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A more intensive integrated research and development approach to the work carried out on the growth on sandy soils of stands of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) has been adopted in recent years, revealing several factors influencing stand growth. The fact that certain ecological factors...

Author(s)
Rédei, K.; Keserű, Z.; Rásó, J.
Publisher
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Forest Research Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Silva Balcanica, 2015, 16, 2, pp 47-52
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One of the consequences of the most valuable populations represents the strategy plan of genetically resources utilization for export. It is known that in Romania exist centres of extremely valuable genes, with remarkable growing performances in different sides from Europe. In this way has creating ...

Author(s)
Nicoleta, L. A.
Publisher
University of Oradea Publishing House, Oradea, Romania
Citation
Natural Resources and Sustainable Development, 2011, 1, pp 193-200
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High density central leader systems, the so called 'spindle trees' are spreading in intensive stone fruit orchards established for hand picking in Hungary. Results of Brunner (1972, 1990) and Zahn (1967, 1996) inspired the researchers to implement their theories into practice under the country's...

Author(s)
Hrotko, K.; Magyar, L.; Gyeviki, M.
Publisher
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Citation
Bulletin of University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca. Horticulture , 2008, 65, 1, pp 225-230
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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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