етегу tune till the tree attains the age of...
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An Encyclopædia of Agriculture: Comprising the Theory and Practice of the ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1826 - 1252 pages
...cork-tree (Quercus tuber, jig. 102.) affords the most valuable products. The bark is taken oif for tlie first time when the tree is about fifteen years old ; it soon grows again, and may be re-barked three times, the bark improving every time till the tree attains the age of thirty...
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

1829 - 682 pages
...to their continuation. Trees that are never barked are said to die at the age of 50 or 60 years. The bark is taken off for the first time when the tree...about fifteen years old; it soon grows again, and may be rebarked three times, the bark improving every time till the tree attains the age of thirty...
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An Encyclopædia of Agriculture: Comprising the Theory and Practice of the ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1831 - 1330 pages
...tracts like forests. The cork tree (Quércus Súber, ßg. 99.) affords the most valuable products. The bark is taken off for the first time when the tree...about fifteen years old ; it soon grows again, and may be rebarked three times, the bark improving every time, till the tree attains the age of thirty...
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The young botanists

Young botanist - 1847 - 130 pages
...France, and Italy. It bears acorns something like those you pick up under our oaks. The bark is cut off, for the first time, when the tree is about fifteen years old, but this cork is very loose and full of holes, and of little value. In eight or ten years the bark...
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What May be Learned from a Tree

Harland Coultas - 1863 - 222 pages
...taps, but not in corks, which being cut in the direction of the wood, the charring is taken ofl'in the rounding. The dead bark is taken off for the first...years old; it soon grows again, and the tree may be rebarkcd three times, the bark improving every time until the tree attains the age of thirty years....
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