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Posted 9/23/2022 08:35 (#9857433 - in reply to #9856945)
Subject: RE: Windbreak machinery, what kind of trees.


E. CO, exactly half way between NE and OK
junk fun - 9/22/2022 09:40

Rocky mountain juniper sounds like a marketing name for an eastern red cedar? but it will work a lot better than a white cedar/arbor vitae. White cedar is a northern swamp tree, not the best for you, unless you keep the ground sprayed clean of weeds, mulched and watered. You could try a local spruce, or see if your DNR or state conservation sells windbreak packages?


They are two different trees, the juniper trees are denser and more hardy. The first picture is an Eastern Red Cedar and the second picture is a Rocky Mountain Juniper.



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