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Investigation have been carried out in mature oak stands in Vidin and Bourgas State Forestries. The results show that when gypsy moth's density is up to 25-30 egg-pods per 100 trees, the little insectivorous birds are, when at increased densities, a main factor of regulating the pest's frequence....

Author(s)
Penev, D.; Ovcharov, D.
Publisher
Forest Research Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Proceedings of a jubilee symposium marking 125 years of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and 65 years of the Forest Research Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria, 22-23 September 1994, 1995, pp 153-159
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A study was conducted to investigate the succession of Carabidae on a reclamation of mechanically-damaged soils of open cast mines of REIK Kolubara, Serbia. Carabidae species were sampled in plots of larch (Larix europaea [L. decidua]), Weimouth pine (Pinus strobus), Austrian pine (Pinus nigra) and ...

Author(s)
Tabaković-Tosić, M.
Publisher
Forest Research Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Study, conservation and utilisation of forest resources. Proceedings of the Second Balkan Scientific Conference, Sofia, Bulgaria, 3-5 June 1996. Volume II, 1996, pp 109-112
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There are frequently extensive defoliations in Hungary - mainly in oak forests - caused by assemblage of geometrid moths. The dynamics of population and damages of most important winter (Operophtera brumata L., Erannis defoliaria Cl., Colotois pennaria Hübn., Agriopis aurantiaria Hübn.) and spring...

Author(s)
Leskó, K.; Szentkirályi, F.; Kádár, F.
Publisher
Erdészeti Tudományos Intézet (Forest Research Institute), Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Erdészeti Kutatások, 1998, 88, pp 319-333
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Cover for Indicators for sustained productive capacity of New Zealand and Australian plantation forests.

Australia and New Zealand are committed to the concept of sustainable forest management. Extensive portions of native forest in each country are managed primarily for conservation purposes. Substantial investment has been made in both countries to establish planted production forests, which...

Author(s)
Smith, C. T.; Gordon, A. D.; Payn, T. W.; Richardson, B.; Schoenholtz, S. H.; Skinner, M. F.; Snowdon, P.; West, G. G.
ISBN
2001 CABI Publishing (H ISBN 0851993923)
Type
Book chapter; Conference paper
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Neem Pesticide Experiment on winter cabbage pest was carried out at the Vegetable and Fruit Research and Development Center in Hlegu Township from 3 January to 21 February 2001. There were six treatments with three replication, using Randomized Complete Block (RCB) Design. Treatments involved three ...

Author(s)
Nilar Maung; Tin Aung
Publisher
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences, Yangon, Myanmar
Citation
Proceedings of the Annual Research Conference (Agricultural Science), Yangon, Myanmar, 4-6 May, 2001, 2001, pp 202-214
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Browsing of sown and planted tree seedlings by mammalian herbivores such as wallabies (Macropus rufogriseus), pademelons (Thylogale billardierii), possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) and rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) is currently a significant biotic risk faced by production forestry in Tasmania. Use ...

Author(s)
Walsh, A. M.; Wardlaw, T. J.
Publisher
Manaaki Whenua Press, Landcare Research, Lincoln, New Zealand
Citation
13th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 2-6 May 2005, 2005, pp 48-55
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This proceedings contains 25 papers dealing with the: estate of African mahogany (Khaya senegalensis) and opportunities for expansion; current seed sources and the plant supply and demand situation; status of genetic improvement; establishment silviculture, nutrition and stand management; pests,...

Author(s)
Bevege, D. I.; Nikles, D. G.; Dickinson, G.; Skelton, D. J.
Publisher
Private Forestry North Queensland, Kairi, Australia
Citation
Where to from here with R&D to underpin plantations of high-value timber species in the 'seasonally-dry' tropics of northern Australia? Proceedings of a workshop organised by Private Forestry North Queensland and Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Townsville, Australia, 9-11 May, 2006, 2006, pp unpaginated
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In May 2001, a tornado broke down about 20 000 m3 mature timber of Picea abies (L.) Karst. on an area of 62 ha in Bistrishko branishte biosphere reserve in Vitosha Mountain. The wind-fallen and broken trees caused favourable conditions for development of one of the most dangerous pests of Norway...

Author(s)
Georgiev, G.; Mirchev, P.; Tsankov, G.; Rossnev, B.; Petkov, P.
Publisher
Forest Research Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
FORMEC 2006. Proceedings of the 39th International Symposium on forestry mechanization, Sofia, Bulgaria, 24-28 September 2006, 2006, pp 218-220
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Codling moth is the most known pest of apple, pear and walnut. Because the weather conditions in the past ten years was favourable for development and spreading of this pest, the orchard producers in northeast part of Slovenia were confront with problems, when applied chemical control. In many...

Author(s)
Matis, G.; Mešl, M.; Miklavc, J.; Matko, B.
Publisher
Plant Protection Society of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Citation
Zbornik predavanj in referatov, 8. Slovenskega postvetovanja o varstvu Rastlin, Radenci, Slovenija, 6-7 Marec, 2007, 2007, pp 179-184
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Chilocorus infernalis (Mulsant) completed egg, larval, prepupal and pupal development in 7-8, 12-16, 1-3 and 7-10 days, respectively, on the San Jose scale, Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (Comstock) and required 27-37 (mean 32.8) days for adult formation with 64 per cent survival till adult stage at...

Author(s)
Gupta, P. R.; Inderjit Singh
Publisher
Society for Biocontrol Advancement, Bangalore, India
Citation
Journal of Biological Control, 2007, 21, Special, pp 119-124

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