Wood Products Value
The wood of white ash is economically important due to its strength,
hardness, weight, and shock resistance . It is second only to
hickory (Carya spp.) for use in the production of tool handles. Nearly
all wooden baseball bats are made from white ash . The wood is also
used in furniture, antique vehicle parts, railroad cars and ties, canoe
paddles, snowshoes , boats, doors, and cabinets .
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