ponderosa pine

Definition

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  • Pinus ponderosa. A pine species found in a wide range that reaches from British Columbia to Mexico, and from the Pacific coast to the Dakotas. The wood is widely used in general construction, most often as boards, but is more valued for its uses in millwork and in cuttings for remanufacture. See also western white pine, western yellow pine.
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