Harvesting and marketing noble fir boughs from Christmas tree plantations Public Deposited

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  • In the Pacific Northwest, noble fir trees are the primary source of boughs used in Christmas wreaths and other seasonal or floral decorations. Approximately 25 million pounds of boughs are harvested annually, with the bulk taken from natural high-elevation stands.
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