White Oak Bark – Quercus alba

Current Demand = Normal
Demand: Poor – Normal – Good

Parts Used: Tree Bark
Current Market Price = $ varies/lb.

White Oak Bark - Quercus alba

Biggest tree in the USA

White Oak Bark - Quercus alba White Oak Bark - Quercus alba White Oak Bark - Quercus alba

Family: Fagaceae

Common Names: white oak, common oak, english oak, stone oak, tanner’s bark, tanner’s oak…

Growing Region: The middle and eastern United States from Minnesota south to East Texas, east to Georgia, north to Maine then west back to Minnesota.

Parts used: tree bark

The bark is thick and should be dried out of direct sunlight for 10-14 days until brittle.

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