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Poplar Tree

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…large end, great stands of poplar trees entirely connected by common roots are really a single organism. A variety of influences place an upper limit to the size of organisms. One is the strength of biological materials. Sequoia redwood trees, some of which exceed 90 metres (300 feet), are apparently… (Source: www.britannica.com)

Sunlight – Poplar Trees prefer full sun, especially since this usually ensures plenty of room to grow and expand. (Source: www.thetreecenter.com)

Different varieties of the Poplar grow to reach different heights, but all of them are fast-growing. Expect between 3 and 5 feet of new growth a year. Fast growing trees typically have shorter lifespans, but several Poplar trees have been documented well over 200 years old. Depending on the species, Poplar’s range in height between 50 and 160 feet, with most falling between 50 and 80 feet tall. Other cultivars such as the Tulip Poplar grow to around the 70 foot range. (Source: www.thetreecenter.com)

Realistic illustration of a windbreak from a row of poplar trees with grass and space for text. Isolated on transparent background - vector Realistic illustration of a windbreak from a row of poplar trees with grass and space for text. Isolated on transparent background - vector poplar tree stock illustrations (Source: www.istockphoto.com)

In 2014, a resident went to the Jammu and Kashmir High Court seeking a ban on planting of female poplars, and the court ordered the state government to do so. In subsequent years, the court asked the government to also identify and fell female poplar trees across Kashmir. Thousands have been felled since 2014. (Source: www.thethirdpole.net)

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Early North American explorers were impressed with the size of the tulip poplars discovered in the New World and used the long, straight logs to build cabins. Samples of the species were sent to Europe for cultivation and today tulip poplar is one of the most popular American trees grown in France and England. (Source: www.uky.edu)

Tulip poplar has also been called canoe tree because Native Americans used it to make dugouts. The tulip poplar flower has a colorful base that guides bees to the flower's source of abundant nectar. The nectar, also popular with hummingbirds, is a source of gourmet honey. Hydrochlorate of tulipiferene, an alkaloid and heart stimulant, is made from the inner bark of tulip poplar roots. (Source: www.uky.edu)

www.apnikheti.com)G 48: Popular variety mostly grown in plains of Punjab, Haryana and UP. (Source:

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