Translation of ponderosa in Spanish:

ponderosa

pino ponderosa, n.

(ponderosa pine)

Pronunciation /ˌpɒndəˈrəʊzə//ˌpɒndəˈrəʊsə//ˌpɑndəˈroʊsə/

noun

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    pino ponderosa masculine
    pino amarillo masculine
    • Approximately one-third of the tract is timbered with ponderosa pine, lodgepole pine, and Douglas fir; the rest is Camas prairie.
    • The east side is dry ponderosa and lodgepole pine country.
    • But ponderosas aren't the only trees in the western woods, and different forests require different solutions.
    • A single seed was used for species with larger seeds (western white pine, ponderosa pine, loblolly pine, and Pacific silver fir).
    • The skyline is dotted with mountain ranges on whose slopes are dense forests of aspen, fir, spruce and ponderosas.
    • At first all we saw were woods dominated by ponderosa and sugar pines.
    • The eagles tend to roost in huge ponderosas in northeast-facing canyons among the hills that dot Wyoming's mile-high prairies.
    • But he was unhappy about planting only Douglas-fir or ponderosa pine on a site, replacing the natural mixed species with a monoculture.
    • When we're talking about disastrous forest fires in the West, usually we're talking about low-lying, dry forests of ponderosa pine and Douglas fir.
    • When a ponderosa pine on the hillside drops its needles every fall, Keskimaki leaves them in place as a winter mulch to protect plants from extreme cold, then removes them in the spring.
    • The majestic ponderosa pine occupies the transition zone between mountain valleys and the cooler, damper spruce/fir zone.
    • The distribution of tree species will change, and fire-resistant ponderosas will likely survive where Douglas firs and white pines may not.
    • In California, 94,000 Douglas-fir, ponderosa pine, and sugar pine will be planted an 350 acres of Tahoe National Forest near Nevada City.
    • He predicts 30 to 40 percent of the ponderosas and 80 percent of the piñons will fall victim to insects by next summer.
    • The Douglas-fir, ponderosa pine, and sugar pine planted in this area will help regenerate an ecosystem inhabited by wildlife, including bald eagles.
    • In ponderosa pine, lodgepole pine, and Sitka spruce, dimpling sometimes occurs as numerous small, conical indentations of the plane of the growth ring.
    • Among them were species like ponderosa and lodgepole pine, trees that proved so commercially valuable they contributed significantly to the building of the country.
    • There were hardwoods and ponderosas, as well as a dozen varieties of cactus, but no grasses or wildflowers.
    • Eventually, dwarf mistletoe plants steal enough water, minerals, and nutrients to kill the ponderosa and lodgepole pines, Douglas-firs, western larches, and western hemlocks they attack.
    • The northern Idaho ground squirrel lives in dry, rocky meadows surrounded by forests of ponderosa pine or Douglas fir.