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In 1984/85, 13 coniferous species were planted on Crown forest land throughout the province.

In 1997/98, more than 20 coniferous and deciduous species were planted.

Trees planted (’000 seedlings)a on Crown land from 84/85 to 97/98, by species


Species

84/85

85/86

86/87

87/88

88/89

89/90

90/91

91/92

92/93

93/94

94/95

95/96

96/97

97/98h


Alder, red or Sitka                  

16

       
Birch, paper              

35

47

 

15

16

5

5

Cedar, western red

2 244

2 385

4 589

8 515

5 535

5 505

7 722

8 963

7 261

8 509

12 046

10 391

10 397

9 584

Cedar, yellow (cypress)

186

57

117

377

41

221

359

793

628

997

1 252

1 475

2 078

1 960

Cottonwood, blackb              

100

1

108

211

148

84

59

Douglas-firc

15 840

13 800

13 291

23 585

22 286

19 907

20 030

12 782

10 489

13 761

13 330

13 388

14 017

12 728

Fir, subalpine  

10

   

72

1 007

981

1 225

846

1 806

1 498

2 596

2 525

5 022

Fir, amabilis

2 635

1 381

752

949

2 882

1 521

2 670

2 630

2 838

3 440

4 309

4 791

4 147

5 050

Fir, grand

503

468

148

406

214

357

322

861

288

150

161

129

122

100

Fir, noble                

39

7

12

33

40

15

Hardwoodsd                    

35

112

33

291

Hemlock, mountain

90

137

60

50

68

54

171

68

130

13

157

347

245

337

Hemlock, western

2 003

3 052

3 339

4 571

2 942

4 325

5 208

5 187

5 067

4 943

7 481

6 928

7 877

6 216

Larch, Siberian                      

24

49

56

Larch, westerne

845

339

1 341

795

975

1 376

1 274

2 275

1 899

2 628

2 746

3 230

3 883

3 976

Pine, lodgepolef

25 289

29 981

34 765

57 867

61 661

75 489

89 167

80 852

83 077

87 178

96 935

107 632

97 513

97 147

Pine, western white

9

33

128

452

312

394

467

222

153

414

328

194

220

422

Pine, yellow (ponderosa)

118

185

54

154

202

160

481

300

285

414

852

728

995

1 094

Spruce, Engelmann                    

781

22

8

172

Spruce, Engelmann and white

64 052

57 832

75 364

95 885

91 507

95 773

114 849

60 882

61 422

40 303

       
Spruce, Norway                    

10

 

11

 
Spruce, Sitka

2 144

2 082

3 259

2 164

6 625

2 486

1 896

2 753

1 108

1 073

1 462

2 329

1 581

1 758

Spruce, hybridg              

46 922

35 285

56 883

97 599

98 965

92 431

85 094

Spruce, white                    

7 410

3 918

189

1 898

Tamarack                    

13

     
Yew, western                    

1

     
Willow                

24

         
Other                  

3 856

925

2 406

30

 
TOTALS

115 958

111 742

137 207

195 770

195 322

208 575

245 597

226 850

210 887

226 499

249 569

259 801

238 480

232 984


  1. Basic and backlog planting; includes trees planted through all funding sources.
  2. Includes poplar in 1992/93.
  3. Includes coastal and interior Douglas-fir.
  4. Hardwoods include alder, trembling aspen, poplar and willow. In 1997/98, includes dogwood and birch.
  5. Includes tamarack and Siberian larch in 1993/94.
  6. Includes coastal and interior lodgepole pine, and jack pine in 1992/93 and 1993/94.
  7. Includes natural crosses between Sitka, Engelmann and white spruce.
  8. Ministry annual reporting is based on data as of March 31, 1998 taken from ministry information systems on January 26, 1999. Where data entry is incomplete or delayed, numbers reported may underestimate actual accomplishments.

Data source: MoF annual reports.


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