Nebraska Forest Service

 

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Date of this Version

2005

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Issued by Nebraska Forest Service. Copyright 2005 University of Nebraska.

Abstract

White fir (Abies concolor) is a tree that has been planted in Nebraska for some time. It is becoming more popular as an alternative to some of the pines that are beginning to show long term problems. White fir is also called concolor fir using its Latin name. The Latin name, Abies concolor, means tall or rising tree with needles of one color.

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