As a pulpwood, white spruce is in demand wherever it is available.
It is light, weak and not durable, and is used for pulpwood, fruit-crates and berry boxes.
About three per cent of all the pulpwood cut in the United States in 1910 was from this species.
There is another class consisting of low-grade work, such as common lumber, pulpwood, and the like.
The lower grades go ...